The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research is a collaborative centre based in Perth, Western Australia. Already achieving research excellence in astronomical science and engineering, ICRAR has grown steadily since its launch in September 2009.
An equal joint venture between Curtin University and The University of Western Australia, ICRAR has strong support from the West Australian and Australian governments and is working closely with research and industry partners throughout Australia and the world.
ICRAR welcomes the Square Kilometre Array to Australia!
On Friday the 25th of May it was announced that Australia-New Zealand, together with South Africa, would share hosting of the SKA. ICRAR has been working towards the SKA since our launch and we're looking forward to our continued involvement in this mega science project. Celebrate with us and find out more at our SKA page.
SKA Request for Proposals
The SKA office has released its request for proposals to the SKA community. The documentation package can be found at www.skatelescope.org/publications/request-for-proposals/ and proposals are required by the 10th of June 2013. More Details.