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NRAO Colloquium Talk

Sarah was invited to present a colloquium talk at NRAO, Socorro, NM. The abstract of the talk is provided here.

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Argus: Software meeting at the GBT

Kiruthika and Sarah attended a software meeting at the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT), Green Bank, West Virginia  in August, 2013. This meeting was aimed at working out the software needs once Argus is fielded at the GBT, … Continue reading

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Stephen moves to KLA-Tencor

Stephen Osborne after graduation has started a new job with KLA-Tencor. Congratulations and all the best Stephen!

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Patricia, Stephen, and Javier graduate!

The Church group members attended the physics department commencement ceremony on June 16, 2013 to celebrate the graduating students. Congratulations Patricia, Stephen, and Javier!

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Argus Preliminary/Critical Design Review

We had our preliminary and critical design reviews (PDR/CDR) for Argus at Stanford, CA on Apr 20-22, 2013. The goal of the PDR/CDR was to have end-to-end design review, and freeze interfaces between sub-assemblies, where possible. Argus is on a … Continue reading

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Infrared and Submillimeter Probes of Gas in Galaxies: From the Milky Way to the Distant Universe

Matt, Kiruthika, and Sarah attended the conference “Infrared and Submillimeter Probes of Gas in Galaxies: From the Milky Way to the Distant Universe“. This conference was aimed at exploring the formation and evolution of galaxies using gas tracers. The conference was … Continue reading

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The Interstellar Medium in High Redshift Galaxies Comes of Age

An overview of the Argus focal plane array was presented as a poster at the NRAO workshop on “The Interstellar Medium in High Redshift Galaxies Comes of Age“. This workshop focussed on the study of molecular emission at high redshift. The … Continue reading

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