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"Laboratory measurements in VESPA"

29-30 November 2018, Rome, Italy


Objectives of the meeting

The VESPA Laboratory measurements workshop will be devoted to a discussion on data models describing laboratory data and how to extend/adapt the VESPA EPNcore data model to efficiently manage this kind of data, keeping in mind also other applicative purposes. The output of the workshop will be a preliminary set of recommendations and possibly a draft guideline on the management of laboratory data. 

This includes

  • Review existing description and sharing standards for various types of laboratory samples, in particularly solid spectroscopy measurements.
  • Study how the VESPA data model could be extended to efficiently manage the laboratory data.
  • Laboratory measurements, solid surfaces. 
  • Finalize EPN-TAP parameters for solid spectroscopy and identifying a minimal standard description for field studies. A refined description for more specific purposes (e.g. SSHADE). 
  • How do query VESPA spectral services from GIS applications?
  • Thermodynamic measurements, T/P depend data.

This workshop will gather VESPA people including SSHADE and any other external experts interested in the subject. The workshop will start on Thursday 29 November (10:30) and finish on Friday 30 November (13:00). The format of the workshop will consist in presentations always followed by discussion.


Tentative agenda:

Thursday 29 November

[coffee-break, 10:00-10:30; lunch at the canteen, 12:30-13:30; coffee-break, 15:00-15:30]


10.00 -10.30

Coffee break

 

10:30 -18.00

Introduction 

M.T. Capria/ S. Erard


S. Erard

SSHADE data model : samples, experiments and spectra description

==> SSDM-JRA-Rome_29Nov18_Schmitt.pdf

B. Schmitt


How to deal with T and P dependent measurements : exemple of thermodynamic data

B. Schmitt



A data model for Multi-Parameterized querying where spectral data meets GIS-based mapping archive 

==> Damore_VESPA….pptx

(Andrea Naß, Mario d'Amore, Jörn Helbert, and Ralf Jaumann)

M. d’Amore


How to deal with TA products?

all


Discussion



[Social dinner in Frascati (TBC – the dinner is an exra cost and is not covered by the organizers)]


Friday 29 November




[lunch at the canteen, 13:00-14:00; coffee-break, 10:30-11:00]


9:00 - 13:00

Bidirectional Reflectance Spectroscopy, mineral detection and semiquantitative analysis: parameters relevant for a description of the data.

C. Carli


Dimensional characterizaton of particulated samples: parameters relevant for a description.

R. Politi


Review of the current EPN TAP parameters for solid spectroscopy, the available data service and further refined description for field studies purposes.

S. Erard/ S. Ivanovski/all


Discussion: What additional EPN-TAP parameters do we need to describe solid spectroscopy data? Description for field studies. 

all


Conclusions: next steps

S. Erard/ M. T. Capria/all

13:00

End of the meeting





Participants

Name

Affiliation

Brandt, Carlos

Jacobs University Bremen

Capria, Maria Teresa

IAPS - INAF

Carli, Cristian

IAPS - INAF

D’Amore, Mario

DLR

Erard, Stéphane

Obs. Paris, FR

Fonte, Sergio

IAPS - INAF

Ivanovski, Stavro

IAPS - INAF

Le Sidaner, Pierre

Obs. Paris, FR

Politi, Romolo

IAPS - INAF

Rognini, EdoardoIAPS - INAF

Schmitt, Bernard

IPAG - CNRS

Bollard, Philippe

IPAG - CNRS

Zinzi, AngeloSSDC - ASI
Giardino, MarcoSSDC - ASI

Venue

The workshop will be organized at Istituto di Astrofisica e Planetologia Spaziali (IAPS) - INAF, room IB09.


Area di Ricerca di Tor Vergata (http://www.artov.rm.cnr.it), Rome, Italy.

Address: Via del Fosso del Cavaliere 100 - 00133 Roma

You need to check in at the entrance.

Post meeting actions

  • Setup a sandbox in ObsParis, install the current 4 spectral services (PDS_speclib, SSHADE, 2 DLR ones). Install special registry including these services Pierre Le SidanerStéphane ErardmariodamoreDamien Albert
  • Then test queries / consistency on all 4 services; test new parameters in particular. @all




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