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Bursts, Pulses and Flickering: Wide-field monitoring of the dynamic radio sky

18:00 Tue 12 Jun to 10:00 Sat 16 Jun 2007

Kerastari, Greece


This conference will cover all aspects of transient and rapidly variable radio phenomena, including theory of explosive events and particle acceleration, and observations of gamma ray bursts, microquasars, pulsars and RRATs, flare stars, exoplanets and scintillation. There will be extensive discussion of the coming new generation of wide-field radio observatories (e.g. ATA, LOFAR, SKA prototypes), and programs to monitor the radio sky to search for known, unknown (i.e. serendipity) and known unknown (e.g. SETI) phenomena.

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