- Abstract book is now available. See "PROGRAM" page. (21 May 2018)
- Informations on logistics are updated (7 May 2018)
- The program is updated (7 May 2018)
- All participants who chose "talk" and "talk or poster" were assigned to "talk" in the program.
- The presentation time is 20min (15min talk + 5min discussion).
- 16 Nov 2017: Web Page is Open. (16 Nov 2017)
- Deadline for early registration: Feb 28, 2018
- Deadline for oral and poster presentation: Mar 31, 2018
- Workshop: May 28-June 2, 2018
Cottage HIMUKA, Seagaia resort, Miyazaki, Japan
We will publish the proceedings of this meeting through Galaxies which becomes a special issue as an e-book. The information of the special issue is now available on this website.
The ACP charge is covered by SOC, although the information about payment is written in the information page.
*Contributions to the proceedings will be peer reviewed.
*Review articles, regular articles and conference reports are acceptable for the proceedings.
*The article has to be “more than 5 pages” and does not have a maximum page limit.
*The deadline of submission is 30th September.
We hope many articles will be submitted to this special issue. We plan to have a tutorial on how to write the proceedings during the discussion time after 21:00. This tutorial is intended for young researchers (students) but PD and senior staff are also welcome. If you would like to make an efficient use of time and to write your draft while at the conference, then please join us.
Faraday Tomography tutorial
The aim of the Faraday tomography tutorial is that the participants become able to understand the basic behaviors of the Faraday tomography technique and to apply the technique to the real data by their own hands. The tutorial consists of the lecture of basics of the technique and the practice using Python (plus Fortran90) codes that we provide.
Participants are requested to bring their own laptop PC and to install “Python 2.7 version of Anaconda” and gfortaran onto it by the beginning of the tutorial session.
Files can be downloaded from here .
The aim of the CASA/AIPS tutorial session is to introduce young beginners to the reduction of radio polarization data.
The session begins with a short introduction that includes the basic concepts of polarization observations and data reduction with AIPS, followed by the CASA tutorial, which has three stages:
(i) An overview of CASA and its capabilities.
(ii) Work through a tutorial to become familiar with the manual use of running tasks in CASA.
(iii) Work through the running of a basic automated Python script in CASA, on a small polarised dataset from the VLA archive.
Participants are requested to bring their own laptop PC and to install CASA onto it by the beginning of the tutorial session.
Overview of polarization and reduction with AIPS.
Overview of CASA and tutorial.