17th Annual New Mexico Symposium

9 November 2001

Array Operations Center

National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Socorro, New Mexico

We invite all astronomers from New Mexico and surrounding states to attend this symposium and to present a paper. We especially encourage students and postdocs to present papers.

PROGRAM: Oral Program. Poster Program

REGISTRATION: Current registrants for the symposium are listed here. Registration deadline has passed; see below.

LOCATION: The Symposium will be held in the auditorium at the Array Operations Center of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. The AOC is in Socorro, New Mexico, on the campus of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, across the parking lot from the Macey Center.   Click for directions to Socorro and maps of the local area.

TIME: The Symposium will start at 9:00 am and end at about 5:15 pm on Friday 9 November, 2001.

LATE REGISTRATION: The registration deadline was 12 October 2001. Please contact Jim Ulvestad for late registration.   

DINNER: The post-meeting dinner will be held at the Macey Center adjacent to the AOC on the New Mexico Tech campus. It will be free to meeting participants.

JANSKY LECTURE: Professor William J. (Jack) Welch, from the University of California at Berkeley, will deliver the 2001 Jansky Lecture, entitled Astronomical Arrays for the Future: Astronomy, SETI, and More.  This free lecture will start at 8:00 pm, and the general public is encouraged to attend. The lecture will be in the Macey Center.

INFORMATION: If you have questions, please contact Jim Ulvestad at julvesta@nrao.edu.

MAILING LIST: If you have not received the email first announcement of this meeting, you work in astronomy or related fields in New Mexico or the surrounding states, and would like to receive future announcements, please send your email address to Jim Ulvestad.

2000 NEW MEXICO SYMPOSIUM:   Information on the 16th Annual New Mexico Symposium (2000) is here.

This page last updated on 15 October 2001.