Anyway, LOFAR is going to be well represented at this IAU GA meeting, and below I list some of the talks on LOFAR science I have noticed on the program. LOFAR talks will appear in several different sessions demonstrating the diversity of science which is already coming out of LOFAR:
SpS4: "New Era for studying Interstellar and Intergalactic Magnetic Fields"
IAUS291: "Neutron Stars and Pulsars"
JD1: "The Highest Energy Gamma-Ray Universe Observed with Cerenkov Telecope Array Projects"
and also some of the technical challenges we are learning to face thanks to the data volumes of LOFAR:
SpS5: "Data Intensive Astronomy".
Here's the full LOFAR programme I've found so far:
Mon 20th August
11.20am Anna Sciafe - LOFAR and SKA for Magnetism Science
11.35am Vlad Kondratiev (for Ben Stappers) - New results from LOFAR
Tue 21st August
11am - Heino Falcke - LOFAR in the era of Cerenkov Telescope Arrays
Wed 22nd August
4pm Heino Falcke - Accretion and outflow in the local universe - first results from LOFAR
Thur 23rd August
11.55am Annalisa Bonafede - Radio relics and magnetic field amplification in the ICM
3pm Thijs Coenen - LOFAR commissioning pulsar surveys
3.15pm Heino Falcke - FRATs: Searching for fast radio transients in real time with LOFAR
Fri 24th August
11.00am Joeri van Leeuwen
12.00pm Vlad Kondratiev - Pulsar Emission at the Bottom-End of the Electromagnetic Spectrum
Wed 29th August
11am - Panagiotis Lampropoulos - Analysis of LOFAR EoR data on a GPU Cluster
2pm Michael Wise - Exascale Data Management with LOFAR (I)