2023 July Hybrid Project Meeting: 10 Year Anniversary


Information & Schedule

Dates: July 25-28, 2023

Location: Technology Park, Bentley, Western Australia

LOC: Mia Walker, Emmaline Yearsley, Aoife Stapleton, Carley Tillett

SOC: Steven Tingay (Chair), Jonathan Pober, Melanie Johnston-Hollitt, Keitaro Takahashi, Cathie Zheng, Divya Oberoi, Rachel Webster

Participants: 145 registered, predominately in-person attendance. Hosted by Curtin University

Meeting website: https://indico.mwatelescope.org/event/10/

Schedule: MWA Conference Schedule.pdf

Book of Abstracts: MWA Conference Book of Abstracts.pdf

Prize Winners

Judged by Principal Scientists Chris Riseley and Stefan Duchesne.

Best talk: Michael Wilensky; honourable mention: Mengyao Xue

Best poster: Macon Magno; honourable mention: Aman Chokshi


Available on the MWA YouTube Channel, on the project meeting interview playlist:


Recorded Talks

Available on the MWA YouTube Channel, on the project meeting playlist:


Presentation Slides

Speaker (in order of schedule)


Steven TingayDirector’s Overview
Mark GrayMWA and Pawsey: together for 47 petabytes and counting
Sarah PearceMWA importance as an SKA precursorMWA-SKAO 10 year - slides v1.pdf
Randall Wayth, Chris RiseleyMWA Phase III Science and Engineering
Chenoa Tremblay10 Years of Galactic and Extra-Galactic (GEG) Astronomy
Stefan DuchesneAbell 194 and getting the most out of archival datasets
Sean Paterson

A Deep Imaging Pipeline to Simplify Processing and Mosaicking of Survey Data

Linhui WuDiffuse Radio Emission in the Radio Lobes of M87
Kathryn RossGLEAM-X IDRII: What's available and what's next!
Christopher RiseleyA decade of MWA magnetism: where did we come from and where are we going?
Ramesh Bhat

10 years of Pulsars and Fast Transients with the MWA

Mengyao Xue

Probing the ISM towards the Gum Nebula using Pulsar Measurements

Bradley MeyersThe SMART pulsar survey: past, present, and future
Garvit GroverDiscovery and follow-up of a new long-period, nulling pulsar from the SMART survey
Roni KerleyThe MWA’s connections to the Indigenous communityMWA 10 Year Celebration Presentation (1).pptx
Emma TolleySwitzerland's motivation to join the MWA
Cathryn TrottThe MWA Epoch of Reionisation Project: the 10-year search for the 13 billion-year old signal
Stuart WyitheConstraining Reionization with MWA and beyond
Michael WilenskyEvidence of Ultra-faint RFI in Deep 21~cm EoR Power Spectra with the MWA
Nichole BarryTowards a New Upper Limit on the EoR 21-cm Measurement using FHD -- A Celebration and a LamentNB_MWA2023.pdf
Takumi Ito

Foreground Removal with Gaussian Process Regression

Katherine ElderEffect of radiative mutual coupling on beam pattern
Divya Oberoi

Ten years of solar, heliospheric and ionospheric science with the MWA

John MorganProbing the high-resolution sky with Interplanetary Scintillation
Rohit SharmaDetection and simulation of the weak radio bursts
Chris BraytonAcknowledgement of country - CSIRO ARRC 
Jiajun ZhangChinese Performance崇祯历书英文版.pptx
Robert GoekeBuilding the MWANo slides
Murray Hadley

MWA connections to industry: Science meets construction

MWA Project Presentation.pptx
How to submit an MWA observing proposal
Greg SleapMWA Archive Update and Retrospective
Dev Null

Showcasing a Decade of Advancements in MWA Calibration Techniques

Ron EkersLessons from the history of discoveries made (and missed) using radio frequency interferometers and arrays on our path to the MWARadio interferometers - MWA10 cut.pptx
Danny Price

Overview of SETI and the MWA: Technosignature and FRB searches with the MWA

Gemma AndersonCelebrating 10 years of transient science with the MWA
Clancy JamesPlans for the MWA Particle Detector Array
Jun TianMWA rapid follow-up of gravitational wave transients: prospects for detecting prompt radio counterparts
Marcin SokolowskiAll-sky high-time resolution monitoring of transient sky with SKA-Low stations
Natasha Hurley-WalkerLong-period radio transients

GIF: The MWA tile beam pattern as a function of frequency. Credit: Maria Kovaleva, Curtin University

Each in-person meeting participant received a small 3D-printed beam pattern (at Channel 125, or ~160MHz).


Image credit: Curtin University. Photographer: Michael Goh