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21st International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology

23rd - 25th March 2010

University of Oxford and STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

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The 21st ISSTT took place in Oxfordshire, UK, between the 23rd and 25th of March 2010, jointly hosted by Oxford Astrophysics and STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.

The International Symposium on Space THz Technology (ISSTT) began in 1990 and is the premier forum for developers of low-noise sub-millimetre and THz receivers for astronomical and space applications.

The proceedings of previous ISSTT symposia are available from the ISSTT Proceedings Archive, hosted by NRAO.

Proceedings Released Online

The proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology are now available


  • Terahertz Systems and Instruments
  • Heterodyne and Direct Detectors
    (SIS, HEB, TES, KID, Schottky, etc.)
  • THz LO Systems and Components
  • THz Optics, Components and Measurement Techniques
  • Backends for THz Systems

The technical scope of this conference includes millimetre-wave/terahertz instruments for astrophysics and other applications; heterodyne and direct detectors such as SIS, HEB and Schottky mixers; TES, KID and other bolometers; sources such as frequency multipliers, lasers, and other technologies; optics and measurement techniques; and THz systems and backends.

Local Organising Committee

The local organising committee is led by Prof. Ghassan Yassin and Prof. Brian Ellison and can be contacted at isstt2010@physics.ox.ac.uk.

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