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2004 Michelson Summer School

Final Announcement

Gliese 229B discovery image from the Palomar 60 Adaptive Optics Coronograph.California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California 
July 20-23, 2004

Online presentations are now available.

Local information for summer school attendees is online.

The official agenda is now online.

The 2004 Michelson Summer School will consist of a series of tutorial lectures covering the present and upcoming generation of high-contrast astronomical instrumentation.  The summer school will be held on the campus of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

The summer school is intended for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers.  Financial assistance for travel and accommodations will be available for successful applicants in accordance with U.S. government reimbursement regulations.  Local accommodations, near or on the Caltech campus, will be provided to participants for the duration of the school.

Local Organizing Committee

Gerard van Belle (chair)
Kathy Golden 
Dawn Gelino
Neda Safizadeh 

Scientific Organizing Committee

Richard Dekany (Caltech)
Sally Heap (GSFC)
Karl Staplefeldt (JPL)
Wesley Traub (Harvard-Smithsonion CfA)

Important Dates

Useful Links

Caltech 1999 | Berkeley 2000 | Flagstaff 2001 | CfA 2002 | Caltech 2003

2004 Michelson Interferometry Summer School
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, July 20-23, 2004