We plan to study a similar set of topics to those covered in CDAW-2 but perhaps exploring them in different ways.
There are quite a few new people attending this time and they will without doubt stress the system in different ways. There have been many changes to the system, with new features added and fixes to a number of problems that have been identified.
HELIO is intended to provide something that us useful for the user so it is important to understand what is being done correctly and in which areas we need to change or correct things.
Material related to the papers used in CDAW-2 can be found here. Note that, if possible, we would like to identify papers that support the general objectives shown below. Using different data with modified objectives will help us determine how users want to interact with the data and use the system.
Observing events from different vantage pointsThe idea here would be to use the HELIO catalogues and other services to look for common events and then go out and try to find suitable data. Examples of this type of study might include:
Following propagating phenomena
RDB, February 2012