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VLBI in the SKA Era

09:00 Mon 14 Feb to 23:00 Fri 18 Feb 2022



Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) is essential to enable high-impact radio astronomy science capability, including radio imaging at sub-arcsecond resolution, crucial astrometric measurements, and geodesy. Each of the two telescopes within the Square Kilometre Array (SKA1-LOW and SKA1-MID) is by itself relatively compact, but will collectively form the cores of a powerful new VLBI network that will be developed by leveraging existing engineering, networking, computational and scientific VLBI expertise.

This symposium will explore how we will transition to the SKA-VLBI era, including the development of pathfinder VLBI networks and new technologies; data distribution, reduction, and management approaches; and the emergence of compelling new science goals. The meeting will be held virtually from 14-18 February 2022.

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George Heald

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