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Workshop on SSA in Astronomy

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An Iridium flare visible above the Isaac Newton Telescope [Image credit: Miguel Claro]

This Workshop is focused on engaging with the academic community to explore ways in which academics can get involved in research in the area of SSA, particularly the ‘hard problems in SSA’. A key aim is to encourage collaboration and uptake of the funding opportunities available. The workshop will be led by Bob Mann (Edinburgh) and Don Pollacco (Warwick).

May 4 @ 1:00 pm 5:30 pm


Workshop Programme

Time
Session and Speaker
Title

Introduction and Overview
13:00Bob MannGNOSIS
13:15Paul ChoteOptical Astronomy and SSA
13:45Simon GarringtonRadio Astronomy and SSA
14:15Stuart EvesHard Problems in SSA
14:45James OsbornContributed talk: Space surveillance and astronomy knowledge exchange at Durham University
15:00break

Collaboration
15:15Katherine CourtneyUKSA study on UK capacity for Space Domain Awareness
15:30Emma KerrAcademic collaboration with DSTL
15:45Dinz DinsleyAcademic collaboration with SMEs
16:00Don PollaccoInterdisciplinary academic collaboration
16:15James EndicottSPAN
16:30Massimiliano VasileInternational academic collaboration: Stardust-r
16:45
Panel Discussion
17:30end

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