centre-wide science workshopDate: 24-26 November 2021
Where: Virtual workshopOver the the last four years, the OzGrav Annual Retreat has been held proceeding our Early Career Workshop. We understand that an online retreat does not provide the same experience, outcomes and networking opportunities as an in person event, so we will be postponing the retreat until early 2022.
OzGrav is pleased to announce that this year we will be holding a centre-wide science workshop, 24-26 November that will focus on OzGrav science planning sessions. To reduce 'zoom fatigue' the workshop will run over 3 half-days.
Registration is not required for this workshop. An email announcement will distributed to all OzGrav members prior to the event that will include the videoconferencing link along with the finalised program.
All OzGrav members are encouraged to participate in the sessions that are relevant to their research and science. Please refer to the program for further details. Please note, the program is subject to changes.
We hope that you can make it and fingers crossed we can see you all in person in early 2022!
ProgramPlease note that the finalised program including the videoconferencing links will be emailed to the all OzGrav members prior to the workshop. This program below is subject to change
<>Time AEDTTime AWSTSessionParallel session12:00 PM9:00 AMWelcome and introduction from the Theme leadersno parallel session12:30 PM9:30 AMQuantum ProgramPopulation Modelling Program2:00 PM11:00 AMLow Frequency ProgramSupercomputing infrastructure3:30 PM12:30 PMBreakBreak4:00 PM1:00 PMMulti-Messenger Astronomy Programno parallel session5:30 PM2:30 PMCloseCloseTime AEDTTime AWSTSessionParallel session12:00 PM9:00 AMSpace ProgramGravitational Wave Data Analysis Program1:30 PM10:30 AMBreakBreak2:00 PM11:00 AMDistortions and Instabilities ProgramInference Program3:30 PM12:30 PMCommissioning Program & DetCharPulsars Detection & Timing Programs5:00 PM2:00 PMCloseCloseTime AEDTTime AWSTSession12:00 PM9:00 AMRelativistic Astrophysics Program1:30 PM10:30 AMBreak2:00 PMe11:00 AMFuture detectors3:30 PM12:30 PMBreak4:00 PM1:00 PMReports back from Programs (5 mins each)5:00 PM2:00 PMWrap-up & next steps5:30 PM2:30 PMClose
Day 1- 24 Nov
Day 2- 25 Nov
Day 3- 26 Nov
code of conductWe ask attendees to read and adhere to the the OzGrav Events code of conduct policy that outlines behavior that will not be tolerated. In particular:
- Behave professionally. Harassment and sexist, racist, or exclusionary comments or jokes are not appropriate. Harassment includes sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, sexual attention or innuendo, deliberate intimidation, stalking, and photography or recording of an individual without consent. It also includes offensive comments related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race or religion.
- All communication should be appropriate for a professional audience including people of many different backgrounds.
- Participants asked to stop any inappropriate behaviour are expected to comply immediately. Attendees violating these rules may be asked to leave the event at the sole discretion of the organisers without a refund of any charge.
- You are welcome to engage with this event and your colleagues through social media, provided that your communications are respectful, appropriate for a professional audience, and adhere to the Code of Conduct. If you have questions or criticisms about a colleague’s research or presentation, we strongly encourage you to communicate that directly to your colleague rather than via social media. We also encourage you to only post things on social media about other people, which you would be comfortable saying to them in person.