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Participants For the EMU/POSSUM/GALFACTS meeting


  1. Bryan Gaensler (POSSUM overview)
  2. Ray Norris (EMU overview; Searching for the Unexpected)
  3. Russ Taylor (Meerkat/MIGHTEE update; GALFACTS overview)
  4. Tom Landecker
  5. Jamie Farnes (Lessons for POSSUM from Recent Polarised Source Catalogues)
  6. Takuya Akahori (Simulated Faraday Properties of Depolarizing Intervening Galaxies)
  7. Naomi McClure Griffiths  
  8. Shane O'Sullivan (1. Polarization source finding; and 2. The magnetic field properties of the radio galaxies in different accretion states)
  9. Ian Heyward (Continuum imaging with ASKAP/BETA) 
  10. Larry Rudnick (1. GALFACTS:  Characteristics of GALFACTS for diffuse total intensity emission; 2. SECOND DATA CHALLENGE:  Requirements for radio galaxy diagnosis; 3. POLARIZATION SOURCE FINDING:  Le3ssons from the GOODS-N field; 4 POLARIZATION SCIENCE SESSION: Depolarisation statistics from comparison of SPASS and NVSS; 5. EMU Early Science (overview of Radio Galaxy Zoo); 6. Bending Radio Galaxies from FIRST to EMU.
  11. Indy Leclercq
  12. Anna Kapinsk (talk topic TBC)
  13. Xaohui Sun (Now perspective of the North Polar Spur with GMIMS) 
  14. Joshua Marvil (talk topic TBC)
  15. Ray Norris (EMU Update)
  16. Jordan Collier (Infrared-faint Radio Sources:  a new population of high-redshift radio galaxies)
  17. David McConnell 
  18. Lisa Harvey-Smith (talk topic TBC) 
  19. Bryan Gaensler (TBC) 
  20. Nick Seymour    (Synergy between MWA and EMU/POSSUM)
  21. Jeroen Stil (Overview so fsource finding in polarization)
  22. Wasim Raja (1. Determination of instrumental Mueller Matrix using a novel method making use of feed/ dish rotation and 2. Faraday tomography using multi-band data)
  23. Keitaro Takahashi 
  24. Andreas Herzog (Studying unexpected objects from the ATLAS survey: Optical, infrared and radio insights into infrared-faint radio sources)
  25. Sinsuke Ideguchi (Performance test for MCMC for UQ-fitting)
  26. Yuuichi Tashiro (FDFs of Galaxies and their interpretation)
  27. Amy Kimball
  28. Michael Brown 
  29. Ettore Carretti (Characterisation Tests for POSSUM)
  30. Roland Kothes (Galactic Science with EMU/POSSUM:  The study of Planetary Nebulae and HII regions)
  31. Matthew Whiting (Status of Calibration and Imaging Pipelines for Early Science)
  32. Max Voronkov (Status of Calibration and Imaging Pipelines for Early Science) 
  33. Steven Gibson  (Faraday Structures in the Diffuse ISM: Early Science results) 
  34. Craig Anderson
  35. Anna Scaife (Polarixation with KAT-7)
  36. Cormac Purcell (A radio-polarisation study of the Gum Nebula:  a rehearsal for future surveys)
  37. Patrick Leahy (GALFACTS early science: Faraday rotation and the distance to Loop I) 
  38. Melanie Johnston-Hollitt
  39. Siamak Dehghan



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