Tuesday 13 – Wednesday 14 February 2018
Sir Paul Reeves Building WG701-702, AUT City Campus
One of the 21st century’s biggest and most ambitious science ventures, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will deepen our understanding of the Universe and answer some fundamental questions about space, time, matter and energy. The primary aim of this Science for SKA Colloquium is to foster interaction and collaboration between New Zealand and international scientists – radio astronomers and physicists, engineers and mathematicians – building on the successful SKANZ 2010 and 2012 meetings, and thereby helping to realise the exciting potential of the SKA.
More information at the Science for SKA (S4SKA) Colloquium Website