Data & Analysis Preservation Workshop

Europe/Zurich
513/1-024 (CERN)

513/1-024

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Dirk Duellmann (CERN)
Description

At this workshop we plan to have topical discussions on Data and Analysis Preservation and related topics such as Open Data. After an update of the different experiment activities and plans in this area (morning session) we plan to focus on possible funding strategies, the role of WLCG sites, missing resources & services, joint activities & policies (afternoon.session).

Please note: the afternoon session takes place in 31/S-028

    • 09:30 09:40
      Workshop goals 10m 513/1-024

      513/1-024

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      Speaker: Dirk Duellmann (CERN)
    • 09:40 12:30
      Experiment Reports: Current Activities, Expected Benefits & Risks, Plans 2h 50m 513/1-024

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    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch Break 1h 30m
    • 14:00 17:00
      Topical Discussions: Experiment Management Position & Strategy 3h 31/S-028

      31/S-028

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      • Resource & Service Needs 30m

        Expected of resource evolution (eg 3y horizon): storage/cpu for DP, RA, OD ?
        What software or service needs (sh/c)ould be common?
        Which are experiment responsibility?

      • Funding Strategy & Risks 30m

        Do we expect FAs to require data management plans
        - and to create additional resources to implement them?
        - to protect the existing resource levels?
        - to affect only new science projects?

        Are open data activities expected help preservation?
        - do we expect additional / separate funding?
        - do we expected OD risks to be manageable?

      • Role of Hostlab & WLCG Sites 30m

        Which services and resources are expected at different WLCG tier sites?
        Which exist already eg for non-LHC preservation activities?

      • Tea/Coffee break 30m
      • Common Activities & Policies 30m

        Which technical activities could profit from a common approach?
        Which policy proposals could profit from a common approach?
        - repository service level / procedures
        - reproducible analysis as publishing requirement
        - open data publishing latencies

    • 17:00 17:20
      Compile/review a brief summary of the main discussion points 20m 513/1-024

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      Speakers: Kati Lassila-Perini (Helsinki Institute of Physics (FI)) , Tim Smith (CERN) , Torre Wenaus (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US)) , Kamran Naim