From left to right: Engineering Intern Jake Jones, Data Manager Greg Sleap, Project Officer Mia Walker, Director Melanie Johnston-Hollitt, Software Engineer Andrew Williams, Fieldwork Coordinator Andrew McPhail, and Hardware Manager David Emrich.
Previous MWA Director Randall Wayth.
The Altair corporation has awarded Curtin University student Daniel Ung 1st prize in the 2016 FEKO student competition for his work with Adrian Sutinjo titled "Embedded Element Pattern Beam Model for Murchison Widefield Array"
Contractors from nearby community, Pia Wajarri.
Operations team members Kim Steele and Mia Walker with fibre used in long-baseline tile tests.
ia Walker, David Emrich and David Kenney at the MRO. This photo was taken to celebrate the MWA team nomination for the 2018 Curtin Vice Chancellor's Excellence in Leadership Award.
Proud builders of the EDA, Mia Walker, Kim Steele, David Kenney and Luke Horsley.
The first build group for the hexagon compact configuration tiles (Phase IIa). David Emrich, Luke Horsley, Kim Steele, Rusty Mundorf, Robert Bavisotto, William Fiore, Kaleb Maraccini, Greg Rowbotham.
The second build group for the hexagon compact configuration tiles (Phase IIa). David Emrich, Kim Steele, Mia Walker, Greg Rowbotham, Joshua Kerrgian, Adam Lanman, Wenyang Li, Nichole Barry, Ruby Bryne.
The (mostly) student team that constructed the original 128T.
Geraldton company GCo Electrical did most of the heavy lifting during the roll-out of the long baseline tiles.
The build team for the first prototype SKA-Low station, AAVS1, at the entrance gate to the MRO.
Kim Steele, Mia Walker and Luke Horsley dialling in to the Phase II launch event, from site at one of the long baseline tiles.
Curtin Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry, Parliamentary Secretary Chris Tallentire, Federal Minister, the Hon Michaelia Cash and MWA Director, Professor Melanie Johnston-Hollitt, after the official Phase II launch. In the background is a Phase II image of Fornax A made by Curtin's Dr Benjamin McKinley.
INAF and Curtin University team members who worked to install the latest prototype SKA-Low antennas.