Making Fusion Data FAIR - Presentation at ITER
Presentation on Making Fusion Data FAIR
And how to reduce our carbon footprint even before commercial fusion.
EUROfusion General Assembly
The project attended EUROfusion General Assembly and held a presentation entitled "Current status - future implementation?"
1st digital Review meeting with European Commission
The project presented and discussed project achievements in the first year. Two demonstrators were also presented and some of the forthcoming activities.
55th Demokritos Summer School
Fair4Fusion was presented at the 55th Demokritos Summer School, which was held online this year.
http://summerschool.demokritos.gr/ (in greek)
Project and Board meetings in Culham
In February, the project team met in Culham to discuss the project progress and interaction with other projects.
EUROfusion General Assembly
Fair4Fusion was invited to the EUROfusion General Assembly in december to present status and discuss the approach to FAIR principles and potential implementation in FP9.
Garching-Greifswald Theory Meeting
FAIR4Fusion project was presented at the IPP Theory meeting.
EUROfusion IT Group
Progress in the FAIR4fusion project was presented at the EUROFusion IT group meeting.
A poster of the Fair4Fusion project was presented at the symposium.
Event: EOSC Symposium
Dates: 26-28 Nov 2019
Web site: https://www.eoscsecretariat.eu/eosc-symposium
Kickoff sucesfully organised!
The Fair4fusion kickoff meeting was successfully organized on 09-10 October 2019, in Gothenburg, Sweden with the participation of all partners' organizations.
“Fair for Fusion - open access for fusion data in Europe” is a Horizon2020 project, funded by the Euratom research and training programme 2014-2018 under grant agreement No 847612. The project started the implementation of its activities on 01st of September 2019 and all tasks are expected to be completed within 2 years. The overall objective of the work is to make European funded data more widely available to the fusion community, other science communities, funding bodies, and the public at large in order to maximise the impact of, the data and demonstrate the importance of the work done at relevant sites.
During the meeting, the team presented the overall project objectives, re-introduced the work scope of the work packages and engaged in technical discussions. The next meeting is schedule to take place in UK, in January 2020.
Fair4fusion consortium members who attended the kick-off meeting in Gothenburg (from left to right): Terpsithea Ketegeni, Chalmers Tekniska Högskola AB ; Marcin Plociennik , Instytut Chemi Bioorganicznej Polskiej Akademii Nauk; Dmitriy Yadykyn, Chalmers Tekniska Högskola AB; Nathan Cummings, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority; Shaun de Witt, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority; Pär Strand, Chalmers Tekniska Högskola AB, Frédéric Imbeaux, Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives; Joan Decker, Ecole Polytecnhique Federale de Lausanne; Andreas Ikonomopoulos, National Center for Scientific Research "DEMOKRITOS".