Monthly Archives: April 2011

Allen Array Telescope and the SETI Institute

My previous post on the hibernation of the Allen Array Telescope got a lot of attention and I have been contacted by various people to discuss its impact on the institute and on my research. First of all, I should ...

Today the Allen Array Telescope is hibernating

First of all, a disclaimer: I am not NOT involved in the Allen Array Telescope, neither I conduct astronomical programs using radio telescopes. I am writing this post about the Allen Array Telescope (ATA) since it is a joint project ...

A wonderful concert by Glauco Venier in Cologne

Music has always been a relevant ingredient in my intellectual life. If I had to summarize it in a few words, I'd say I am not sure what I really am: a failed musician or a failed scientist ;-) As you ...

Back from the light design conference in Drammen – Norway

Busy days... things have [somewhat unexpectedly] changed in my professional life (I'll blog about this when I'm settled. I just anticipate I'm still an astronomer ;-)), and this comes at a time where many other things are happening. Our paper on ...