The spring 2020 EPTA collaboration meeting
We are pleased to announce the spring 2020 European Pulsar Timing Array (EPTA) collaobration meeting will take place at Schloss Ringberg, on March 30 - April 1, 2020.
The EPTA is a multinational European collaboration of pulsar astronomers. The aim of the collaboration is to increase the precision and quality of pulsar science results by combining the efforts and resources of the various member insititutions and telescopes, to directly detect gravitational waves using pulsar timing.
The meeting goes from Monday morning to Wednesday lunch time, with arrival on Sunday (dinner provided) and departure after lunch on Wedneday.
There is a general description of the conference venue on this site: https://www.schloss-ringberg.de/convention-site/rooms
The main venue for discussions will be the lecture room, although there are breakout rooms available.
Information about fees can be found here: https://www.schloss-ringberg.de/convention-site/fees-and-schedule
Travel information can be found here: https://www.schloss-ringberg.de/convention-site/contact
Once we have a participant list, we will make a distribution of people for the available rooms. A layout of the rooms on-site can be found at: https://www.schloss-ringberg.de/accomodation/room-plan
Science Organising Committee (SOC):
Nicolas Caballero (PKU)
Golam Shaifullah (ASTRON)
Delphine Perrodin (OAC)
Siyuan Chen (CNRS)
Gregory Desvignes (PSL)
Local Organising Committee (LOC):
Michael Kramer (MPIfR)
Kuo Liu (MPIfR)
Robert Main (MPIfR)
Eleni Graikou (MPIfR)
Kira Kühn (MPIfR)
Mariya Halvadzhieva (MPIfR)
This event has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730562 [RadioNet]