This purpose of this workshop is to gather the communities of theoretical and observational astronomers interested in stellar intensity and amplitude interferometry. The focus of this workshop is two-fold: (i) to explore and identify the most impactful scientific questions that stellar intensity interferometry can help answer; and (ii) to discuss the experimental configurations and techniques are best-suited to address these questions. These discussions may motivate new collaborative efforts between groups.
To optimize communication across a broad community of scientists, ample time for discussion is planned, and all presentation sessions will be plenary. We plan to hold the workshop in person at Ohio State, though remote (zoom) connections will be available for those who cannot attend physically. We will monitor the state of the pandemic and announce any changes in plan in early spring, 2022.
In-person attendance is limited to 50 participants, and there is no registration fee. Some support for student travel and local expenses is available; contact the organizers for more information.
This workshop supported by
• Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics (CCAPP)
• Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
Block of Rooms
Mike Lisa (OSU)
Dave Kieda (University of Utah)
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