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6th of June 2015
International Pulsar Timing Array (IPTA) - 2015 meeting
by Matthew Kerr (CASS)
The annual meeting of the IPTA (International Pulsar Timing Array), hosted by the ATNF, will take place in the beautiful Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. The meeting will focus on the latest results and techniques for using millisecond pulsar timing to detect gravitational waves, probe solar system dynamics, and establish a celestial time-scale. A special, one-day workshop will bring together specialists in galaxy evolution and pulsar astronomy to explore the implications of new, stringent constraints on the gravitational wave background. A student workshop at the Parkes observatory will precede the meeting and offer students the increasingly rare opportunity to gain hands-on experience with a radio telescope.

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