The Fourth HELIO Coordinated Data Analysis Workshop (CDAW) will be held during September 2012 in the School of Physics of Trinity College Dublin (TCD).
The purpose of this CDAW is to provide an opportunity for the heliophysics community to learn about the capabilities of HELIO and discover how they can be used to address science use cases. Feedback from the CDAWs also help us determine how the HELIO infrastructure should be extended.
The goal of the workshop is to exercise the HELIO infrastructure based on a selection of use cases and verify of the functionality of the services and their level of integration.
Primary Science Objective
The general objective is to exercise the infrastructure by studying use cases that require observations made at multiple points in the Solar System, as e.g. propagation studies of CMEs and SEPs from their solar source toward 1 AU and beyond.
One specific objective is to examine how well the propagation tools that we are developing actually help determine the timing of the required remote sensing and in-situ observations. This will help us identify what improvements and developments are required for this capability.
More information about the science goals is available here.
Preliminary details of the Meeting Schedule
Details of the Venue, Transportation, Accommodation, etc.
RegistrationRegistration is closed.
Click here to see a list of participants that attended the CDAW.
OrganisersSOC: Bob Bentley (UCL-MSSL), Peter Gallagher (TCD; Chair), Baptiste Cecconi (Obs. Paris), Benoit Lavraud (UPST), Astrid Veronig (U. Graz), Alex Young (NASA-GSFC), Hermann Opgenoorth (IRFU), Mauro Messerotti (INAF)
LOC: Shaun Bloomfield, David O'Callaghan, Peter Gallagher (Chair), Gabriele Pierantoni, David Peres-Suarez
Last modified: RDB, 23 June 2012