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Reports

Summaries of deliverable reports from the ETSF I3 project are listed in the table below. Click on the ‘Report code’ to view the desired document.

If you would like to obtain a copy of a report in full, please contact the ETSF Administrator, nicola [dot] thrupp [at] uclouvain [dot] be (Nicky Thrupp).

Report code Title
D1.1 Report identifying possible administrative improvements within the consortium.
D2.1 Publication of folders and memos about the ETSF social policy.
D2.2 Analyse beamline productivity and identify major beamline needs on the basis of feedback from users and researchers.
D2.3 Analyse beamline productivity and identify major beamline needs on the basis of feedback from users and researchers.
D2.4 Analyse beamline productivity and identify major beamline needs on the basis of feedback from users and researchers.
D3.1 Induction package for new users.
D3.2 Communication and dissemination plan for the interaction of the ETSF with users and other parties.
D4.1 Written rules about the call mechanism.
D4.2a Projects successfully completed (all defined objectives achieved) for each of the four categories of users: experimentalists requiring scientific and numerical-technical support, experimentalists asking for calculations, customized user training (with WP6) and project with industry; not less than 2 projects per category.
D4.2b Projects successfully completed (all defined objectives achieved) for each of the four categories of users: experimentalists requiring scientific and numerical-technical support, experimentalists asking for calculations, customized user training (with WP6) and project with industry; not less than 2 projects per category.
D4.2c Projects successfully completed (all defined objectives achieved) for each of the four categories of users; not less than 2 projects per category.
D4.5 Final call evaluation report
D4.6 Final User Project management report
D5.1 Prototype databases (criteria, software, status of each software concerning each criterion).
D5.2 Web pages presenting the data on the status of the availability of the ETSF software.
D5.3 Survey of the users community concerning the availability of ETSF software (report).
D6.1 Set of training materials for hands-on schools including lectures, hand-outs, exercises, documentation, et c.
D6.2 Dedicated training website with a first set of interactive on-line training modules about methods of theoretical spectroscopy.
D6.3 On-line training modules for at least two publicly available computer codes developed by ETSF members.
D6.4 Authoritative review about the state of the art of theoretical spectroscopy aimed at experimental and industrial researchers.
D7.1 At least one optical spectrum calculated ab initio as a function of temperature.
D7.2 At least one paper ready about excitation of a molecule in water.
D7.3 Successful demonstration of a new technique enhancing the services that can be offered by the ETSF; with WP4 and WP5.
D7.4 Successful demonstration of ab initio spectroscopy for a system containing 200 atoms or more; with WP4.
D7.5 Successful demonstration of a second new technique enhancing the services that can be offered by the ETSF; with WP4 and WP5.
D8.1 Update and e-library publication of reference documents describing data-exchange and programming standards.
D8.2 Upload of the stable software libraries to the e-library of WP9 for immediate diffusion; call for feedback published on the ETSF website.
D8.3 Update and e-library publication of reference documents describing data-exchange and programming standards and of the software libraries and toolkits; call for feedback published on the ETSF website.
D8.4 Update and e-library publication of reference documents describing data-exchange and programming standards and of the software libraries and toolkits to the e-library of WP9.
D9.1 Design specification of ETSF Dynamic Knowledge Base.
D9.2 Delivery of a prototype Dynamic Knowledge Base engine.
D9.3 Delivery of a prototype User Interface.
D9.4 Final release versions of e-Library and ETSF Dynamic Knowledge Base, following full testing and revision in response to user feedback.

The implementation of the project has also resulted in:

  • User projects.
  • Scientific publications (140 papers published or submitted by 31st December 2009).
  • Software - development, parallelisation, optimisation and improved availability.
  • E-libraries - development of a dynamic knowledge base indexing of computer code, modular subroutines, and libraries (to be reused by software developers); input and output specifications, geometries, pseudopotentials, etc.