With the long baseline component of the MWA complete, the improved resolution and imaging capabilities have greatly enhanced the MWA as a low frequency survey machine. The MWA consortium are planning to conduct a number of wide and deep imaging surveys which will be unrivalled in their frequency coverage, brightness sensitivity and survey speed. Such surveys will enable a host of science from studies of local galaxies to the first black holes and everything in between.
The purpose of this meeting is to gather together members of the MWA consortium to:
- get familiar with MWA data products from phase 2,
- learn how to process this data,
- develop ideas for advanced and improved processing techniques,
- plan the science to be conducted from theses surveys,
- discuss synergies with the Australian SKA Pathfinder,
- discuss synergies with transient surveys, IPS studies and spectral line surveys.
The programme will consist of presentations in the mornings and break-out and training sessions in the afternoon.