The 10th European VLBI Network Symposium and EVN Users Meeting: VLBI and the new generation of radio arrays
October 14th: Presentations from the conference now available
September 7th: Revised schedule of talks for the EVN symposium is now available here
September 2nd: List of poster presentations.
September 2nd: The proceedings of the 10th EVN symposium will be published online in the Proceedings of Science
September 1st: Preliminary schedule of talks for the EVN symposium is now available here
September 1st: As is traditional there will be a football match held as part of the EVN symposium. This year the match will be held on the Wednesday afternoon prior to the conference dinner. We will be playing on a grassed pitch so make sure to bring your football boots!
August 2nd: (IMPORTANT HOTEL INFOMATION) The Days Inn Hotel is the prefered hotel for this conference and is co-located with the conference venue. If delegates request room reservations via the Days Inn's online booking system this hotel may appear as full. This is NOT the case. To reserve your rooms at the Days Inn Hotel please telephone or email them directly on +44-161-955-8400 or email@example.com, quoting the Conference booking code (10838 and JBCA, EVN Symposium Sept 2010) to get a reduced room rate.
August 1st:Our early-bird registration is now closed, as is submission of poster or talk abstracts. However, registration remains open to delegates who still wish to attend the meeting.
Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics and the University of Manchester, on behalf of the European VLBI Consortium, will host the 10th European VLBI Network Symposium and the EVN Users Meeting from September 20th - 24th, 2010, entitled "VLBI and the new generation of radio arrays". The Symposium will be held at the University of Manchester, UK.
At this conference the latest scientific results and technical developments from VLBI and e-VLBI results will be reported. The timing of this meeting coincides with the development of, and first results from a number of new and upgraded radio facilities around the globe, such as e-MERLIN, LOFAR, EVLA, ALMA, and the SKA pathfinders ASKAP and MeerKAT. This meeting will incorporate some of the first results from these new instruments, in addition to the unique scientific and technical contribution of VLBI in this new era of radio astronomy.
Planned science sessions will include: Life cycle of matter in stars and galaxies; AGN and cosmic star-formation; Extreme Astrophysics; Astrometry, Geodesy, space and planetary science; Techniques & developments.
VENUE: The conference will be held in the University of Manchester's conference venue, the Weston Building, which is situated in city centre of Manchester. Manchester itself is a vibrant city with ample attractions and amenities for all visitors. Accommodation for delegates has been reserved in the conference venue itself. Further information regarding this conference as well as specific details regarding the venue and accommodation will available shortly on the conference website and in subsequent announcements.
This meeting will also incorporate the EVN Users meeting and a trip to Jodrell Bank Observatory.
Our early-bird registration is now closed, as is submission of poster or talk abstracts. However, registration remains open to delegats who still wish to attend.
Registration fees and financial support
There is a registration fee which includes admission to all scientific sessions, coffee breaks and lunches during the meeting and conference material. From August 1st the registration fee will rise to 350 GBP. The associated conference dinner will cost an extra 30GBP. Upon completion of our online registration form, where talk/poster abstracts can be submitted, delegates are asked to follow the links to our secure online credit card payment site.
LOC Contact: evnsymp2010 [at] jb.man.ac.uk