The SARA Eastern Conference has gone 100% Virtual!

We are sorry that we will not be able to see each other at Green Bank this year but we are planning to restart the physical conferences next year at the VLA for the Western Conference and Green Bank for the Eastern Conference. The virtual conference will be held on Saturday and Sunday to allow for peoples work. The new dates are 1-2 August 2020. The schedule will include sessions all day Saturday and half of the day Sunday afternoon to accommodate peoples worship services in the morning.

2018 SARA Western Conference

The 2018 SARA Western Conference will be held at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 23 - 25 March 2018. The meeting will include a visit the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (KIPAC).

2017 SARA Annual Conference

The Annual SARA Conference will be held July 23 thru July 26, 2017 at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia. The conference is open to members and non-members with an interest in radio astronomy observations.

 

Keynote Speaker this year is Dale Gary, Distinguished Professor in Physics at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), and Director of Solar Observatories.

 

2017 SARA Western Regional Conference

The SARA Western Conference met in Socorro, NM on March 17,18 & 19, 2017. We heard several presentations from SARA members, as well as presentations from Mark McKinnon, the Assistant Director for New Mexico Operations, Dr. Steven Myers, the lead for the Very Large Array Sky Survey project, and Dr. Greg Taylor from the University of New Mexico, principal investigator for the Long Wavelength Array project. We also sat in on a colloquium on pulsars given by Dr. Kevin Stovall of the University of New Mexico. The proceedings of the conference may be consulted for the detailed content of the presentations.

Observing the Radio Sun Across Seven Decades (200 kHz to 200 GHz and 70 years)

The keynote speaker for the 2017 conference is Dale Gary, Distinguished Professor in Physics at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), and Director of Solar Observatories. The latter includes the Big Bear Solar Observatory, an optical observatory in California with the highest-resolution solar telescope in the world, and also the Owens Valley Solar Array, a unique radio facility also in California dedicated to observing the Sun.

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