The talk, LOFAR: A Radio Telescope the Size of Northern Europe will be given by LOFAR-UK and Transients Key Project member Dr. Edward Daws from the University of Sheffield.
RAS Pubic Lectures are 45-minute lunchtime talks for non-specialists. Members of the public can listen to leading scientists talk about their work.
Place: Lecture Theatre, Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London.
Time: 1pm, second Tuesday of the month.
'Friends of the RAS' are encouraged to reserve a seat, subject to availability, by email (to email@example.com ) or letter up until 10am on the day of the lecture. Seats, in the reserved area of the lecture theatre, will be kept until 1255 (when they will be released). Simply turn up before 1255 – but please do sit in the reserved, central, rows!
Seats cannot be guaranteed for ‘Friends’ who do not reserve them. However, subject to availability, they will be admitted into the non-reserved seating area or the Council Room (where the lecture will be relayed on a plasma screen). To improve your chance of a seat in the lecture theatre you should arrive before 1245.
After 1245 ‘non-Friends’ will be admitted, subject to availability, to the non-reserved seating area or the Council Room. Before 1245 ‘non-Friends’ will be held in a queue outside the building. Please note advance seat reservation is restricted to 'Friends'.
Summaries of (some) previous lectures can be read on the 'Friends of the RAS' web site
For further information call 020 7734 3307 / 4582