In recent years, there has been a sharp growth in our capabilities at low radio frequencies, driven by the development of the next generation of radio telescopes and by significant upgrades to existing facilities. Resulting from this technological advance, low-frequency science is currently undergoing a renaissance, with significant progress being made across a wide range of fields. These include the effort to detect the signature from the epoch of reionisation, transients and pulsars, all-sky surveys, studies of active galactic nuclei, planetary and solar physics, and space physics.
We are happy to welcome you to the fourth edition of Science at Low Frequencies, to be held in Sydney in December 2017. This meeting will provide a forum to share and discuss scientific results and techniques, as well as to plan a coordinated path forward to next generation facilities.
|5 April 2017||First Announcement|
|May 2017||Registration Opens|
|12 Dec 2017||Optional workshop sessions|
|13 Dec 2017||Conference begins|
|15 Dec 2017||Conference ends|