Our first ALTO paper, concerning how we analyse the Monte Carlo simulations, is accepted for publication in JINST and is now visible on arxiv at this link. Our method can be useful also for other ground-based gamma-ray observatories using particle detectors. We also make first considerations on the utility of the primary and secondary detectors….
Friday’s joy! Our first peer-reviewed ALTO paper has been accepted for publication in JINST (@sissa, @IOPPublishing) and it will be available Open Access thanks to the DISA centre at Linnaeus University. Arxiv version visible on Monday, May 17, 2021. 💫🍾
Hej! Big Data 2019 at Linnéuniversitetet is approaching. Invited speakers, Fast-Forward sessions and a cool tutorial in Open Science! Come and mingle with the Data Intensive Sciences and Applications (DISA) people 😉 All the information about the event can be found at this page.
And the winner of the Open Science Hackathon at Linnéuniversitetet in Växjö is… the A-team! The only team that for 24 hours got deep into the ALTO prototype data! There were 8 teams, 3 of them started to look at our data but two dropped our case, therefore in the end 7 teams looked at…
Hej! On the 6th-7th of April 2019, the Big Data Hackathon will take place for 24h. This event promotes open source and open science. The first pre-Hackaton event is taking place on Fri, March 22, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM CET at the Videum Science Park, Framtidsvägen 18, 352 22 Växjö.
Hej! We are organizing a Big Data Hackathon in the framework of DISA together with other networks in the Växjö and Kalmar areas for the April 6-7 (Saturday/Sunday). There will also be Astroparticle Physics datasets and themes! More information will follow.