The Extreme Precision Radial Velocity III Conference is gratefully supported by the following sponsors:
The PA Space Grant Consortium
The PA Space Grant Consortium is one of 52 members of the National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program. Our mission is to expand opportunities for Pennsylvanians to learn about and participate in NASA’s aeronautics and space programs by supporting and enhancing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, research and outreach programs.
Isotech, a world leader in temperature metrology, with over 30 years experience, is celebrating winning a Queen’s Award for the co-development of the Micro-K, an innovative resistance bridge for use in establishing and disseminating the International Temperature Scale (ITS-90).
New England Optical Systems, Inc.
NEOS is the premier engineering and manufacturing company for optical systems working in the near-IR to infrared wavebands. Expertise in optical, mechanical, electrical, and system integration for alignment and stability. NEOS has been serving the Astronomical community since 2008. They have supported projects such as APOGEE, Triplespec, MIRADAS and HPF.
Princeton Infrared Technologies
Princeton Infrared Technologies manufactures Shortwave Infrared (SWIR) image sensors and cameras covering the spectral range of 0.4 to 1.7μm for scientific markets. Our flagship 1280SciCam features both long exposure and high frame rate imaging. PIRT is a fabless semiconductor company leveraging expertise of established foundries to enable maximum quality and value.
Semiconductor Technology Associates, Inc.
STA specializes in the development of custom scientific CCD image sensors, controllers, and complete camera systems. We have designed, fabricated, and delivered purpose built CCDs for applications including astronomical surveys, aerial mapping, direct X-ray detection, and space-based sensors. Contact us to discuss your project’s requirements.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for EPRV III, please contact the LOC.