Friday, November 20, 2015

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The Data Management (DM) Leadership Team held their quarterly meeting in Princeton this week.  The primary result was an agreement on refinements to the DM Roadmap, the milestone plan for construction and commissioning.  

LSST’s online forum for technical discussion and support of community software is available for all to join at community.lsst.org.

Interested scientists can now self-subscribe to the LSST science mailing list; see the sidebar on lsst.org/scientists for instruction on how to join. 

Bo Xin et al's paper on the LSST curvature wavefront sensing algorithm was published in Applied Optics (http://arxiv.org/abs/1506.04839) and linked to the LSST Publications Page which now support the capability to filter by lead authors.


The LSST Transients and Variable Stars Science Collaboration has named Federica Bianco (NYU) as their new co-chair, who will replace Lucianne Walkowicz.  Many thanks to Lucianne for her leadership for many years, and welcome to Federica!


James Parsons joined the team at NCSA as a Research Programmer where he’ll be working on the processing control software for LSST alert production.


(those with asterisk* are LSSTC funded)

November 19-21, 2015

Towards Science in Chile with LSST*, La Serena, Chile

December 14-15, 2015

Foreground Physical Effects on Weak Lensing Science*, UC Davis

January 7, 2016

LSST Town Hall, 6: 30pm @AAS 227, Kissimmee, FL

February 22-24, 2016

LSST Joint Technical Meeting, Santa Cruz, CA

March 7-11, 2016

LSST Dark Energy Science Collaboration (DESC) meeting, SLAC

March 8-10, 2016

2nd Annual US-Chile Education Summit, Chile

April 11-13, 2016

LSSTC Board Meeting* in Washington, DC

May 24-26, 2016

XLDB 2016 Conference and Workshop, SLAC

June 20-24, 2016

LSST@Europe2*, Belgrade, Serbia

June 28-July 1, 2016

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation, Edinburgh, Scotland

July 18-22, 2016

LSST DESC meeting, at Oxford, UK

August 15-19, 2016

LSST 2016 Project & Science Workshop


El equipo de Liderazgo del Data Management celebró su reunión trimestral en Princeton esta semana. El resultado primario fue un acuerdo sobre mejoras y refinamientos al escema del DM (Roadmap), la meta para la construcción y puesta en marcha.

El foro en línea del LSST para la discusión técnica y apoyo de software de la comunidad está disponible para todos a unirse a community.lsst.org.

Científicos interesados pueden ahora auto-suscribirse a la lista de distribución de correos de ciencia de LSST; vea el recuadro en lsst.org/scientists para instrucciones sobre cómo unirse.

El papel de Bo Xin et al sobre la detección del algoritmo de la curvatura de la frente de onda de LSST fue publicado en Applied Optics (http://arxiv.org/abs/1506.04839) y vinculado a la Página de Publicaciones LSST que ahora admite la capacidad para filtrar por autores principales.


Los Transitorios de LSST y la Colaboración de Ciencia de Estrellas Variables ha nombrado Federica Bianco (NYU) como su nueva co-presidente, quien reemplazará Lucianne Walkowicz. Muchas gracias a Lucianne por su liderazgo durante muchos años, y bienvenido a Federica!


James Parsons se unió al equipo en NCSA como un Programador de Investigación donde va a estar trabajando en el software de procesando el control para la producción de alerta LSST.


(aquellos con asterisco * son financiado por LSSTC)

19-21 de Noviembre 2015

Towards Science in Chile with LSST*, La Serena, Chile

14-15 de Diciembre 2015

Foreground Physical Effects on Weak Lensing Science*, UC Davis

7 de Enero 2016

LSST Town Hall, 6: 30pm @AAS 227, Kissimmee, FL

22-24 de Febrero 2016

Reunión Técnica Conjunta LSST, Santa Cruz, CA

7-11 de Marzo 2016

LSST Colaboración de Ciencia de Energía Oscura (DESC) meeting, SLAC

8-10 de Marzo 2016

2a Cumbre annual  US-Chile Education Summit, Chile

11-13 de Abril 2016

Reunión de la Junta LSSTC* en Washington, DC

24-26 de Mayo 2016

XLDB 2016 Conferencia y Tallar , SLAC

20-24 de Junio 2016

LSST@Europe2*, Belgrade, Serbia

28 de Junio – 1 de Julio 2016

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation, Edinburgh, Scotland

18-22 de Julio 2016

LSST DESC meeting, at Oxford, UK

15-19 de Agosto 2016

LSST 2016 Proyecto y Taller Científico


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