SUP@VAMDC (2012 - 2014)

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External Partners

Our Work packages involve connections with external Partners who are managing the leading global atomic and molecular databases for the various scientific communities, who are involved in the definition of standards, who are involved in the coordination of other A+M networks (NIST, IAEA, the APAN network) or a partner from a connected domain where interoperability issues will particular crucial (e.g The Chemical and Biochemical Reference Data Division from NIST).

They will not receive direct funding from the EU, but the scientists in charge of those partners will be invited by the consortium to the workshops, tutorials, working group activities. They will organise meetings in their own countries; members of SUP@VAMDC will attend such meetings, providing tutorials and lead discussions on policies and strategies of A+M data assembly curation and access. We have identified the following external partners who are have already agreed willing to commit some part of their time to the current project:

-The Atomic Spectroscopy Group from NIST (Gaithersburg, USA)

-The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (Cambridge MA, USA)

-Jet Propulsion Laboratory from NASA, California Institute of Technology (USA)

-The Chemical and Biochemical Reference Data Division from NIST (Gaithersburg, USA)

-Departamento de Física, Universidade Federal do Paraná (Brazil)

-Atomic and Molecular Physics Laboratory, Australian National University (Australia)

-The Electron Scattering and Modelling Group, Flinders University (Australia)

-National Institute for Fusion Science (Japan)

-Atomic and Molecular Data Unit (IAEA, Austria)

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