IRAM mm interferometry school

IRAM periodically organizes a millimeter-interferometry school, which takes place every two years since 1998, and is attended typically by ~70 participants. The program covers the fundamentals of millimeter interferometry, including atmospheric phase correction, calibration, and imaging techniques. The NOEMA interferometer and ALMA are presented in more detail. The schools also include data reduction ("tutorials") sessions.

The 10th IRAM millimeter interferometry school was held in October 1-5th 2018 in Grenoble. You can visit the school web site for more details, as well as its presentation files.

IRAM also organizes every second year a millimeter single-dish school at the 30-m telescope. For more information on the IRAM schools please check the IRAM events web page.


Specific workshops to prepare for ALMA have also been organized in the past:

IRAM Science Software User Meeting

The meeting was organized in April 2016. Projects that were developed in the previous 5 years and the projects to be delivered in the years following the meeting were presented.
More information can be found here.