Participating Groups & Organizations
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AstroTech participants will have an opportunity to network with the broader astronomical instrumentation community. In addition to the instructional team, individuals from industry, government, and academic organizations will spend a day or more at AstroTech, giving feedback on instrument designs and participating in career networking sessions. This will enable AstroTech participants to learn about different career paths and opportunities in instrumentation, as well as expand their network.
Participating groups and organizations for AstroTech 2022 include:
|Gemini Observatory / NSF’s NOIR Lab||View Website|
|Keck All-Sky Precision Adaptive Optics (KAPA)
The KAPA project includes team members from W.M. Keck Observatory, UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC Santa Cruz, UC San Diego, UC Davis, Caltech, and University of Hawaii
|Laboratory for Adaptive Optics at the University of California Santa Cruz||View Website|
|Space Sciences Laboratory at the University of California Berkeley||View Website|
|Teledyne Imaging Sensors||View Website|
|W. M. Keck Observatory||View Website|
If your organization or group is interested in participating in AstroTech, please contact one of the AstroTech Co-Principal Investigators: Lisa Hunter (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jessica Lu (email@example.com).
Individuals with questions about AstroTech should contact AstroTech program staff – firstname.lastname@example.org
AstroTech is funded by the Heising-Simons Foundation and by the National Science Foundation through the Keck All-Sky Precision Adaptive Optics (KAPA) project (AST #1836016).