European Interferometry Initiative (Eii)
2002-01-30 Heidelberg Germany
30 Jan 2002, Heidelberg (Germany).
Facilitate communications and collaborations between European scientists and institutes working on optical long-baseline interferometry for astronomy; exploit synergy within Europe in order to produce world leading science in the field of optical long-baseline interferometry; work toward integration of education activities on an European scale; work toward an European vision on the long term future of optical long-baseline interferometry.
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