STCE annual meeting

Europe/Brussels
Meridian (Space Pole)

Meridian

Space Pole

Description

Another year has passed. Time for the STCE annual meeting.

During the past editions, we visited many groups working at the Space Pole and discovered hidden pearls, tools, machines, experiments, infrastructure, cellars, roofs, holes of which many of us weren't aware.

For the 2018 edition, we want to check which assets and expertise we can bring together. It can create an added value and serve our colleagues and other groups at the plateau.

PECASUS, the UV-group and Cosmic Rays research group  are collaborations that exceed the boundaries of the RMI, ROB or BIRA-IASB. These 3 collaborative projects will present their successes and the problems they came across. 

With these examples in mind, we will try to figure out how we can work more closely together with the 3 institutes within the frame of the STCE. We try to answer the following question:

How can the 

  • Operational IT infrastructure;
  • Hardware, technical labo's;
  • Service; 
  • Educational and training activities;

present or performed in my group serve others and other groups at the plateau or the STCE? How can we organise ourselves better on these 4 levels?

And reversed, what can the STCE do to serve you?  

Participants
  • Andrei Zhukov
  • Andy Delcloo
  • Antonio Martinez
  • Bram Beeckman
  • Bruno Bertrand
  • Caroline Kussé
  • Christian Conscience
  • Christian Muller
  • Christophe Jean
  • Christophe Marqué
  • Cis Verbeeck
  • Danislav Sapundjiev
  • David Berghmans
  • David Duval
  • edith botek
  • Elena Podladchikova
  • Elke D'Huys
  • Emil Kraaikamp
  • Eric Pottiaux
  • Erwin De Donder
  • Fabien Darrouzet
  • Frédéric Clette
  • Herbert Gunell
  • Hervé Lamy
  • Hugo De Backer
  • Jan Janssens
  • Jasmina Magdalenic
  • Jef Cardoen
  • Jennifer O'Hara
  • Johan De Keyser
  • Judith de Patoul
  • Jurgen Vanhamel
  • Koen Stegen
  • Laure Lefevre
  • Laurence Wauters
  • Laurent Delobbe
  • Laurent Dolla
  • Lenka Zychova
  • Lê Binh San Pham
  • Marilena Mierla
  • Mark Dierckxsens
  • Martine De Maziere
  • Matthew West
  • Miriam Cisneros
  • Neophytos Messios
  • Nicolas Bergeot
  • Norma Crosby
  • Nuno Pereira
  • Petra Vanlommel
  • Roeland Van Malderen
  • Sabrina Bechet
  • Samuel GISSOT
  • Sarah Willems
  • Simon Chabrillat
  • Sophie Chabanski
  • Stan Stankov
  • Steven Dewitte
  • Stijn Calders
  • Stijn Nevens
  • Sylvain Ranvier
  • Thanassis Katsiyannis
  • Tobias Verhulst
  • Veerle De Bock
  • Viviane Pierrard
  • Yuriy Voytenko
    • 09:30 10:00
      Welcome coffee 30m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

      Doors are open.

    • 10:00 10:05
      Ronalds speech 5m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

      Speaker: Dr Ronald Van der Linden
    • 10:05 10:20
      PECASUS 15m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

      Speaker: David Berghmans
      Slides
    • 10:20 10:35
      Surface UV radiation 15m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

      Speaker: Hugo De Backer
      Slides
    • 10:35 10:50
      Cosmic Rays 15m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

      Speaker: Stan Stankov
      Slides
    • 10:50 10:55
      Space radiation effects 5m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

      Speaker: Fabiana Dapieve
      Slides
    • 10:55 11:00
      On your way to the discussion groups 5m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

    • 11:00 11:30
      Discussion on Education 30m ROB directors' house

      ROB directors' house

      What can the STCE do to serve you?’. And reversed 'How can my expertise and what I do serve STCE/plateau colleagues?’ Education is a way to share your expertise. What is education? Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills and expertise. Education is tailored to the background and needs of the trainees and uses the appropriate tools, teaching methods and strategies. An evaluation can be performed to check if the required competences are met. A training program can be recurrent and/or organised when required and can include training material. Example of an educational activity: seminar.
      Speaker: Cis Verbeeck
    • 11:00 11:30
      Discussion on Hardware and technical labo's 30m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

      Hardware for computing and electronics (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardware) The technical labo's include for example milling machinery.
      Speaker: Eddy Neefs
    • 11:30 11:40
      On your way to the discussion groups 10m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

    • 11:40 12:10
      Discussion on Operational IT Infrastructure 30m ROB director's house ()

      ROB director's house

      Speaker: Michel Kruglanski
    • 11:40 12:10
      Discussion on Services 30m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

      What can the STCE do to serve you? And reversed 'How can my expertise that I gained in operational services help the STCE/plateau colleagues?’ Services concerned are provided to customers outside the space pole, e.g. meteo service, space weather service, seismic service, etc. A service is about providing * data, e.g. International Sunspot Number or, * interpretation of data, e.g. meteo forecast or, * information and education, e.g. news items posted on a website.
      Speaker: Pascale Defraigne
    • 12:10 12:20
      reconvene and grab another coffee 10m Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

    • 12:20 13:00
      Discussion groups presentations Meridian

      Meridian

      Space Pole

      What was said in the discussion groups?
      Short elaboration on each discussion group.

      • 12:20
        Education 10m
        Speaker: Cis Verbeeck
      • 12:30
        Hardware & technical labo's 10m
        Speaker: Eddy Neefs
      • 12:40
        Services 10m
        Speaker: Pascale Defraigne
      • 12:50
        IT & operational infrastructure 10m
        Speaker: Michel Kruglanski
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