6th PaN-Data & CRISP Harmonisation Meeting Dublin
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 from to (Europe/Dublin)
Welcome to the Harmonization meeting Tuesday, March 25th at Trinity College Dublin.
This is the 6th meeting dealing with authentication / authorization issues at the photon / neutron large facilities, following the meetings at
The meeting will deal with the following important issues:
- date and time: as you remember, the meeting is scheduled for Tue, Mar 25,
It will be sandwiched between the ICAT meeting (March 24 noon-Mar 25 noon,
details https://code.google.com/p/icatproject/wiki/Ireland2014) and the RDA
meeting (main part starting Mar 26, details https://www.rd-alliance.org/rda-third-plenary-meeting.html).
- venue: the meeting will take place at Trinity college, the same venue where also
the ICAT meeting will take place (see also below).
Info about the location under:
Entrance is though the Hamilton Building.
- registration: there will be no formal registration for the Harmonisation meeting
but for a minimal organisation if you register on this conference site.
- ICAT meeting: most of you will go to this meeting. It goes from Mon noon to
Tue noon. Information available under:
- RDA meeting: most of you will go also to this meeting. There are especially two
Interest groups of direct interest to us
+ PaNSIG (Photon and Neutron Science Interest Group)
+ FIMig (Federated Identity Management interest group)
with first-part slots on Wed 26 at 13:30 and 15:30, respectively.
More info under https://www.rd-alliance.org/rda-third-plenary-meeting.html
- Accommodation: the RDA organisers have made an arrangement for the meeting
participants at the The Croke Park Hotel, Jones Road, Dublin 3 (For details
please lookup https://www.rd-alliance.org/plenary3/accommodation.html).
Note: if you are interested you may hurry up. The hotel is already nearly
- Agenda, topics to cover:
in Jan of this year. There, we had detailed discussions in a somewhat smaller
circle and it is time now to discuss the outcome in plenary discussions and to
come to conclusions.
At the ESRF meeting it turned out to be extremely helpful that we had strong
participation from our friends from the facility user offices. Hopefully, this will be
the case also at the upcoming Dublin meeting, so that we can expect fruitful
discussions between IT experts and user-office practitioners.
Looking forward to seeing you at the meeting,
Mirjam, Bjoern, Heinz J