Casadio C., Blinov D., Readhead A. C. S., Browne I. W. A., Wilkinson P. N., Hovatta T., Mandarakas N., et al., 2021, MNRAS, 507, L6

Loudas N., Pavlidou V., Casadio C., Tassis K., 2022, A&A, 668, A166


The first SMILE meeting was held on October 10-12 2022, with the discussions on the following:

October 10, 2022
A. Constraining the abundance of DM sub-galactic halos
B. Discussion on the Database Organising/Downloading etc.

October 11, 2022
C. Optical counterparts, redshifts
D. Search for Milli-lens Candidates
E. Data calibration and imaging

October 12, 2022
F. Project Management and Collaboration
G. Studies of non-milli-lens candidates

Finally, the meeting was concluded following a Seminar by Prof. Peter Wilkinson titled “Is there an isotropic radio background in addition to the CMBR?" 

IA-FORTH/U. of Crete: Dr Carolina Casadio, Dr Vasiliki Pavlidou, Dr Dmitry Blinov, Dr Kostas Tassis, Dr Andreas Zezas, Dr Valentina Missaglia, Dr Felix Poetzl, Mr Diego Álvarez-Ortega, Mr Nikolaos Loudas, Mr George Kalaitzidakis, Mr Avinash Kumar.
Stanford University: Prof Roger Blandford
U. of Manchester: Prof Peter N. Wilkinson
California Institute of Technology: Prof Anthony C. Readhead
Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy: Dr Michael Janssen

SMILE meeting Kick Off group picture

Participants of the first SMILE meeting


Search for Milli-Lenses(SMILE) to discriminate between Dark Matter Models - Seminar: Dr Carolina Casadio, IA-FORTH