EVLA Presentations

by Lori Appel last modified Apr 25, 2011 by Pat Murphy

EVLA Presentations

AAS 217th Meeting in Seattle, WA: 08-13 Jan 2011

Code Presentation Speaker Session
304.00C Early Science with the Expanded Very Large Array Rick Perley EVLA Early Science
304.00C EVLA Observations of the Largest TNOs Bryan J. Butler EVLA Early Science
304.04 Grain Growth and Sub-Structure in Protoplanetary Disks David J. Wilner EVLA Early Science
304.01 An EVLA Diagnostic K-Band Survey of Massive Young (Proto)stellar Objects Crystal L. Brogan EVLA Early Science
304.07 Radio Continuum Emission from Classical Novae: eNova Project Early Results (and Surprises!) Miriam Krauss EVLA Early Science
304.05 EVLA Constraints on the Progenitors of Supernovae Type Ia Laura Chomiuk EVLA Early Science
304.06 The Bimodal Luminosity Distribution of QSOs: Starbursts and AGN? Kenneth I. Kellerman EVLA Early Science
304.03 Imaging Molecular Gas in Primeval Galaxies with the EVLA Chris L. Carilli EVLA Early Science
223.03 Probing Stella, Substellar and Exoplanetary Magnetospheres with Next Generation Radio Instruments Greg Hallinan Oral
413.01 EVLA Commissioning and Science Operations Status Joseph P. McMullin Oral
413.02 Optimization of Compact Array Configurations to Minimize Side-lobes for Two Cases: The LWA Phased-array Station and the New E-configuration for the EVLA Leonid Kogan Oral
258.29 Probing Thermal Gas Conditions in Extragalactic Star-Forming Regions Using Radio Recombination Lines Amanda Kepley Poster
338.16 An Imaging Spectral Line Survey of IRC+10216 using the Expanded Very Large Array (EVLA) Mark J. Claussen Poster