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Future Directions for Interferometry

Invited Speakers and Topics

Topic Lead
NOAO Longe Range Planning, Interferometry, and the Decade review Jeremy Mould
Radio Astronomy Perspective on the Development of O/IR Interferometry Ken Johnston
Status of Interferometry Planning in Europe Andreas Glindemann
Committee on Ground-Based Optical Interferometry, AAS, SPIE, NASA Steve Ridgway
Current Generation Arrays—Current Status, Getting the Most of them, and their Further Development Rachel Akeson
Space Interferometry in the 2020+ Era Ken Carpenter
Stellar Physics Doug Geis
ELT Perspectives Bruce Macintosh
YSO's Josh Eisner
Exo-planets Mark Swain
Crowded Field Imaging Knut Olson
Normal Galactic Nuclei & Massive Black Holes Tod lauer
AGN's & QSO's Martin Elvis
Distant Galaxies and Cosmology Stephen Serjeant
Astrometry Ben Lane
Classical Array, Possibly Fizeau Andreas Quirrenbach
Compact Fizeau Array as an ELT alternative Olivier Guyon
LBT Sequel—Compact Array of Large apertures (20-20) Roger Angel
Sky Coverage of Interferometry and the Antarctic James Lloyd
Integrated Optics and a Fiber Linked Array Guy Perrin
Array Facilities Operations—Lessons Learned Theo ten Brummelaar

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