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LOFAR, the Low Frequency Array, is designed and built by ASTRON Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy, part of the NetherlandsOrganisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
Scientists from both organisations will collaborate at the newly established ASTRON & IBM Centre for Exascale Technology in Dwingeloo, in the Netherlands.
The international team of astronomers looking for new pulsars with LOFAR is led by Jason Hessels, from ASTRON and the University of Amsterdam, and Ben Stappers, from the University Manchester.
As part of the global effort to solve this unprecedented challenge, last year, ASTRON and IBM launched a public-private partnership called DOME, to develop a fundamental IT roadmap for the SKA.
In evaluating ONYX Thrive software, Jan Hodek, Business Unit Director at ASTRON print, said he was looking for precision processing because data is becoming increasingly complex.
Washington, Nov 23 (ANI): Astronomers at ASTRON demonstrated the feasibility of a new receiver technology by simultaneously detecting the radio signals of two widely separated pulsars - the observation will have a great impact on radio astronomy.
9 million EURO, five-year collaboration will materialize in Drenthe, the Netherlands at the newly established ASTRON & IBM Center for Exascale Technology
It's also fantastic to have the UK astronomical community fully onboard -- they will help ensure that this transformational new telescope is fully exploited scientifically -- we're looking forward to the first results," said Professor Mike Garrett, ASTRON.