Register content provider
7 content providers found

Content provider type: Project 


  • Laserlab-Europe

    Laserlab-Europe has entered a new phase of its successful cooperation: the Consortium now brings...

    43 upcoming events (164 past events)
    Laserlab-Europe https://pan-training.eu/content_providers/laserlab-europe Laserlab-Europe has entered a new phase of its successful cooperation: the Consortium now brings together 35 leading institutions in laser-based inter-disciplinary research from 18 countries. Together with associate partners, Laserlab covers the majority of European member states. 24 laboratories offer access to their facilities for research teams from Europe and beyond, kindly supported by EC funding. Lasers and photonics, one of only five key enabling technologies identified by the European Union, are not only essential for the scientific future but also for the socio-economic security of any country. Given the importance of lasers and their applications in all areas of sciences, life sciences and technologies. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/028/original/laserlab_logo_rgb.jpg?1644511579
  • ExPaNDS

    ExPaNDS is the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Photon and Neutron Data Service. The...

    35 training materials
    1 upcoming event (11 past events)
    ExPaNDS https://pan-training.eu/content_providers/expands ExPaNDS is the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Photon and Neutron Data Service. The ambitious ExPaNDS project is a collaboration between 10 national Photon and Neutron Research Infrastructures (PaN RIs) as well as EGI. The project aims to deliver standardised, interoperable, and integrated data sources and data analysis services for Photon and Neutron facilities. ## Objectives ### FAIR data principles ExPaNDS’s ambition is to coordinate activities to enable national PaN RIs to make the majority of their data open following the FAIR principles; Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. ### Harmonising EOSC services ExPaNDS will allow data to be tailored to the user’s needs, and will harmonise their efforts to migrate data analysis workflows to EOSC platforms, allowing them to be shared in a uniform way. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/005/original/cloud-1.png.webp?1638889004
  • League of European Accelerator-based Photon Sources (LEAPS)

    LEAPS – the League of European Accelerator-based Photon Sources – is a strategic consortium...

    0 upcoming events (35 past events)
    League of European Accelerator-based Photon Sources (LEAPS) https://pan-training.eu/content_providers/league-of-european-accelerator-based-photon-sources-leaps LEAPS – the League of European Accelerator-based Photon Sources – is a strategic consortium initiated by the Directors of the Synchrotron Radiation and Free Electron Laser user facilities in Europe. Its primary goal is to actively and constructively ensure and promote the quality and impact of fundamental, applied and industrial research carried out at each facility to the greater benefit of European science and society. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/022/original/cropped-LEAPS_logo_colour-e1573546128283.jpg?1641999357
  • PaNOSC

    The Photon and Neutron Open Science Cloud (PaNOSC) The Photon and Neutron Open Science Cloud...

    4 training materials
    0 upcoming events (30 past events)
    PaNOSC https://pan-training.eu/content_providers/panosc The Photon and Neutron Open Science Cloud (PaNOSC) The Photon and Neutron Open Science Cloud (PaNOSC) is a European project for making FAIR data a reality in 6 European Research Infrastructures (RIs), developing and providing services for scientific data and connecting these to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). ## Objectives * Participate in the construction of the EOSC by linking with the e-infrastructures and other ESFRI clusters. * Make scientific data produced at Europe’s major Photon and Neutron sources fully compatible with the FAIR principles. * Generalise the adoption of open data policies, standard metadata and data stewardship from 15 photon and neutron RIs and physics institutes across Europe * Provide innovative data services to the users of these facilities locally and the scientific community at large via the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). * Increase the impact of RIs by ensuring data from user experiments can be used beyond the initial scope. * Share the outcomes with the national RIs who are observers in the proposal and the community at large to promote the adoption of FAIR data principles, data stewardship and the EOSC. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/021/original/PaNOSClogo_web_RGB_1024px-300x156.jpg?1638889070
  • Lightsources.org

    Lightsources.org is the result of a collaboration between communicators from light source...

    1 upcoming event (16 past events)
    Lightsources.org https://pan-training.eu/content_providers/lightsources-org Lightsources.org is the result of a collaboration between communicators from light source facilities around the world. This platform groups 23 synchrotrons and 7 FEL facilities representing 24 organisations from 3 geographic zones: Europe / the Middle East, the Americas, and Asia / Australia. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/029/original/2019Logo_LS_4c.png?1645115913
  • League of advanced European Neutron Sources (LENS)

    The League of advanced European Neutron Sources (LENS) has the not-for-profit purpose of...

    1 training material
    League of advanced European Neutron Sources (LENS) https://pan-training.eu/content_providers/league-of-advanced-european-neutron-sources-lens The League of advanced European Neutron Sources (LENS) has the not-for-profit purpose of promoting the cooperation and projects between European-level neutron infrastructure providers that offer a transnational user programme. The individual members remain independent but together through LENS join forces to support and strengthen European neutron science by creating an effective, collaborating eco-system of neutron facilities. LENS places emphasis on the relationship between user communities and funding organisations, continuous improvement of source facilities, optimising resources between and aligning policies among partners – all to ensure excellence to the communities they serve. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/023/original/Unknown.png?1638889977
  • DAPHNE4NFDI

    DAPHNE4NFDI focuses on research with photons and neutrons at large-scale research facilities. The...

    DAPHNE4NFDI https://pan-training.eu/content_providers/daphne4nfdi DAPHNE4NFDI focuses on research with photons and neutrons at large-scale research facilities. The properties of photons and neutrons allow us to find out where atoms are and how they move - in materials, new materials, thin films, even at very low temperatures or high pressures. This makes it possible to see the tiniest cracks and pores in a turbine blade, find tiny impurities in a semiconductor, determine the position of individual atoms in a protein molecule, and much more. Photon and neutron research therefore includes a wide range of scientific disciplines. There are more than 5500 scientists across Germany generating a data volume of 28 petabytes per year. The large amount of data presents us with some challenges: The data is often user-specific, a wide variety of software is used for analysis, and data cannot be easily shared. There is also a great need for fast, high-level data analysis. The data should also be stored in a meaningful way and be reusable. The main goal of DAPHNE is to make data from photon and neutron experiments "FAIR", thereby making scientific work more efficient and gaining more knowledge from the data. 1. Improve metadata capture through consistent workflows supported by user-driven online logbooks that are linked to the data collection, thus enabling a richer capture of information about the experiments than is currently possible; 2. Establish a community repository of processed data, new reference databases and analysis code for published results, linked, where possible, to raw data sources, to sustainably improve access to research data and enable data and software re-use; 3. Develop, curate and deploy user-developed analysis software on facility computing infrastructure so that ordinary users can benefit from and repeat the analysis performed by leading power user groups through common data analysis portals. The consortium thus aims at a national research data infrastructure along a process chain from the proposal, the experiment, data recorded, stored, analysed and interpreted. This is a very ambitious endeavor. But the consortium already builds on a very strong experience with the IT centres at the large-scale facilities, many activities in data analysis, data catalogues and repositories at the universities and research institutes and the development of metadata standards and quality control. DAPHNE4NDFI wants to bundle all these activities. Hence, DAPHNE4NFDI consortium consists of experts from the photon (KFS) and neutron community (KFN), experts from the different science fields and techniques (diffraction, spectroscopy, imaging, etc.) at universities, research institutes and large scale facilities and strongly interacts among the user and scientists at large scale infrastructures as well as with other NFDI-consortia. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/032/original/0ab33ed2-fb1a-49dd-810e-3578511809d1.png?1670328547