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Day 1: Monday 13th

09:00-09:20Engaging SKA: a research infrastructure for radioastronomy and SKA in PortugalDomingos Barbosa
09:20-09:40An update of SKA1Jeff Wagg
09:40-10:00Status of MeerKATFernando Camilo
10:00-10:20The real-time European VLBI Network (e-EVN), a pathfinder for SKAFrancisco Colomer
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-11:25MeerKAT large survey projectsMario Santos
11:25-11:50The Low frequency Array and the power of radio surveysLeah Morabito
11:50-12:15Extracting the science from radio continuum surveysRay Norris
12:15-12:3521 cm intensity maps: extraction of the cosmological signalIsabella Carucci
12:35-13:45Lunch Break
13:45-14:15Exploiting galaxy-21 cm synergies to shed light on the Epoch od ReionizationPratika Dayal
14:15-14:30e-MERLINJavier Moldon
14:30-15:15hands-on QA and data processing with the e-MERLIN CASA pipelineJavier Moldon
15:15-15:35Coffee Break
15:35-16:00New insights into the AGN disk-jet physics from radio and optical astrometry dataYuri Kovalev
16:00-16:20Chasing binary SMBHSonia Antón
16:20-16:40Searching for the first radio galaxiesIsrael Matute
16:40-17:00The first Super Massive Black Holes: indications from models for future observationsStergios Amarantidis
17:00-18:00Round table

Day 2: Tuesday 14th

09:00-09:25Neutrinos from a blazar jet and the birth of non-stellar neutrino astronomyPaolo Padovani
09:25-09:50SKA-VLBI key contribution to multi-messenger astronomyCristina Miró-Garcia
09:50-10:15Radio TransientsRobert Fender
10:15-10:35Non-thermal emission from novaeValério Ribeiro
10:35-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-11:25Fundamental Physics with pulsars in the SKA eraPaulo Freire
11:25-11:45Understanding the Neutron Star Physics with the SKAVioletta Sagun
11:45-12:05The HI survey of galaxies hosting bright explosions of massive stars: setting the ground for the SKAMaryam Arabsalmani
12:05-12:25Multi-physics simulations with AMUSETjarda Boekholt
12:25-13:45Lunch Break
13:45-14:10Multi-messenger machine learning for the SKAAnna Scaiffe
14:10-14:30Efficient Source Finding for Radio Interferometric ImagesLuis Lucas
14:30-14:50Portuguese SKA bridging: PaaS and system software for SKADzianis Bartashevich
14:50-15:20hands-on SKA data ChallengesAnna Bonaldi
15:20-15:40Coffee Break
15:40-16:00SKA data challengesBruno Coelho
16:00-16:20Big Data with KAFE and TOASTSandra Burkutean
16:20-16:40CIRADA: Building a Multiwavelength Value Added Data Catalogue of VLASS Radio GalaxiesYjan Gordon
16:40-17:00HI in the late type galaxies of galaxy clustersTom Scott
20:00-23:00Conference dinner

Day 3: Wednesday 15th

09:00-09:25(Re)solving the riddle about the size of GRB 170817A through global VLBI observationsOm Sharan Salafia
09:25-09:45Probing cosmic (super)strings with gravitational wavesLaura Sousa
09:45-10:10Fast radio bursts, cosmic rays, and gravitational waves, oh my! Recent results from ASKAP and the MWAClancy James
10:10-10:30Poster presentation
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-11:25Gamma-ray astronomy in contextAlessandro de Angelis
11:25-11:45Future gamma-ray mission’s polarimetric prospectsRui Silva
11:45-12:05Future wide field of view gamma-ray Observatory in the Southern HemisphereGiovanni Mura
12:05-12:30Detection of the thermonuclear X-ray bursts and dips from the neutron star 4U 1323-62 with AstroSat/LAXPC.Yashpal Bhulla
12:30-13:45Lunch Break
13:45-14:10Bridging ALMA and SKA – the scientific potential of the largest interferometers working togetherHugo Messias
14:10-14:35User interaction models: the case of ALMA and the recommendations for SKAElisabetta Liuzzo
14:30-14:55Spectral Tracers of Hot Molecular Cores: The Case of Collision Partners of H2Edgar Mendonza
14:55-15:15Growing radio-interferometry expertise in Portugal: the PACECiro Papparlardo
15:15-15:30Science Meeting ends