EISCAT 3D support

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Supporting EISCAT_3D

EISCAT_3D is an environmental research infrastructure on the European ESFRI roadmap. It is proposed as an international research infrastructure using the incoherent scatter technique to study the upper atmosphere above the Arctic in order to investigate how the Earth's atmosphere is coupled to space. EISCAT_3D is a multi-static phased array radar system that will be installed at remote locations in the most Northern parts of the Scandinavian peninsula. The system will be operated by and be an integral part of the EISCAT Scientific Association.

The e-infrastructure challenges for EISCAT_3D include finding cost-efficient state of the art solutions for on-site computing and establishing network connections between the different sites and with the data archive. The goal of the NeIC "Supporting EISCAT_3D" (E3DS) project is to support the preparation of the implementation of EISCAT_3D for those aspects concerning e-infrastructure. Particular goals also include to develop solutions for locating the data archive within existing national e-infrastructures and to support EISCAT in planning the recruitment of e-science experts.

Steering Group

  • Craig Heinselman (EISCAT)
  • Yasunobu Ogawa (EISCAT)
  • Tomasz Malkiewicz (NeIC)

Project Manager

  • John White (NeIC)

Project Members

  • John White (NeIC)
  • Carl-Fredrik Enell (EISCAT)
  • Ingemar Häggström (EISCAT)
  • Anders Tjulin (EISCAT)
  • Assar Westman (EISCAT)
  • Sathyaveer Prasad (EISCAT)
  • Tor Johansen (University of Tromso)
  • Harri Hellgren (EISCAT)
  • Ari Lukkarinen (CSC)
  • Sari Lasanen (University of Oulu)
  • Mattias Wadenstein (HPC2N)
  • Juha Vierinen (University of Tromso)
  • Ilkka Virtanen (University of Oulu)

Steering Group meetings

Meetings with external projects



Report on how EISCAT_3D users can get access to adequate computing facilities


More information about EISCAT and the EISCAT_3D project can be found at: www.eiscat.se and www.eiscat3d.se