LOFAR4SW FINAL DEMO SESSION
Online, 14 February 2022
The Horizon 2020 (H2020) INFRADEV design project, LOFAR for Space Weather (LOFAR4SW), ends on 28 February 2022. The project’s primary goal was to develop the conceptual and technical design of the upgrade of the LOFAR international telescope to open up the possibility of using it for space weather purposes.
On 14 February the Project team is organising the Final Demo Session. The aim of the meeting is to present to prospective users the outcomes of the LOFAR4SW project. During the meeting, the focus will be placed on the new possibilities that can be opened by the fully implemented LOFAR4SW infrastructure in the context of studying space weather.
The plans and possibilities for its further implementation will also be discussed in order to try to find a common ground for future exploitation of the results.
LOFAR4SW Final Demo Session - 14 February 2020 - Agenda Outline (12:00 UT-15:00 UT)
Please note that hours are given in UT!
12:00 UT - Welcome/Outline - Hanna Rothkaehl, CBK-PAN, PL
12:05 UT - Overview of the LOFAR4SW Project Final Design - Maaijke Mevius, ASTRON, NL
12:35 UT - Solar Data Products and Operational Scenario - Nicole Vilmer, OBSPARIS, FR, and Eoin Carley, DIAS, IE
12:50 UT - Heliosphere Data Products and Operational Scenario - Richard Fallows, ASTRON, NL
13:05 UT - Ionosphere Data products and Operational Scenario - Hanna Rothkaehl, CBK-PAN, PL
13:20 UT - Short break
13:35 UT - LOFAR4SW Implementation Plan and Future Action (Roadmap) - Carla Baldovin, ASTRON, NL
14:00 UT - Q&A Session - Nicole Vilmer, OBSPARIS, FR
14:55 UT - Summary and Close - Barbara Matyjasiak, CBK-PAN, PL
WP8 (H. Rothkaehl (CBK PAN), B. Matyjasiak (CBK PAN)) and LOFAR4SW Consortium
The LOFAR4SW Final Demo Session will be held on 14 February 2022 as a 3 hour, online event. We plan to host the meeting on the Zoom platform, thus, if your organisation does not allow the use of this platform, please inform us as soon as possible - we can provide telephone call-in numbers.
Participation in the meeting is possible for invited users and also to a limited number (based on first come first served) of interested community members who will apply for participation by filling out the registration form.
Participation in the meeting is free of charge, however, participants will need to register before the event starts.
More information will be provided closer to the date of the event.
LOFAR4SW project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Programme H2020-INFRADEV-2017-1 under grant agreement No 777442.