NAGOYA, JAPAN

MWA Project Meeting, and Science at Low Frequencies V Meeting

3-7 December, 2018

This project meeting has now concluded. The presentation slides can be found on the wiki project meeting page.

PROJECT MEETING

Program

We are pleased to invite you to the MWA Project Meeting in Nagoya, Japan. This meeting will be held in conjunction with "Science at Low Frequencies V".

  • 3 December 2018: MWA Project Meeting - Program - (KMI colloquium room is room 635 on the 6th floor)
  • 4 December - 6 December 2018: Science at Low Frequencies (SALF) V Meeting (Sakata-Hirata Hall)
  • 7 December 2018: MWA Board Meeting and Busy Day

Locations

The MWA project meeting will be held at Kobayashi-Maskawa Institute (KMI) in Nagoya University, in the colloquium room.

Hotel

There are not many hotels near the University, but you can easily access the University from the city center by subway. Sakae or Kanayama station may be the most convenient as you can come to the University without changing trains using the subway Meijo line. Nagoya and Fushimi stations are also convenient as the subway Higashiyama line is the most frequent.

Travel

From Chubu Centrair International Airport (Centrair):

  • Take the Meitetsu line to Kanayama Station. The train fee is 810 yen, while the Limited Express, called μ-SKY, has only reserved seats and costs extra 360 yen. It takes 25 mins to Kanayama station if you take μ-SKY, and 35-50 mins if you take a rapid or semi-rapid express. Check the time table for the details.
  • Then take the subway Meijo line from Kanayama station (M01) to Nagoya-Daigaku station (M18). It takes about 20 mins and costs 270 yen.
Getting to KMI:
  • The MWA project meeting will be held at Kobayashi-Maskawa Institute (KMI) in Nagoya University. Use Exit 2 or 3 at Nagoya-Daigaku Station.
  • Then walk to the north along the big street, and you will soon find the Engineering and Science building on your right hand side. (You have to cross the street if you get out from Exit 3.) More details can be found here.
SALF V venue: Details for getting to the SALF venue is available on the SALF website.

VISA

For participants who need visas, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the following information:

  1. Name (in your passport)
  2. Home address
  3. Office address
  4. Institution
  5. Job title
  6. Date of birth
  7. Itinerary (schedule and airport used)
  8. Address in Nagoya (hotel name)

Code of Conduct

The organizers are committed to making this meeting productive and enjoyable for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, nationality or religion. We will not tolerate harassment of participants in any form.

Please follow these guidelines:
  1. Behave professionally. Harassment and sexist, racist, or exclusionary comments or jokes are not appropriate. Harassment includes sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, sexual attention or innuendo, deliberate intimidation, stalking, and photography or recording of an individual without consent. It also includes offensive comments related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race or religion.
  2. All communication should be appropriate for a professional audience including people of many different backgrounds. Sexual or sexist language and imagery is not appropriate.
  3. Be kind to others. Do not insult or put down other attendees.

Participants asked to stop any inappropriate behaviour are expected to comply immediately. Attendees violating these rules may be asked to leave the meeting at the sole discretion of the organizers. Any participant who wishes to report a violation of this policy is asked to speak, in confidence, to Bryan Gaensler (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

The above code of conduct is based on the "London Code of Conduct", as originally designed for the conference “Accurate Astrophysics. Correct Cosmology", held in London in July 2015. The London Code was adapted with permission by Andrew Pontzen and Hiranya Peiris from a document by Software Carpentry, which itself derives from original Creative Commons documents by PyCon and Geek Feminism. It is released under a CC-Zero licence for reuse. To help track people's improvements and best practice, please retain this acknowledgement, and log your re-use or modification of this policy at https://github.com/apontzen/london_cc.