Friday 17/03/2023 @ 11:30, Sala riunioni quarto piano e on-line (meet.google.com/sue-bwvk-axf)
Andrew Hopkins (Macquarie University, Australia), "The Evolutionary Map of the Universe"
EMU, the Evolutionary Map of the Universe, is an ongoing ASKAP survey of the Southern three-quarters of the sky, aiming to achieve rms noise levels of 20microJy. EMU will support a broad range of science, spanning star formation and evolution in our own Galaxy, galaxy evolution and the links between star formation and supermassive black holes, to cosmology. EMU has been allocated approximately 1 year of time on ASKAP in the coming 5 year window. I will summarise the technical and scientific goals of the survey, the current status of and timeline for the survey, and highlight a selection of recent results from early science and pilot survey data.