Special Session SS22  1 July 2020

NAC: Interferometry

Aims and scope

The Dutch Astronomers Conference (NAC) is organized yearly to bring together astronomers from all over the Netherlands. This year's edition is held concurrently with EASAM.

This plenary session of the NAC aims to inform people on interferometry. Talks are given by scientists from Dutch universities and research institutes.


  • Invited Talk (Focus) - T.B.D. Heino Falcke
  • Contributed Talk 1 - Life cycle of radio galaxies Nika Jurlin
  • Contributed Talk 2 - First results and data from the Apertif surveys Joeri van Leeuwen
  • Contributed Talk 3 - A new radio census of accreting neutron stars Jakob van den Eijnden
  • Invited Talk (Overview) - Optical long-baseline interferometry: technological overview and science highlights Leo Burtscher

The invited talks are 20 minutes plus 4 minutes for questions / switch over time. The contributed talks are 10 minutes plus 4 minutes for questions / switch over time each.

Invited speakers

  • Leo Burtscher Leiden Observatory
  • Heino Falcke Radboud University

Scientific organisers

Huub Röttgering, Jan Lub, Simon Portegies Zwart, Martijn Oei, Martijn Wilhelm, Frits Sweijen, Lydia Stofanova, Dirk van Dam, Rafaël Mostert, Marieke Baan


Dirk van Dam: dmvandam @ strw.leidenuniv.nl

Updated on Sun May 31 18:12:37 CEST 2020