Casey J Law
An Astronomer in the UC Berkeley Radio Astronomy Lab. I am interested in fast radio transients, data-intensive science, Python, and Civic Hacking.
Fast Imaging with Radio Interferometers
Using radio interferometers as high-speed cameras to capture millisecond impulses from rare transients like fast radio bursts, pulsars, and stars.
VLA "realfast" project
Developing the Very Large Array as a real-time, commensal transient search platform.
VLA Sky Survey
I am co-chair of the technical working group for an ambitious new sky survey with the world's most sensitive radio interferometer.
Docker in Astronomy
Tue 15 March 2016
An Open Notebook for Reanalysis of Fast Radio Bursts DMs
Mon 30 November 2015
Opening Access to Fast Radio Interferometric Imaging
Thu 19 November 2015
The Disperson Measures of Fast Radio Bursts
Fri 22 May 2015
A Millisecond Interferometric Search for Fast Radio Bursts with the Very Large Array
Tue 23 December 2014
The RRAT Trap: Interferometric Localization of Radio Pulses from J0628+0909
Thu 30 August 2012
All Transients, All the Time: Real-Time Radio Transient Detection with Interferometric Closure Quantities
Tue 14 February 2012
Millisecond Imaging of Radio Transients with the Pocket Correlator
Wed 10 August 2011
A Constraint on the Organization of the Galactic Center Magnetic Field Using Faraday Rotation
Thu 10 February 2011
Spectropolarimetry with the Allen Telescope Array: Faraday Rotation toward Bright Polarized Radio Galaxies
Sat 04 December 2010