The ambitious aims and objectives of ATMO-ACCESS can only be met by an integrated work plan with clear structures between the different work packages.
WP1: Developing the concept and guidelines for access to distributed atmospheric Research Infrastructures
deals with harmonizing the legal and financial aspects governing access to atmospheric facilities and services. These elements will be incorporated into an optimal and synergistic access framework, which will also include guidelines and cost/pricing schemes applicable to distributed research infrastructure services.
Involved partners: CNRS, CNR, TROPOS ,FMI, UHEL, ICOS ERIC, PSI, NILU, TUD, ULUND, NOA, INOE, UCC, UMAN, CEMA, CYI, UW, AU, UEVORA, BIRA-IASB, EULS, INRNE, JRC.
WP2: Integrated modalities for engaging users, enhancing awareness and monitoring success of access strategies
develops strategies to further engage different user communities (academia, public and private sector), by identifying their needs, establishing targeted communication of the access offered and evaluating the adequacy of ATMO-ACCESS.
Involved partners: CNRS, CNR, FMI, ICOS ERIC, INOE, UW.
WP3: Engaging national and international stakeholders
defines the most suitable conditions for establishing a co-funding strategy for atmospheric Research Infrastructures with key national stakeholders and most-suited options for fostering international partnerships.
Involved partners: CNRS, CNR, TROPOS, UHEL, CHMI, MUI.
WP4: Developing and optimally integrating joint training services
aims to develop and test how access modalities, and in particular remote access, can be more extensively used for training and education, both within and outside the RI consortia.
Involved partners: CNRS, IMT, TROPOS, EMPA, UGR, CYI, CHMI.
WP5: Developing and optimally integrating on-line data and computing services
aims at developing and testing new cross-RI interoperable cloud services in response to specific user needs for innovative tools for data analysis and data management.
Involved partners: CNRS, CNR, FMI, ICOS ERIC, ULUND, NILU
WP6: New trans-national access modalities to support research, technology and innovation
investigates how TNA activities can be more efficiently organized to offer a wider and integrated set of opportunities to conduct leading-edge, multidisciplinary research, thereby addressing scientific questions and societal issues in an innovative manner.
Involved partners: CNRS, CNR, FZJ, KIT, EMPA, TUD, NOA, INOE, UCC
WP7: Delivering an effective TNA-VA access programme
builds on and expands previous successful environmental infrastructure access strategies to deliver an effective scientific and strategic plan for coordination of access in ATMO-ACCESS.
Involved partners: CNR, FMI, UHEL, UEF, ICOS ERIC, EMPA, NILU, TUD, NOA, UCC, UMAN, AEMET, CYI, UW, BIRA-IASB, JRC
WP8: Sustainable and strategic framework for access to distributed atmospheric Research Infrastructures
integrates findings from all other WPs to identify the most suitable conditions for making trans-national access sustainable beyond the current EU funding model.
Involved partners: CNRS, IMT, CNR, TROPOS, FZJ, KIT, BUW, FMI, UHEL, UEF, ICOS ERIC, TAU, PSI, EMPA, NILU, TUD, ULUND, NIA, FORTH, INOE, UAIC, UCC, UMAN, CEAM, AEMET, UGR, CSIC, CYI, UW, AU, CHMI, ZAMG, MUI, UEVORA, BIRA-IASB, EULS, INRNE, JRC
WP9: Implementing access through TNA activities
deals with central management of TNA in the project, enabling both physical and remote access to a large collection of atmospheric research facilities in a coordinated manner.
Involved partners: CNRS, CNR, TROPOS, FMI, UEF, TAU, EMPA, ULUND, FORTH, UAIC, UCC, CYI, UW, AU, ZAMG, UEVORA
WP10: Implementing virtual access to on-line data and computing and training services
deals with central management of VA in the project, enabling virtual access to cross-RI interoperable cloud services developed in ATMO-ACCESS.
Involved partners: CNRS, IMT, CNR, TROPOS, FMI, ICOS ERIC, EMPA, NILU, ULUND
WP11 Project coordination, management and ethics
delivers effective coordination of all activities in the project through efficient management structures and procedures and maintains an excellent level of functioning across all WPs to ensure the overall smooth running of the project.
Involved partners: CNRS