status: Recognised & Endorsed
Chair (s): Amber Boehnlein, Brian Matthews, Frank Schluenzen, Thomas Proffen
Group Email: [group_email]
Status: Recognized & Endorsed
This Interest Group will focus on data related issues of science applications associated with large scale source facilities, including: synchrotron x-ray sources, free-electron laser x-ray sources, reactor and spallation neutron sources, muon sources, large electron microscope, NMR and high-powered laser facilities, which are used typically for investigations into the structure of matter at micro or nano scale.
These facilities are characterised by a central facility providing access to scarce and specialised instruments which are typically beyond the means of single research groups, and are thus shared and used by many research teams to conduct experiments. These experiments come from a wide range of disciplines including chemistry, biochemistry, pharmaceuticals, biology, metallurgy, engineering, materials science, palaeontology and archaeology. The user communities are rather heterogeneous, volatile and globally distributed. Issues to be tackled are hence bound to be global and interdisciplinary requiring a decent level of standardization and interoperability.
Sharing FAIR Data on COVID research at Photon and Neutron Facilities
A draft programme would be as follows.
IG Research data needs of the Photon and Neutron Science community - RDA 13th Plenary Meeting
Meeting title: Approaches to FAIR data publishing within Large-Scale Analytic Facilities
Collaborative session notes: coming soon