3-4 March 2021
Europe/Prague timezone

Join the 1st ELI Scientific Data and Computing Workshop!

The first ELI Workshop dedicated to Data and Computing will take place as an ONLINE event on 3-4 March 2021.

Registration to the event is mandatory. Please, register here. Connection details will only be shared with registrants.

The meeting will bring together ELI Engineering Teams, Control Systems, Software Engineering and all IT Teams, ELI Lasers Operations Teams and ELI Scientists working on the commissioning of the experiments allowing them to share the latest status updates but, most important, allowing them to share the Data and all Data-related challenges that they have identified so far.

The ELI Facilities are already starting to produce Data. Giving reliable access to quality data comes with a number of challenges. The Photon and Neutron Open Science Cloud (PaNOSC) is a European project involving key European Research Infrastructures of the Photon and Neutron (PaN) community committed to making FAIR data (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Re-usable) a reality and developing and providing services for scientific data connected to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). In this context, our teams are working on the integration and further development of these tools and services for ELI.

Keynote speakers, members of the PaN community, will join the workshop and share their experience and presenting how similar tools and services have been used/integrated to tackle similar challenges at different Research Infrastructures.

The Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) is the world’s most advanced international laser research infrastructure. It provides the scientific community with access to a new generation of laser technologies delivering sources of ultra-intense high-energy particle beams and ultra-bright radiation in the shortest timescales for multidisciplinary applications in a wide range of disciplines including materials sciences, engineering, medicine, biology, chemistry, and astrophysics. ELI consists of three complementary facilities located in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania.

The ELI facilities will be operated as an integrated organisation, the ELI European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ELI ERIC), which is in the process of being established.