MWA Workshop Presentations

Day 1 – Wednesday 15 October 2014

Melanie Johnston-Hollitt, MWA Board perspective

Steven Tingay, Context for MWA expansion

Rachel Webster, Next Generation of EoR measurements

Cathryn Trott, Implications of MWA extensions for estimation of the EoR signal

Lisa Kewley, Ionizing radiation in galaxies between 0<z<3.5.

Ben McKinley, Detecting the global EoR signal from observations of the Moon with an extended MWA

Lister Staveley-Smith, Options for GLEAM2

Nick Seymour, Science from Expanded MWA: why we want longer baselines and lower frequency coverage

Natasha Hurley-Walker, GLEAMx: Processing requirements for an all-sky survey with the extended MWA

Bryan Gaensler, Searching for the Synchrotron Cosmic Web with the MWA

Emil Lenc, Polarisation with the Extended Murchison Widefield Array

Day 2 – Thursday 16 October 2014

Tara Murphy, Extended MWA capabilities for transients and variability

Ryan Shannon, Pulsar observations with an expanded MWA

Ramesh Bhat, Science case for higher time resolution than the current VCS

Steve Curran, Finding A Population of Unknown High Redshift Galaxies Through a Finer MWA Spectral Resolution

Slava Kitaeff, Potential of MWA for spectral line observations

George Heald, Long baselines with LOFAR

Matthew Bailes, The Molonglo software correlator: parallels and potential for the MWA

Steve Ord, Correlator Expansion Options and Capability

Bart Pindor, Processing MWA Data with the RTS

Carol Wilson, Radio Quiet Protection of the MRO: Issues and Implications

Peter Hall, SKA Aperture Array Verification Systems and the MWA

Randall Wayth, Workshop summary