Oct 26 – 27, 2023
Department of Astronomy, University of Geneva
Europe/Rome timezone

The University of Geneva's Department of Astronomy will host a  workshop dedicated to exploring the computing and data requirements for the Einstein Telescope. This event is jointly organised by the Einstein Telescope e-Infrastructure Board (EIB) and Work Package 8 (WP8) of the Einstein Telescope Preparatory Phase (ET-PP) project. Participants will delve into data analysis requirements from third-generation gravitational wave observatories while also reviewing the computing and data models employed by related physics experiments and astronomical observatories. A special focus session will be dedicated to working on a key deliverable of WP8: a comprehensive report outlining the computing and data requirements of the Einstein Telescope Observatory. This workshop aims to advance our understanding of the computing infrastructure required by the third-generation gravitational-wave observatories and will bring together experts from various fields to foster collaboration and exchange of ideas.


Registration Fee


A small registration fee (TBD) covering lunches and coffee breaks will be collected in cash for in-person participants. 




Participants should book their accommodation themselves. 


We recommend the Lake Geneva Hotel at Versoix. A group code for a discounted rate will be provided shortly.

Department of Astronomy, University of Geneva
Astrotec Jura/Lac
Chemin Pegasi 51, 1290 Versoix, Switzerland
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