SALF V at Nagoya



Abstract book is available here and poster list can be found below

4 December

(Telescopes chair: Mareki Honma)
9:00-9:10OpeningNaoshi SugiyamaNagoya University
9:10-9:40Telescopes 1 (inv)Aaron Ewall-WiceJPL, Dunlap InstituteThe Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array -- An Overview and Status Update
9:40-9:55Telescopes 2Chuneeta NunhokeeUniversity of California, BerkeleyThe Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array: Beam Pattern characterization from observations
9:55-10:10Telescopes 3Heiko HeilgendorffUniversity of KwaZulu-NatalAn Overview of the Hydrogen Intensity and Real-time Analysis eXperiment
10:10-10:25Telescopes 4Liju PhilipUniversity of KwaZulu-NatalSearching for cosmic dawn from the sub-Antarctic : 2018 updates
10:25-10:40Telescopes 5Melanie Johnston-HollittCurtin UniversityMWA
11:00-11:15Telescopes 6Joseph CallinghamASTRONLOFAR
11:15-11:30Telescopes 7C. H. Ishwara ChandraNCRAuGMRT
11:30-11:45Telescopes 8Juan Mena ParraMcGill UniversityCHIME
11:45-12:00Telescopes 9Randall WaythICRAR/Curtin UniversityThe SKA-Low Aperture Array Verification System
12:00-12:30Telescopes 10 (inv)Philip Diamond SKA Organisation SKA
(Techniques Chair: Colin Lonsdale)
13:45-14:15Techniques 1 (inv)Carina ChengUniversity of California, BerkeleyFrom PAPER to HERA: 21cm Power Spectrum Techniques
14:15-14:30Techniques 2Hsin Cynthia ChiangMcGill UniversityObserving the <100 MHz radio sky from the sub-Antarctic
14:30-14:45Techniques 3Adam BeardsleyArizona State UniversityFast Radio Imaging with the Long Wavelength Array
14:45-15:00Techniques 4Ronniy JosephICRAR - Curtin University, AustraliaThe Limitations of Redundant and Sky-Based Calibration under Realistic Sky and Telescope Conditions
15:00-15:15sparkler talks
(Milky Way Chair: Toshihiro Handa)
15:45-16:15Milky Way 1 (inv)Takuya AkahoriNAOJUnresolved Problems in Cosmic Magnetism
16:15-16:30Milky Way 2Xiaohui SUNYunnan University, ChinaGalactic diffuse polarized emission at low frequencies
16:30-16:45Milky Way 3Charlotte SOBEYCSIRO Astronomy and Space ScienceProbing the Galactic magnetic field using low-frequency Faraday rotation measures towards pulsars
16:45-17:00Milky Way 4Joseph CallinghamNetherlands Insitute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON)Stars at low frequencies: The tip of the nearby iceberg
17:00-17:15Milky Way 5Natasha Hurley-WalkerCurtin University / International Centre for Radio Astronomy ResearchDetecting New SNR with the MWA
17:15-17:30Milky Way 6Joanne DAWSONMacquarie University, AustraliaShining Light on the Dark ISM with the 700-MHz Lines of CH

5 December

(EoR Chair: Miguel Morales)
9:00-9:30EoR 1 (inv)Raul MonsalveMcGill UniversityAn Absorption Feature in the Sky-Averaged Radio Spectrum
9:30-9:45EoR 2Shintaro YoshiuraKumamoto UniversitySystematic Effects on 21cm-CMB Cross Correlation
9:45-10:00EoR 3Akash Kumar PatwaRaman Research Institute, Bengaluru, IndiaOn detecting 21-cm signal from EoR using drift scan data from MWA
10:00-10:15EoR 4Matthew KolopanisArizona State University, USAA re-analysis of PAPER-64 with the simpleDS pipeline
10:15-10:30EoR 5Peter SimsBrown UniversityJoint estimation of the Epoch of Reionization power spectrum and foregrounds in a Bayesian framework
11:15-11:30EoR 6Teppei MINODANagoya University, JapanThe limit on the primordial magnetic fields from the EDGES observation
11:30-11:45EoR 7Christene LynchICRAR-Curtin/ASTRO3DFirst results from the Long Baseline Epoch of Reionisation Survey
11:45-12:00EoR 8Bart PindorUniversity of MelbourneTowards a New MWA Limit on the Epoch of X-Ray Heating
12:00-12:15EoR 9Nichole BarryUniversity of MelbourneThe Future of EoR Power Spectrum Analysis
12:15-12:30EoR 10Jack LineICRAR Curtin UniversitySimulating MWA observations with OSKAR
(Surveys Chair: Melanie Johnston-Hollitt)
13:45-14:15Surveys 1 (inv)Timothy ShimwellASTRONAn update on the LOFAR surveys
14:15-14:30Surveys 2Chris RiseleyCSIRO Astronomy & Space ScienceThe POlarised GLEAM Survey (POGS)
14:30-14:45Surveys 3Nick SEYMOURICRAR/Curtin, AustraliaSearching for the First Black Holes with the MWA
(Galaxies Chair: Gulay Gurkan)
14:45-15:15Galaxies 1 (inv)Tsutomu T. TAKEUCHINagoya University, JapanFormation and Evolution of Galaxies as Viewed from the Cold Side
15:15-15:30Galaxies 2Piotrowska JuliaJagiellonian UniversityLow - Frequency radio - FIR correlation in NGC 6946
15:30-15:45Galaxies 3Shuntaro YOSHIDANagoya University, JapanPhysical properties of nearby galaxies using GLEAM Survey
16:15-16:30Galaxies 4Melanie Johnston-HollittCurtin UniversityRevising the Taxonomy of Diffuse Radio Emission in Galaxy Clusters
16:30-16:45Galaxies 5Stefan William DUCHESNEInternational Centre for Radio Astronomy Research - Curtin UniversityA Murchison Widefield Array Phase II follow-up of diffuse, non-thermal cluster emission.
16:45-17:00Galaxies 6Nicola LocatelliUniversity of BolognaProbing the magnetised cosmic web nearby galaxy cluster Abell 2744
(Sun & Earth Chair: TBD)
17:00-17:15Sun & Earth 1Paul HancockCurtin UniversityDetecting and tracking space debris with the MWA
17:15-17:30Sun & Earth 2Xiang ZHANGCSIRO Astronomy and Space Science, AustraliaDetection of Meteors and Space Debris with the MWA

6 December

(Sun & Earth Chair: TBD)
9:00-9:15Sun & Earth 3Colin LonsdaleMIT Haystack ObservatorySolar and Heliospheric Studies using the MWA
9:15-9:30Sun & Earth 4Christopher JordanCurtin University, AustraliaIonospheric analyses with MWA EoR
(Transients Chair: Keitaro Takahashi)
9:30-10:00Transients 1 (inv)Christene LynchICRAR-Curtin/ASTRO3DSearching for low-frequency emission from Star-exoplanet interactions
10:00-10:30Transients 2 (inv)Mengyao XUECurtin University, AustraliaProperties of Pulsars at Low Radio Frequencies
11:00-11:15Transients 3Hiroki KUMAMOTOKumamoto University, JapanPulsar searching for low frequency radio
11:15-11:30Transients 4Naoyuki YONEMARUKumamoto University, JapanSelection of pulsar candidates from radio continuum surveys with artificial neural networks
11:30-11:45Transients 5Zhongli ZhangShanghai Astronomical ObservatoryA preliminary pulsar blind search with MWA incoherent summed data
11:45-12:00Transients 6Ramesh BHAT ICRAR, Curtin University, Australia Geodetic precession in the binary PSR J1141-6545
12:00-12:15Transients 7Marcin SokolowskiCurtin University, AustraliaNo low-frequency emission from extremely bright Fast Radio Bursts
12:15-12:30ClosingHideyuki KobayashiNAOJ


1.Shinnosuke HisanoKumamoto UniversityPossibility of detecting ultra-low frequency gravitational waves with the pulsar spin-down rates
2.Kazuhiro TakefujiNICTJapanese low frequency observatories
3.Gemma AndersonCurtin UniversityRapid follow-up of Gamma-ray Bursts using the upgraded MWA automatic triggering capability
4.Kazumasa IWAINagoya UniversityRadio telescopes at 327 MHz of ISEE, Nagoya University; System and its interplanetary scintillation observations
5.Suchetha CoorayNagoya University, JapanPapoulis-Gerchberg Algorithm for Reconstruction of Masked Astronomical Images
6.Sohn Bong WonKASILow Frequency Observations of a Radio Loud Dward Galaxy
7.Aleksandra WolowskaTorun Centre for Astronomy, Nicolaus Copernicus University, PolandLow frequency emission around compact AGNs
8.Kenji KUBOTAKumamoto UniversityDetectability of 21-cm signal during the EoR with 21-cm Lyman-alpha emitter cross-correlation
9.Tomoya KANEUJIKumamoto UniversityVerifying halo mass dependence on ionizing photon escape fraction with 21cm-Lyman-alpha emitter cross-correlation
10.Torrance Hodgson Curtin University The imaging challenges of faint diffuse emission with MWA Phase II