Global Planning

The ACS Workshop will be a 5 days event, with 1 days of community presentations (November 24), followed by 4 days of theoretical and practical job (November 25-28), separated in a basic and an advanced track on different ACS topics. You can attend only the first part or both.

The first day of presentations will be composed by community presentations and talks. The second day will consist on ACS technical talks and a live demo. The course itself will be a 3-days practical workshop, where the most important ACS development topics will be put into practice. During the course, a discussion on the gTCS (the Generic Telescope Control System) architecture will be held in parallel (see here), as an advanced track. This discussion will last about a day, leaving the next three days for a practical advanced work on ACS.

When Basic Track Advanced Track
First day Miscellaneous community presentations
Second day General talks about ACS (big picture)
Talks on diferent ACS services: CDB, NC, Error System... Presentation of the gTCS project, discussion
Third day ACS hands-on work
Fourth day
Fifth day

For further details on each day planning, please refer to the workshop agenda.

ACS Project Web
4th ACS WorkShop at UTFSM 2007

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WorkShop@UTFSM '08 - 1st day

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WorkShop@UTFSM '08 - Final goodbye

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