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Published on October 17, 2007

Author: Sudiksha

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Slide1:  under the auspices of the European Commission Jesús Burgos: Disculpar la presencia del Director. Quisiera comentarles en su nombre lo que ha sido, es y debe ser en el futuro, también, la Astrofísica en Canarias, como núcleo estructurante de convergencia europea, es decir, como puente a los estándares europeos, desde el punto de vista científico, tecnológico, cultural, y por supuesto, económico y social. Porque nadie duda de la importancia que tienen las actividades de I+D+i, por supuesto también la astrofísica, en el desarrollo global, a todos los niveles, de una sociedad. Estamos aquí para hablar sobre el valor añadido que pueden tener las RUPs en beneficio de esa integración y estructuración del ERA, y de las necesidades diferenciadas, debidas principalmente a su lejanía ý aislamiento geográfico, a las que habrá que dar respuesta. Si la astrofísica en Canarias ha permitido un acercamiento de nuestra región a los estándares europeos, explotando convenientemente un recurso único como sus cielos, también, la forma en la que nuestra región, España y casi una veintena de países europeos han sabido explotar de forma inteligente ese recurso natural puede tomarse como un modelo eficaz de cómo lograr ese acercamiento a Europa, a través de una cooperación multinacional eficaz, de cómo hacer realidad el Espacio Europeo de Investigación, y de cómo disponer, en muy poco tiempo, de un centro de excelencia europeo, IAC, y una gran instalación científico-tecnológica: ENO. Telescope Directors Forum Observatoire de Haute Provence, France. November 17- 18th, 2004 OPTICON Trans-national Access Programme Contents:  Contents OPTICON Trans-national Access Programme at a glance OPTICON Access Office: Current activities and plans for 2005 2004 Preliminary results Management issues Brief summary of the current situation and possible solutions. OPTICON Trans-national Access Programme at a glance:  OPTICON Trans-national Access Programme at a glance Approx. 1000 observing nights/days + 200 hours over 5 years 630 users, 400 observing runs, 500 – 600 T&S grants. New users, young researchers and users from countries with no similar facilities are strongly encouraged to apply Added value: Impact and evolution, proposals submission system, publicity, scientific output, complementarities and duplications in awarding time, advanced progress report and statistics, etc. ~5.5 M€ OPTICON Access Programme: Observatories :  La Silla Chile Canary Islands (OT & ORM) Mauna Kea Hawaii Calar Alto Obs. Pic du Midi Obs. Saint-Michel Obs. Helmos, Kalavryta Anglo-Australian Observatory OPTICON Access Programme: Observatories Access Office Slide5:  OPTICON Trans-national Access Office Structure Jesús Burgos Martín Head of the OPTICON Access Office Alejandra Martín Gálvez 100% time Anselmo Sosa Méndez 50% time Belén Peyró Administrative support 50% time 2 FTE Slide6:  Publicity Improvements on management procedures and tools. User questionnaires and feedback (Contractual issues with the EC) Scientific output Problems and advantages of a unique Selection Procedure and proposal submission system Complementarities and duplications in awarding time Standard progress reports and statistics OPTICON Trans-national Access Office Current activities and Plans OPTICON website :  OPTICON website www.astro-opticon.org Telescope operators’ websites OPTICON Access Programme on Internet Slide8:  OPTICON Access Programme website www.otri.iac.es/opticon/ Slide9:  USERS, TELESCOPE MANAGERS, ADMINISTRATORS OPTICON Access Programme website www.otri.iac.es/opticon/ Slide10:  OPTICON Access Programme website www.otri.iac.es/opticon/ Slide11:  OPTICON Access Programme website www.otri.iac.es/opticon/ Information and publicity. JENAM 2004:  Information and publicity. JENAM 2004 OPTICON was presented at JENAM 2004 (Granada). A poster summarising the Programme was exhibited and handouts were made available Users profile. Publicity.:  Users profile. Publicity. IE Two announcements were sent to the European astronomical community (March and October 2004). A special effort was made on rasing awareness of the Programme in Central Europe countries Slide14:  Publicity Improvements on management procedures and tools. User questionnaires and feedback (Contractual issues with the EC) Scientific output Problems and advantages of a unique Selection Procedure and proposal submission system Complementarities and duplications in awarding time Standard progress reports and statistics OPTICON Trans-national Access Office Current activities and Plans Slide15:  Improvements on management procedures and tools. To guarantee the highest quality in providing our service to the community. Slide16:  The Access Office requests list of OPTICON proposals awarded time to each Telescope Operator. The Access Office checks criteria of eligibility over those proposals. The Access Office notifies to each telescope operator those proposals that fulfil all the criteria of eligibility and those to be rejected. The Access Office contacts ALL user teams to inform them about this funding opportunity well BEFORE the observing run is planned to be carried out. Procedure to select observing teams which qualify under the Access Programme. Slide17:  Publicity Improvements on management procedures and tools. User questionnaires and feedback (Contractual issues with the EC) Scientific output Problems and advantages of a unique Selection Procedure and proposal submission system Complementarities and duplications in awarding time Standard progress reports and statistics OPTICON Trans-national Access Office Current activities and Plans Scientific Output:  Scientific Output SET UP WEB PAGE WITH INFORMATION ABOUT: Publications in refereed journals Press released Participation in conferences: Poster contributions Oral contributions Slide19:  Publicity Improvements on management procedures and tools. User questionnaires and feedback (Contractual issues with the EC) Scientific output Problems and advantages of a unique Selection Procedure and proposal submission system Complementarities and duplications in awarding time Standard progress reports and statistics OPTICON Trans-national Access Office Current activities and Plans 2004:  2004 Preliminary Results Jesús Burgos: Disculpar la presencia del Director. Quisiera comentarles en su nombre lo que ha sido, es y debe ser en el futuro, también, la Astrofísica en Canarias, como núcleo estructurante de convergencia europea, es decir, como puente a los estándares europeos, desde el punto de vista científico, tecnológico, cultural, y por supuesto, económico y social. Porque nadie duda de la importancia que tienen las actividades de I+D+i, por supuesto también la astrofísica, en el desarrollo global, a todos los niveles, de una sociedad. Estamos aquí para hablar sobre el valor añadido que pueden tener las RUPs en beneficio de esa integración y estructuración del ERA, y de las necesidades diferenciadas, debidas principalmente a su lejanía ý aislamiento geográfico, a las que habrá que dar respuesta. Si la astrofísica en Canarias ha permitido un acercamiento de nuestra región a los estándares europeos, explotando convenientemente un recurso único como sus cielos, también, la forma en la que nuestra región, España y casi una veintena de países europeos han sabido explotar de forma inteligente ese recurso natural puede tomarse como un modelo eficaz de cómo lograr ese acercamiento a Europa, a través de una cooperación multinacional eficaz, de cómo hacer realidad el Espacio Europeo de Investigación, y de cómo disponer, en muy poco tiempo, de un centro de excelencia europeo, IAC, y una gran instalación científico-tecnológica: ENO. 2004 – Total amount of access / telescope:  2004 – Total amount of access / telescope 21,73% - of the total amount of access to be provided under the contract. LT, ARISTARCHOS, UKST and UKIRT: 0.0 access Slide22:  2004 – Amount of access / telescope 2004 – Total amount of access / month:  2004 – Total amount of access / month 2004 - Total amount of Access / month 21,73% - of the total amount of access to be provided under the contract. Access units M A My Ju Jy Au Sp Oc No Dc 2004 – Number of projects / telescope:  2004 – Number of projects / telescope LT, ARISTARCHOS, UKST and UKIRT: 0 2004 – Number of T&S grants / telescope:  2004 – Number of T&S grants / telescope 69 Travel & Subsistence grants 6 travel grants pending to be assigned LT, ARISTARCHOS, UKST and UKIRT: 0 Slide26:  2004 – Amount of access / PI home institution Slide27:  333 users (members of observing teams) 23 countries. 2004 – Number of users / Home institution 2004 - OPTICON Access Programme by country:  2004 - OPTICON Access Programme by country IE EC Contract constraints:  TACs Guarantee a reasonable and appropriate percentage of independent members Observing time: USER FEES All the observing runs already supported and notified to user teams have to be reported to the EC. Travel grants Strictly linked to those observing runs awarded under the OPTICON contract Eligible users have to be informed before the observations are carried out. Technical and financial reports Justification of the overspending during 2004 EC Contract constraints Management issues:  Access provided during 2004 Qualifying runs with OPTICON support Exhaustive expenses control Publicity and new users Impact of the OPTICON programme Management issues Management issues. Access provided during 2004:  First provisional statistics reported in June 2004 Amount of access in 2004: 21,73% . Telescopes previously supported under FP5: 38% amount of access. New telescopes under FP6: 17 % Solar Telescopes: 40 % Night time telescopes:18% Management issues. Access provided during 2004 * Telescope operators contacted to discuss the current overspending situation. Management issues:  Access provided during 2004 Qualifying runs with OPTICON support Exhaustive expenses control Publicity and new users Impact of the OPTICON programme Management issues Management issues:  Access provided during 2004 Qualifying runs with OPTICON support Exhaustive expenses control Publicity and new users Impact of the OPTICON programme Management issues Management issues. New users and Publicity:  Management issues. New users and Publicity The Access Office suggests: To continue the promotion of the OPTICON Trans-national Access Programme, specially for new user, including Central Europe. Promotional material ( CDs, infodays, meetings, etc.) Guarantee the visibility of the OPTICON support on the Telescope Operators’ Websites To determine the rate of participation of these new users that are in principle eligible for OPTICON support. Telescope Operators collaboration is essential Encourage new users to submit proposals to those telescope with low rate of these applications. Management issues:  Access provided during 2004 Qualifying runs with OPTICON support Exhaustive expenses control Publicity and new users Impact of the OPTICON programme Management issues Slide36:  2004 - Impact of OPTICON Access Programme. Partnership in proposals supported by OPTICON 2004 Number of the partnerships by country NOTE: Neither the amount of access nor the Nº of astronomers from the same country have been taken into consideration. Slide37:  CH FR DE DK GR CR AU UK NL US ES IT AT 2004 - Impact of OPTICON Access Programme. Partnership in proposals supported by OPTICON Slide38:  CH FR DE DK GR CR AU UK NL US ES IT AT 2004 - Impact of OPTICON Access Programme. Partnership in proposals supported by OPTICON Slide39:  CH FR DE DK GR CR AU UK NL US ES IT AT 2004 - Impact of OPTICON Access Programme. Partnership in proposals supported by OPTICON Slide40:  CH FR DE DK GR CR AU UK NL US ES IT AT 2004 - Impact of OPTICON Access Programme. Partnership in proposals supported by OPTICON Slide41:  Thank you

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