Coordination Action for the integration of


Solar System Infrastructures and Science

Community Coordination Meetings

Space Weather Community

Meeting: 7th European Space Weather Week (ESWW 2010)
Date & Venue:    15-19 November 2010; Bruges, Belgium
Web Site: ESWW-7

The list of Participants in the Workshop is not available.


An oral presentation entitled "CASSIS – Moving forwards on Standards and Interoperability" has been given by R.D. Bentley in plenary Session 4 – Space Weather Products and Services (18 November 2010; Chairs: C. Jacquey and L. Trichtchenko). The relevant abstract reported in the following illustrates the key points that were focused on the aspects of interest for the SWx community.

Abstract:
The research community is creating an increasingly rich and diverse set of tools that can be used to support different types of science including Space Weather, heliophysics, etc. Many of these are of use to virtual observatories and other projects in a way that goes far beyond what the originators envisaged.

The Coordination Action for the integration of Solar System Infrastructure and Science, CASSIS, is intended to stimulate the development of standards and techniques that will improve the interoperability of data and services used in Solar System science. Through these activities we hope to improve the quality and usefulness of products and facilitate science that had not been possible before.

CASSIS is a new project funded under FP7 that started in June 2010. It includes partners from the HELIO, SOTERIA and Europlanet RI projects as well as involving groups like ESA, NASA, NOAA and UCLA. We welcome the participation of all interested parties in the discussion and hope that this will lead to significant advances in this important area.


 

Coordination

Coordination Activities


CC Meetings

CESRA Workshop
La Roche en Ardenne,
Belgium

EAST Workshop
Tatranska Lomnica,
Slovakia

ESWW 2010
Bruges, Belgium

ESWW 2011
Namur, Belgium

ESWW 2012
Brussels, Belgium

ESWW 2013
Antwerp, Belgium

SEPServer
Athens, Greece

Science Operations
Madrid, Spain  


Standards

IVOA and IPDA


Projects

Solar Orbiter

SOLARNET