Radio Science day 2010
This Radio Science Day is a follow up of the Radio Science Splinter of the STCE annual meeting.
Sharing expertise, hardware or software between users of various radio experiments conducted on the plateau could be very useful.
In this view, we plan a half-day session during which everybody will be offered the possibility to present projects involving radio science.
The short presentation (10' max, 6-8 slides) should preferably emphasize the following points:
- what is your expertise,
- what are the scientific goals,
- which hardware and software do you use,
- which testing facilities do you have,
- what are your needs,
- other remarks.
These presentations will be followed by a round table with a focus on possible cooperations within the STCE (or the 3 institutes).|
If you are strongly involved in a Radio science project, this is your chance to give more visibility to your project and to communicate
with other radio scientists. All the people of the three institutes involved or with an interest in Radio Sciences are of course welcome.
- overview of the projects: see list here under
- Listing of present facilities/instruments
- Share facilities/expertise/instruments/data
- Possibility of collaboration in new future projects
De Keyser Johan
Le Maistre Sebastien
Van Hoolst Tim
Thursday Oct 14, 09:30-12:30, Meridian room at the ROB
|Please confirm your attendance before Tuesday evening October 12.If you will give a project contribution, confirm this before Thursday evening October 07.
You can subscribe by replying to
H. Lamy, C. Marqué, P. Vanlommel.
We hope to meet all the radio people and learn about the sciences circulating at the plateau!