TELBE data analysis workflow and the PaN training platform UX
Nearly 120 IT professionals, scientists and managers from the Photon and Neutron (PaN) community attended the 2nd European PaN EOSC Symposium organised jointly by PaNOSC and ExPaNDS on 26th October 2021. The second part of the first session focused on a selection of use cases relating to some of the tools and services developed in the EOSC projects, for FAIR data catalogues, data analysis and simulation.
Here is the fourth use case. The presentation starts 1h22m27s in.
The TELBE user experiment is part of the ELBE Center for High-Power Radiation Sources, the superconducting linear electron accelerator ELBE, serving two free electron lasers, sources for intense coherent THz radiation, mono-energetic positrons, electrons, γ-rays, a neutron time-of-flight system, as well as two synchronised ultra-short pulsed Petawatt laser systems are collocated. The characteristics of these beams make the ELBE center a unique research instrument for a variety of external users in fields ranging from material science over nuclear physics to cancer research, as well as scientists of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR).
Jan introduced the ultrafast experiments (temporal resolution << 100 fs) he is performing with his team at TELBE and the associated challenges and needs for specialised data correction algorithms. The overall data workflow from access to data in RODARE to the data correction using a jupyter notebook is quite complex. Jan showed us how using the workflow feature of the PaN training platform can help in such cases to organise the training resources available for each step of the workflow.
Keywords: training platform, workflow, TELBE, FAIR, data correction, wp5-ExPaNDS
Resource type: video, slides
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