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Rethinking about Data Processing in the SKA Era

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As the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope started construction in July 2021, we are also building a team of astronomers and engineers to build the data processing pipeline (the SKA Science Data Processor) for the unprecedented amount of data that will arrive. The huge amount of data to be generated calls for many challenges in the existing methods and algorithms in every aspect of radio astronomy. Here I am going to briefly introduce some of the work the Cambridge SKA Team has been conducting, from developing the initial pipeline prototype of imaging to generating simulation data and developing quality assessment metrics to test the pipelines. I will also list a few ways how the astronomy community can contribute to the initial development of SKA software.

This talk is part of the Institute of Astronomy Seminars series.

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