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Astronomical Institute

European Collaborating Astronomer ProjectS: Espana-Czechia-Slovakia

Európsky projekt spolupráce astronómov: Španielsko-Česko-Slovensko

Duration: 1.9.2020 - 31.8.2023
Program: Multilateral - other
Project leader: Mgr. Jakubík Marián PhD.
Annotation:We aim at educating and fomenting the development of new leaders in astronomical research as achieved by international mobilities. Furthermore, we intend to educate our early career researchers in topics of astronomy which are active areas of research at partner institutes. In addition, we will disseminate our know-how to external audiences by organizing scientific seminars streamed live, by publishing scientific papers on hot topics in astronomy and by organizing international summer schools for early career researchers. We would like to include also an educational component by including pupils project work on selected astronomical topics which will implant a positive image of natural sciences and strengthen ties between scientific researchers and schools. Finally, the last component of our project will be a series of public lectures aimed at a broad audience, which will provide a valuable and rewarding connection between researchers and the general public.

Integrating High Resolution Solar Physics

Integrácia slnečnej fyziky s vysokým rozlíšením

Duration: 1.1.2019 - 30.9.2023
Program: Horizon 2020
Project leader: Mgr. Gömöry Peter PhD.
Annotation:This project aims at integrating the major European infrastructures in the field of high-resolution solar physics. The following actions will be taken: (i) realise transnational access to all European users; (ii) integrate small communities and foster European collaboration; (ii) enhance and spread data acquisition and processing expertise to the Europe-wide community; (iii) increase the impact of high-resolution data by offering science-ready data and facilitating their retrieval and usage; (iv) encourage combination of space and ground-based data by providing unified access to pertinent data repositories; (v) foster synergies between observational and theoretical research communities by organising meetings where each presents stateof-the-art methodologies; (vi) train a new generation through student schools, a mobility program, and grant program to attend conferences; (vii) develop innovative post-focus instrumentation; (viii) develop and build next generation devices to correct for atmospheric turbulence; (ix) lay foundations for combined use of synoptic and high-resolution facilities on ground and in space (x) dissemination activities towards society. The project involves all pertinent European research institutions, infrastructures, and data repositories. Together, these represent first-class facilities. The additional participation by private companies and non-European research institutions maximizes the impact on the world-wide scale. In particular, the project achievements will be of principal importance in defining the exploitation of the future 4-meter European Solar Telescope.

The total number of projects: 2