Transients Presentations

Talk slides from "The Ephemeral Universe with Widefield Low Frequency Arrays" workshop

Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy, 12-14 November 2013


Don Melrose - Coherent Emission in Astrophysical Plasmas

Linqing Wen - Real-Time Detection of Binary Coalescence and its Electromagnetic Follow-up Observations

Wojciech Lewandowski - The consequences of the existence of Gigahertz Peaked Spectra pulsars in low frequency observations

Ron Ekers - High Energy Particles

Don Melrose - Interpretation of cosmic ray radio emission

Michael Johnson - Scintillation

Mark Walker - Sgr A* eats G2 - implications for scintillations

Artem Tuntsov - Strongly anisotropic scintillations from the dusty ISM?

Matthew Bailes - FRBs, and recent work with MOST

Evan Keane - Detecting highly-dispersed bursts with next-generation radio telescopes

Keith Bannister - A population model of fast radio bursts

Jason Hessels - Pulsars and Fast Transients with LOFAR

Scott Ransom - The All-Sky GBT 350MHz Pulsar Surveys

Paul Ray - Observations of Pulsars with the Long Wavelength Array

Tara Murphy - Exploring the transient radio sky with ASKAP and the MWA

Wes Armour - GPU based real-time signal detection for radio transients using ARTEMIS

Nadia Kudryavtseva - Slow transients with the MWA

Nathan Clarke - Tardis-MWA – A fast transients detection system for the MWA

Robert Braun - The Design and Science Performance of SKA-Low

Andrew Faulkner - SKA Low Frequency Aperture Array Design

Cathryn Trott - Prospects for detection of FRBs with the MWA and SKA

Jean-Pierre Macquart - Transients detection rates and instrument design

Laura Spitler - FRB searches with Arecibo

Rob Fender - The perspective from the transients SWG

Ilse van Bemmel - More science with SKA-low

Randall Wayth - The V-FASTR fast transients project

Ramesh Bhat - High-time resolution, simultaneous pulsar observations with the MWA and Parkes

Steve Ord - Current and future data capture and offline processing possibilities with the MWA; how, when and why?