To download a pdf version of the SA3CC 2021 report click here.

DATE

  1. SA3CC Meeting – April 19-20, 2022 via ZOOM
  2. Vera Rubin Observatory NET Meeting (by invitation only) – April 21-22, 2022 via ZOOM

REGISTRATION

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://fiu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIvceygqj0uHtxurAMCddjDATgO68boyll0

AGENDA

The SA3CC is now in its 13th year and serves not only to provide input and advice to the AmLight PI and the Steering Committee on program and network needs, but also as a venue for coordinating the needs of these astronomical projects and institutions to improve their resource planning and implementation of operational connections between these distant facilities and users in the continental US and Latin-American Countries.

Please email your presentation to vchergar at fiu.edu by April 15, 2022.

NOTE: The agenda can be changed to accommodate different time zones.

SA3CC Meeting Agenda

Corresponding time zones (start time):

Miami, USA                        Tue, Apr 19, 2022          at 11:00 am EDT
Los Angeles, USA               Tue, Apr 19, 2022          at 8:00 am PDT
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil          Tue, Apr 19, 2022          at 12:00 noon BRT
Santiago, Chile                    Tue, Apr 19, 2022          at 11:00 am CLT
Berlin, Germany                  Tue, Apr 19, 2022          at 5:00 pm CEST
Paris, France                        Tue, Apr 19, 2022          at 5:00 pm CEST
London, United Kingdom    Tue, Apr 19, 2022          at 4:00 pm BST
Cape Town, South Africa    Tue, Apr 19, 2022          at 5:00 pm SAST

Tuesday, April 19, 2022
11:00 – Welcome – Julio Ibarra

Session I: Science Requirements & Activities Updates

11:10 – Vera C. Rubin Observatory Operations (Bob Blum, Christian Silva) | Download presentation
11:30 – NOIRLab – ITOPS (Chris Morrison / Mauricio Rojas / Eduardo Toro) | Download presentation
12:00 – NRAO & ngVLA (David Halstead, Adele Plunkett) | Download presentation NRAO, ngVLA
12:30 – ALMA (Christian Saldias, Nicolas Ovando) | Download presentation
12:50 – Simons (Simone Aiola) | Download presentation
13:10 – Refreshment Break
13:40 – CMB-S4 (Eli Dart) | Download presentation
14:00 – MeerKAT (Bradley Frank) | Download presentation
14:20 – FYST (a.k.a. CCAT) (Mike Nolta) | Download presentation
14:40 – GMTO (Sam Chan) | Download presentation
15:00 – US-ELT (Marie Lemoine-Busserolle) | Download presentation
15:20 – Open Discussion/Coordination
15:40 – Adjourn

Wednesday, April 20, 2022
11:00 – Welcome – Julio Ibarra

Session II: Providers updates
11:10 – AmLight1: International links (Jeronimo Bezerra) | Download presentation
11:30 – AmLight2: Monitoring and Measurement Improvements (Renata Frez) | Download presentation
11:50 – SANReN/TENET (Shukri Wiener) | Download presentation
12:10 – REUNA (Albert Astudillo) | Download presentation
12:30 – REDNESP (Joao Eduardo Ferreira) | Download presentation
12:50 – Refreshment Break
13:20 – RedCLARA (Luis Eliécer Cadenas) | Download presentation
13:40 – RNP (Aluizio Hazin) | Download presentation
14:00 – USDF  infrastructure (Mark Foster) | Download presentation
14:20 – USDF data movement and multi-site processing (Richard Dubois) | Download presentation
14:40 – Internet2 (Chris Wilkinson) | Download presentation
15:00 – ESnet (Paul Wefel) | Download presentation
15:20 – Open Discussion/Coordination
15:40 – Adjourn

Rubin Observatory NET Meeting Agenda (by invitation only)

Corresponding time zones (start time):

Miami, USA                        Thu, Apr 21, 2022          at 11:00 am EDT
Los Angeles, USA              Thu, Apr 21, 2022          at 8:00 am PDT
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil       Thu, Apr 21, 2022         at 12:00 noon BRT
Santiago, Chile                    Thu, Apr 21, 2022         at 11:00 am CLT
Berlin, Germany                  Thu, Apr 21, 2022         at 5:00 pm CEST
Paris, France                        Thu, Apr 21, 2022         at 5:00 pm CEST
London, United Kingdom    Thu, Apr 21, 2022         at 4:00 pm BST
Cape Town, South Africa    Thu, Apr 21, 2022         at 5:00 pm SAST

Thursday, April 21, 2022

11:00 – Welcome and Introductions
11:20 – Session 1: LHN Specifications and Design Documents Catalog – Cristian Silva moderator.
11:40 – Session 2a: Updates about the physical networks in Chile and Brazil – Cristian Silva moderator
12:20 – Session 2b: Updates about the physical networks International and CONUS – Phil DeMar moderator
13:20 – Scheduled Break (30 minutes)
13:50 – Session 3: Updates to LSE-78 Rubin Observatory Network Design Document and LSE-479 Rubin Observatory Network Technical Document – Cristian Silva and Julio Ibarra moderators
14:20 – Session 4: Review and update the NET activities and milestones as Rubin Observatory approaches Operations – Julio Ibarra moderator
14:50 – Wrap up and Actions
15:00 – Adjourn

Friday, April 22, 2022

11:00 – Welcome – Cristian Silva, Phil Demar, Julio Ibarra
11:10 – Session 5: End-to-end Test and Performance Measurement Plan – Julio Ibarra moderator
12:10 – Session 6: Rubin Observatory Networks Verification – Phil Demar moderator
13:10 – Scheduled Break (30 minutes)
13:40 – Session 7: Operations Contracts, SLOAs, MOAs, baselining the O&M plan, and establishing the Virtual NOC – Phil DeMar moderator
14:10 – Closure and Next Steps
14:30 – Adjourn

 REGISTRATION

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VIDEO CONFERENCE

CIARA will support virtual participation through video conferencing systems using ZOOM.

*Please sign to ZOOM with your name. For security reasons, we will have to drop the participants signed without a name.

How to use ZOOM instructions

  • Create a Zoom account for a more streamlined approach to our conference.
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      • Click on the blue “Download” button under the section, “Zoom Client for Meetings.”
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CONFIRMED PARTICIPANTS

TBD