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SOLARNET’s 2nd Forum for Telescopes and Databases Free Conference is closed
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Hosted by Markus Roth
Affiliation Kiepenheuer-Institut fuer Sonnenphysik

The meeting took place online via Zoom.

07.12.2020 - 08.12.2020

Organizing institutions

Institute for Solar Physics, Department of Astronomy, Stockholm University

Main category Natural Sciences (Astrophysics and Astrononmy)
Conference/Workshop objectives

The objectives of the meeting were to bring together the operators of the infrastructures participating in the access programme of SOLARNET, their users and the science community to discuss the organization of the access programme, questions, and problems. Input from the users are welcome to learn about their views, wishes and expectations.

 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824135.

 

Local organizing committee

Dan Kiselman

Scientific organizing committee (SOC)
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Mats Carlsson

Session: Main Session

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Presentation of Workpackage 10 Virtual Access at Forum on Telescopes and Databases
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ilaria ermolli

Session: Main Session

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16.12.2020
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Fabrizio Giorgi, Mariarita Murabito, Giorgio Viavattene, Paolo Romano, Salvatore L. Guglielmino, Silvio Giordano, Antonio Volpicelli, Alessandro Marassi, Vincenzo Guido, Francesca Zuccarello
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The IBIS data Archive (IBIS-A) contains data acquired with the Interferometric BIdimensional Spectropolarimeter (IBIS), the imaging spectro-polarimeter based on a dual Fabry-Perot interferometric system that was operated at the focal plane of the Dunn Solar Telescope (DST) of the National Solar Observatory (NSO) from June 2003 to June 2019. Current total volume of IBIS-A is 19 TB of L0 and 3 TB of L1 data from observations performed on 152 days from 2012 to 2019.
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robertus erdelyi

Session: Main Session

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16.12.2020
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Colleagues from SU, UiO, QUB, ASU, Aperio
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WP2.2.3. is about the coordination of development of software tools for solar physics. An inventory will be made for the needs, availability, and future desired directions of computational, visualisation & analysis tools. Together with ongoing discussions this will direct the activities in WP5.
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Miroslav Barta

Session: Main Session

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16.12.2020
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Czech EU ARC-node team, Tim Bastian (NA ARC), Masumi Shimojo (EA ARC)
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This presentation brings a brief overview of the topic of coordinated joint solar observations involving ALMA, large European solar optical facilities and space-born missions. Constraints on various time-scales of the project preparation and execution are mentioned and examined. The presentation summarizes guidelines for proposers aiming at joint high-resolution solar observations involving ALMA observatory.
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Andreas Lagg

Session: Main Session

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16.12.2020
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The Sunrise III consortium
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Sunrise II will offer a fraction of the observing time within the Solarnet Trans-NAtional Access Program. This presentation is intended to present Sunrise to the Solarnet community.
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Nazaret Bello González

Session: Main Session

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17.12.2020
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Peter Caligari, Petri kehusmaa & Nazaret Bello González
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We present the plans of the developing KIS Science Data Centre on the management of ground-based solar data volumes in the era of DKIST and EST Telescopes.
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Oskar Steiner

Session: Main Session

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18.12.2020
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Overview of the Solarnet access program to HPC with Piz Daint.
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Robbe Vansintjan

Session: Main Session

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Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) datacenter at The Royal Observatory of Belgium.
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