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CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Canadian Astronomy Data Centre (CADC)

CONTACT: David Schade

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Canadian Universities Consortium

CONTACT: Russ Taylor

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Centre for High Performance Computing

CONTACT: Happy Sithole

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Centro Nacional de Supercomputación - Barcelona Supercomputing Center

CONTACT: Rosa M. Badia

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Chinese Universities Collaboration

CONTACT: Guihai Chen

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)

CONTACT: Ben Humphreys

 

 CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH: JUELICH

CONTACT: Thomas Lippert

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Fundación Centro de Supercomputación de Castilla y León

CONTACT: Carlos Redondo

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Institute of Space Science and Astronomy (ISSA)

CONTACT: Kristian Zarb Adami

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía-CSIC

CONTACT: Lourdes Verdes-Montenegro

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR)

CONTACT: Robyn Owens

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie (MPIfR)

CONTACT: Michael Kramer

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy, ASTRON

CONTACT: Gert Kruithof

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: New Zealand Alliance

CONTACT: Andrew Ensor

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Pawsey Supercomputing Centre

CONTACT: David Schibeci

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Portuguese ENGAGE SKA Consortium

CONTACT: Domingos Barbosa

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Science and Technology Facilities Council

CONTACT: Luke Mason

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: SKA South Africa

CONTACT: Jasper Horrell

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: University of Cambridge

CONTACT: Paul Alexander

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: University of Manchester

CONTACT: Ben Stappers

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: University of Oxford

CONTACT: David De Roure

 

CONSORTIUM MEMBER: Victoria University of Wellington

CONTACT: Melanie Johnston-Hollitt

Recent news

SDP Architecture doc

The next significant milestone for the SDP Consortium is M19 on the 30th November. M19 is a lightweight review of the current state of the SDP software architecture and forms a checkpoint with the SKAO to present the current state of the architecture and progress towards Critical Design Review (CDR).

All relevant SDP SEI style views and other supporting documentation for functionally close blocks of architecture will be reviewed. The goal is to present the information in sufficient detail to facilitate immediate use by a knowledgeable audience member.

In preparation for this review, a Stakeholders Overview will take place. The required participants will include key members of the SDP architectural design team and knowledgeable stakeholders from SKAO. This review is to ensure that the high-level architecture documentation, for the purposes of providing an introductory, high-level explanation of the design, is sufficiently complete. In preparation for this overview, key members of the SDP Architecture design team recently selected a collection of views for review and this information has been distributed to the SKAO.

Comments and or suggestions made during the Stakeholder Overview and the official M19 review will guide further architectural priorities ahead of M20 (Element pre-CDR).

SKA SC17 keynote

Members of the SKA Organisation and SDP Consortium are in Denver this week attending the annual SuperCompuing conference. This year the conference keynote "Life, the Universe and Computing: The Story of the SKA Telescope" was given by the SKA Director General Phil Diamond, and the SKA Regional Centre Project Scientist Rosie Bolton.