This is the current working wiki for the Compact Objects with ASKAP — Searching and Timing (COAST) project: (COAST wiki) The early planning for pulsar observing with the Australian Square Kilometre Array pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope is preserved here: (Old ASKAP wiki)
Timing array projects are looking to detect gravitational waves by detecting correlations between residuals on an ‘array’ of pulsars. This requires high precision timing on a number of pulsars distributed on the sky.
A collaboration between the Parkes, North-American and European timing array projects.
A timing array based at the Parkes radio telescope, aiming to time 20 pulsars with <100ns residuals. PPTA Wiki
A timing array project using 5 telescopes in Europe. EPTA wiki
The North American NanoHertz Observatory for Gravitational Waves NANOGrav homepage
The pulsar timing database used to help gamma-ray astronomers find pulsations
Here are the parameters of the SKA virtual telescope, which covers stages A, B and C of the SKA. It also contains the list of SVT-proposals. http://webmail.jb.man.ac.uk/SKAwiki/VirtualTelescope