Jun 5 – 9, 2023
Europe/Amsterdam timezone

General Information

In the late spring of 2023, from 5-9 June, JIVE will be hosting the third edition of the CASA VLBI workshop. The aim of this workshop is to train participants on data processing and imaging of VLBI observations with the CASA package. Though the focus will be on continuum astronomical experiments, other applications of VLBI will be discussed. Participants are expected to have a basic understanding of radio interferometry, but do not need to be experts. Introductory lectures on VLBI and CASA will be part of the programme.

The programme will consist of lectures and hands-on work, in a roughly 50/50 division. The lecture topics include basic VLBI calibration, imaging and self-calibration, as well as more advanced topics like polarization calibration, spectral line and wide-field experiments.


For the practical work we expect the participants to bring their own laptop with a working version of CASA 6 and, optionally, their own data. Support for EVN, e-MERLIN and LOFAR data will be available on site, but participants are welcome to bring any VLBI dataset of their choice. 

This 2023 workshop edition will be in hybrid format. All lectures will be live-streamed and recorded. A messaging service will be available for all participants for discussions and questions. However, the hands-on data processing will only be done in-person. Registration is mandatory for both in-person and online participants. Please note that there is a cap of 50 participants for in-person participation. 


Code of conduct

This meeting observes the Dwingeloo Code of Conduct.


Tutors and organizers

  • Ilse van Bemmel (JIVE, SOC chair) : JIVE/EVN data processing
  • Olga Bayandina (INAF, Tutor) : Spectral line
  • Emmanuel Bempong-Manful (University of Manchester, Tutor) : e-Merlin
  • Bjorn Emonts (NRAO, Tutor/SOC) : Introduction to CASA
  • Michael Janssen (MPIfR, Tutor) : Pipelines
  • Mark Kettenis (JIVE, Tutor/SOC) : Implementation
  • Yvonne Kool  (JIVE, LOC) 
  • Ivan Marti-Vidal (Universitat de València, Tutor) : Polarization calibration
  • George  Moellenbrock (NRAO, Tutor/SOC) : Introduction to interferometry & calibration
  • Javier Moldon (IAA, Tutor/SOC) : Self-calibration
  • Leah Morabito (Durham University, SOC) 
  • Suma Murthy (JIVE, LOC) 
  • Junghwan Oh (JIVE, LOC) 
  • Jack Radcliffe (University of Pretoria, Tutor) : Wide field
  • Kazi Rygl (INAF, Tutor/SOC) : CARTA
  • Des  Small (JIVE, Tutor) : Fringe fitting
  • Cristiana Spingola (INAF, Tutor) : Imaging
  • Kuo-Song  Wang (ASIAA, Tutor) : CARTA
  • David Williams (University of Manchester, Tutor) : e-Merlin


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This event has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101004719.