Event Category: Blackboard

Machine Learning: The elegant way to extract information from data Drs Jens Kauffmann, Veselina Kalinova, Dario Colombo and Tobias Albertson (MPIfR) Overview The human brain is able to recognize patterns in the data due to the millions of years of evolution. Today, we try to use and further develop computer algorithms that can reproduce this ability to distinguish […]

Based of Tom Wilson’s book “Tools of Radio Astronomy: Problems and solutions”, the author will illustrate radio astronomical methods and concepts by showing the audience how to solve typical radio astronomical problems and thus extract the information you need from your observations. The book will be made electronically available to IMPRS researchers. Further information and registration: https://events.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/indico/event/106/

Based of Tom Wilson’s book “Tools of Radio Astronomy: Problems and solutions”, the author will illustrate radio astronomical methods and concepts by showing the audience how to solve typical radio astronomical problems and thus extract the information you need from your observations. The book will be made electronically available to IMPRS researchers. Further information and registration: https://events.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/indico/event/106/

Based of Tom Wilson’s book “Tools of Radio Astronomy: Problems and solutions”, the author will illustrate radio astronomical methods and concepts by showing the audience how to solve typical radio astronomical problems and thus extract the information you need from your observations. The book will be made electronically available to IMPRS researchers. Further information and registration: https://events.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/indico/event/106/

Based of Tom Wilson’s book “Tools of Radio Astronomy: Problems and solutions”, the author will illustrate radio astronomical methods and concepts by showing the audience how to solve typical radio astronomical problems and thus extract the information you need from your observations. The book will be made electronically available to IMPRS researchers. Further information and registration: https://events.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/indico/event/106/

Based of Tom Wilson’s book “Tools of Radio Astronomy: Problems and solutions”, the author will illustrate radio astronomical methods and concepts by showing the audience how to solve typical radio astronomical problems and thus extract the information you need from your observations. The book will be made electronically available to IMPRS researchers. Further information and registration: https://events.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/indico/event/106/

Based of Tom Wilson’s book “Tools of Radio Astronomy: Problems and solutions”, the author will illustrate radio astronomical methods and concepts by showing the audience how to solve typical radio astronomical problems and thus extract the information you need from your observations. The book will be made electronically available to IMPRS researchers. Further information and registration: https://events.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/indico/event/106/

Based of Tom Wilson’s book “Tools of Radio Astronomy: Problems and solutions”, the author will illustrate radio astronomical methods and concepts by showing the audience how to solve typical radio astronomical problems and thus extract the information you need from your observations. The book will be made electronically available to IMPRS researchers. Further information and registration: https://events.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/indico/event/106/

Based of Tom Wilson’s book “Tools of Radio Astronomy: Problems and solutions”, the author will illustrate radio astronomical methods and concepts by showing the audience how to solve typical radio astronomical problems and thus extract the information you need from your observations. The book will be made electronically available to IMPRS researchers. Further information and registration: https://events.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/indico/event/106/

Based of Tom Wilson’s book “Tools of Radio Astronomy: Problems and solutions”, the author will illustrate radio astronomical methods and concepts by showing the audience how to solve typical radio astronomical problems and thus extract the information you need from your observations. The book will be made electronically available to IMPRS researchers. Further information and registration: https://events.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/indico/event/106/