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Older VLA Presentations

by Juergen Ott last modified Feb 13, 2013
Date Presentation Speaker Meeting Location
August 2012 IAU: The Jansky Very Large Array Tony Beasley XXVIII IAU General Assembly
Beijing, China
January 2011 AAS 217: Early Science with the Expanded Very Large Array * 217th AAS Meeting Seattle, Washington, USA
November 2010 The Expanded Very Large Array: New Capabilities for New Science Rick Perley Various Meetings in September/October 2010 Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Taipeh, Tokyo
June 2010 Discovery of the Zeeman Effect in the 44 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Line with the EVLA Emmanuel Momjian A New Golden Age for Radio Astronomy Assen, the Netherlands
May 2010 Discovery of the Zeeman Effect in the 44 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Line with the EVLA Emmanuel Momjian 216th AAS Meeting Miami, Florida
May 2010 The Expanded Very Large Array Rick Perley CASCA 2010: New Science, New Facilities, New People Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
March 2010 RFI mitigation in AIPS. The new task UVRFI Leonid Kogan RFI2010 - RFI Mitigation Workshop Groningen, the Netherlands
Jan 2010 EVLA Observations of the Orion Hot Core: a Taste of the Future Claire Chandler 25th New Mexico Symposium Socorro, NM
Jan 2010 36.2 GHz Methanol Masers in Sagittarius A Lorant Sjouwerman 25th New Mexico Symposium Socorro, NM
Jan 2010 The Expanded Very Large Array Rick Perley 215th AAS Meeting Washington, DC
Jan 2010 The EVLA View of HI Dwarfs in the Leo Ring Aeree Chung 215th AAS Meeting Washington, DC
Jan 2010 Wide-Field Wide-Band Imaging with the EVLA: Initial results with images and error estimates Urvashi Rau 215th AAS Meeting Washington, DC
Jan 2010 Capabilities of the Expanded Very Large Array for Astronomical Surveys Steve Myers 215th AAS Meeting Washington, DC
Jan 2010 First Detection of the Zeeman Effect in the 36 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Line with the EVLA Emmanuel Momjian 215th AAS Meeting Washington, DC
Aug 2009 EVLA: Current Status and Early Science Opportunities Juergen Ott IAU XXVII General Assembly Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Jun 2009 The EVLA: Progress and Prospects Michael Rupen Panoramic Radio Astronomy: Wide-Field 1-2 GHz Research on Galaxy Evolution Groningen, the Netherlands
May 2009 EVLA Status and Prospects Michael Rupen The EVLA Vision: Stars On and Off the Main Sequence Socorro, NM
May 2009 EVLA: The Instrument Michael Rupen The 2009 NRAO Postdoctoral Symposium Socorro, NM
May 2009 EVLA: The Early Science Claire Chandler The 2009 NRAO Postdoctoral Symposium Socorro, NM
Jan 2009 The Expanded Very Large Array: Recent Developments and Test Results Emmanuel Momjian 213th AAS Meeting Long Beach, CA
Dec 2008 Surveying Cosmic Time with the WIDAR Correlator Michael Rupen The EVLA Vision: Galaxies through Cosmic Time Socorro, NM
Dec 2008 EVLA Science Below 1200 MHz Emmanuel Momjian The EVLA Vision: Galaxies through Cosmic Time Socorro, NM
Dec 2008 EVLA... The Hardware Rick Perley The EVLA Vision: Galaxies through Cosmic Time Socorro, NM
Feb 2008 The EVLA: prospects for HI Juergen Ott The Evolution of Galaxies through the Neutral Hydrogen Window Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Jun 2007 Observations of Disks with the EVLA: What Will It Do for You? Claire Chandler Transformational Science with ALMA: Through Disks to Stars and Planets Charlottesville, VA
Apr 2007 The EVLA Project Scott Ransom (for Rick Perley) SKA workshop Krabi, Thailand