2-5 March 2021
Chiang Mai, Thailand (ONLINE)
Asia/Bangkok timezone

Invited Speakers

Opening

   Saran Poshyachinda (NARIT, Thailand)               Projects at NARIT in Thailand

 

Project / Instrument / Array

   Phrudth Jaroenjittichai (NARIT, Thailand)           Radio Astronomy in Thailand and RANGD
   Longfei Hao (YNAO, China)                                   Jingdong 120-m Radio Telescope
   Do-Young Byun (KASI, Republic of Korea)          The Extended KVN

 

Transients

   Adam Deller (Swinburne Univ., Australia)            FRB with VLBI

 

Astrometry

   Maria Rioja (ICRAR/CSIRO, Australia)                  with Next-Generation Instruments
   Ye Xu (PMO CAS, China)                                         Spiral Structure of The Milky Way

 

AGN

   Cui Yuzhu (SOKENDAI, Japan)                               EAVN Observations of M87

 

Geodesy

   Jinling Li (SHAO, China)                                              Geodetic VLBI in China
   Nattaporn Thoonsaengngam (NARIT, Thailand)     Geodetic VLBI in Thailand

 

Star Formation

   Luca Moscadelli (INAF/Arcetri, Italy)                   Protostellar Outflows at Earliest Stages
                                                                                       (Project POETS)

Evolved Star

   Youngjoo Yun (KASI, Republic of Korea)              KVN Key Science Program for AGB


Engineering / Development

   Nozomi Okada (JAXA/Osaka Pref. Univ., Japan)    mm-VLBI and Space VLBI

 

Special Session: Global VLBI Network

   Hideyuki Kobayashi (NAOJ, Japan)                       EAVN and Global VLBI Array
   Francisco Colomer (JIVE, the Netherlands)         Global VLBI Alliance
   Taufiq Hidayat (ITB, Indonesia)                              VLBI Network in South-East Asia
   Bhal Chandra Joshi (TIFR, India)                            VLBI with the upgraded GMRT
   Zsolt Paragi (JIVE, the Netherlands)                     SKA-VLBI
   Satoki Matsushita (ASIAA, Taiwan)                       mm/submm VLBI
   Alexey Rudnitskiy (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)   Millimetron Space Observatory

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