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Millimetre Science With the Upgraded Australia Telescope

Wed 31 Oct 2001

ATNF Marsfield Lecture Theatre


As part of an award from the Australian Government through the Major National Research Facilities (MNRF) Program, announced in 1995, the Australia Telescope National Facility (ATNF) has been upgrading the AT Compact Array for high-frequency operation at wavelengths of 12 mm and 3.5 mm. This upgrade will create a Southern Hemisphere millimetre interferometer with sensitivity, resolution, and flexibility rivaling that of the largest Northern Hemisphere arrays. With the first stage of the upgrade -- creation of a prototype 3-element system -- now complete, we are organising this workshop to share ideas on how best to exploit the mm-wave capabilities of ATCA, both in the near term and once the upgrade is complete. We hope that this workshop will also foster the growth of an active mm-wave community in Australia.

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Tony Wong

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