Technical Coordination Meeting

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Topic: ESCAPE Technical Coordination

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    • 10:00 AM 10:10 AM
      Introduction 10m
      Speaker: Ian Bird (LAPP)
      • EOSC-Future had its first "technical review" on Oct 14.  The report has not been received yet (promised 2 weeks).
        • Some expectation that the project would already have delivered a lot more after only 6 months, even though the plan was mostly recruitment and planning during this time.
        • 2 of the reviewers (both HEP and HPC related) encouraged the delivery of use cases to the science projects
      • Had a general TSP meeting last week, well attended.  Several concrete issues were raised (e.g. interaction between IVOA and Data Lake,  MoU with experiments maybe needed for access to some data sets, quite a lot of discussion on what the VRE is.)
        • agreed a monthly meeting to get the projects moving, in addition to the TSP-specific meetings.
        • agreed we need a wiki (or similar) to host project-internal information, documents, etc.
        • Please join the mailing lists if you think you should be involved: eoscfuture-tspdm@projectescape.eu, and eoscfuture-tspgw@projectescape.eu)
        • Agenda, presentations and minutes are here: https://indico.in2p3.fr/event/25352/ 
        • Main thing to work on now is milestones and resource requirements (and how to fulfil them)
      • Next ESCAPE periodic review is agreed for March 2, 2022
    • 10:10 AM 11:00 AM
      Round Table 50m
      • WP2 2m
        Speaker: Xavier Espinal (CERN)

        Nothing particular to report - continuing to build momentum for DAC21 test week, including dedicated mock runs for experiments to do dry runs of their tests with dedicated support from core Data Lake team.

      • WP3 2m
        Speaker: Kay Graf (ECAP - University of Erlangen)
      • WP4 2m
        Speaker: Mark Allen (CDS/CNRS)
      • WP5 2m
        Speaker: John Swinbank (ASTRON)
        • Very productive meeting between the ASTRON ESCAPE team and Dany Vohl, who is working on the EOSC Future Extreme Universe TSP / Compact Objects projects at UvA. Agreed on the technical support needed for the project, how it fits with ongoing ESCAPE development goals etc.
        • Based on that discussion, we have updated the “vision” for the ESCAPE shopping basket workflow.
        • Poster at ADASS XXI this week on ESAP.
      • WP6 2m
        Speaker: Prof. Stephen Serjeant (The Open University)
      • CTA 2m
        Speaker: Dr Matthias Fuessling (CTAO gGmbH)
      • EGO 2m
        Speaker: Antonella Bozzi
      • ESO 2m
        Speaker: Dr Martino Romaniello (ESO)
      • EST 2m
        Speaker: Nazaret Bello Gonzalez
      • FAIR 2m
        Speaker: Mohammad Al-Turany (CERN)
      • HL-LHC 2m
        Speakers: Daniele Spiga (INFN-Perugia) , Daniele Spiga (infn)
      • Jive 2m
        Speaker: harro verkouter (Joint Institute for VLBI ERIC)
      • KM3Net 2m
        Speakers: Jutta Schnabel (FAU Erlangen (ECAP)) , Dr Kay Graf (ECAP - University of Erlangen)
      • SKA 2m
        Speaker: Rosie Bolton (Square Kilometre Array Organisation)

        Detailed planning for DAC21 tests, including long-haul tests within our Rucio instance (from sites in Australia and South Africa) and attemping to run our Science Data Challenge 1 (SDC1) workflow (as has been previously integrated into OSSR) on the CERN DLaaS (Data Lake as a Service) platform, with data products stored in the Data Lake.

    • 11:00 AM 11:01 AM
      AOB 1m
      • Next meeting ?

      • Items for future agendas