ALMA Software Development Workshop, Oct 2011

by Dong-Chan Kim last modified Aug 24, 2011 by Lyndele von Schill

Dates:

Wednesday 12th - Friday 14th, October 2011

Location:

Auditorium
NRAO Headquarters
520 Edgemont Rd
Charlottesville, VA 22903

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Scope and Aims:

This meeting will discuss software development plans for ALMA and closely related telescopes. The aim of the workshop is to come up with a set of ideas for software applications that will enhance the science output from ALMA and consortia willing to submit these ideas to ALMA development (both for seed funding via NRAO and, ultimately, full funding via the ALMA board) and/or the NSF directly.

The meeting will be open, but shall remain as focused as possible. There will be relatively few talks (most invited) with longer question periods, and parallel sessions on the second day. Actual examples and demos should be given where possible.

To propose a presentation during the workshop, please contact Mark Lacy at mlacy at nrao.edu.

Topics:

Including, but not limited to:

  • Line forest analysis
  • Feature finding in large datacubes
  • Matching data to simulations
  • Visualization
  • Compressive Sensing

 

Scientific Organizing Committee:

  • Eric Feigelson (Penn State)
  • Alyssa Goodman (CfA)
  • Desika Narayanan (Arizona)
  • Brooks Pate (UVa)
  • David Pusquellic (NIST)
  • Eric Rosolowsky (UBC)
  • Crystal Brogan (NRAO)
  • Jeff Kern (NRAO)
  • Mark Lacy (NRAO)
  • Adam Leroy (NRAO)

 

Local Organizing Committee:

  • Mark Lacy (NRAO)
  • Lyndele von Schill (NRAO)