The workshop will highlight the new capabilities of the EVLA and the anticipated timeline of the availability of increasing capability. A number of talks will discuss challenging projects that highlight the capability and flexibility of the instrument.
Most talks will be contributed talks of 15 to 25 minutes and we encourage that speakers consider how the EVLA might contribute to their field.
There will be a number of break-out sessions for smaller group discussions of projects that could be carried out as shared risk early science projects and that would advance the science areas discussed in the plenary sessions.
The EVLA will be superb for large surveys, and there will be a discussion of the EVLA as a survey instrument.
There will be no proceedings, but the powerpoint (or pdf) contributions will be posted on the web.
Modified on October 6, 2008 by Mark Claussen