Latest Past Events

ACAMAR Themed Workshop on VLBI: Towards a Sino-Australia high-sensitivity VLBI array


China and Australia are located in similar time zones, and an equatorial region of the sky can be simultaneously observed by telescopes in both countries. In addition, the combined array including the Chinese VLBI Network, the southern hemisphere Long Baseline Array (LBA), the Indian GMRT and the South African SKA can offer excellent uv-coverage for […]

ACAMAR 8 Workshop


This year marks the 50th year of Australia-China diplomatic relations and there will be an impressive line-up of invited speakers as well as plenty of opportunity for members of both the Australian and Chinese communities to present their latest research. The workshop will cover all areas of astronomical collaboration between Australian and China.

ACAMAR Meeting on Astroparticle Physics, 22-24 June 2022


Astroparticle physics is a rapidly emerging field at the intersection of particle physics and astrophysics. China and Australia are both key players in this field, with involvements in a number of world-leading facilities, and host to major theoretical activities. This workshop in particular looked at the nature of dark matter, other 'cosmic relics' and studies of high-energy particles and their origins.