The Euclid Data Processing Challenges

Pierre Dubath, Nikolaos Apostolakos, Andrea Bonchi, Andrey Belikov, Massimo Brescia, Stefano Cavuoti, Peter Capak, Jean Coupon, Christophe Dabin, Hubert Degaudenzi, Shantanu Desai, Florian Dubath, Adriano Fontana, Sotiria Fotopoulou, Marco Frailis, Audrey Galametz, John Hoar, Mark Holliman, Ben Hoyle, Patrick HudelotOlivier Ilbert, Martin Kuemmel, Martin Melchior, Yannick Mellier, Joe Mohr, Nicolas Morisset, Stéphane Paltani, Roser Pello, Stefano Pilo, Gianluca Polenta, Maurice Poncet, Roberto Saglia, Mara Salvato, Marc Sauvage, Marc Schefer, Santiago Serrano, Marco Soldati, Andrea Tramacere, Rees Williams, Andrea Zacchei

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Abstract

Euclid is a Europe-led cosmology space mission dedicated to a visible and near infrared survey of the entire extra-galactic sky. Its purpose is to deepen our knowledge of the dark content of our Universe. After an overview of the Euclid mission and science, this contribution describes how the community is getting organized to face the data analysis challenges, both in software development and in operational data processing matters. It ends with a more specific account of some of the main contributions of the Swiss Science Data Center (SDC-CH).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Astronomical Union
Subtitle of host publicationIAU Symposium
PublisherCambridge University Press
Pages73-82
Number of pages10
Volume325
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct-2017

Keywords

  • dark matter
  • galaxies: distances and redshifts
  • galaxies: fundamental parameters
  • surveys
  • catalogs
  • methods: data analysis

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