General information

Name glast.org
Scope Global
Status Production
Validation date 2011-05-30
Discipline
  • Natural Sciences
    • Earth sciences
      • Atmospheric science global
    • Physical sciences
      • Astroparticle physics global
      • Astrophysics global
      • High energy physics global
      • Physics global
      • Space science global
Supported services
  • gLite
Enrollment Url https://voms2.cnaf.infn.it:8443/voms/glast.org/
Homepage Url http://glast.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Support Procedure Url
GGUS dedicated user support No
VOMS setup support No

Description


Acceptable Use Policy

This Acceptable Use Policy applies to all members of glast.org Virtual Organisation, hereafter referred to as the VO, with reference to use of the LCG/EGEE Grid infrastructure, hereafter referred to as the Grid.
The VO management owns and gives authority to this policy.

Goal and description of the VO:
The Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope (GLAST) collaboration operates the GLAST satellite. The collaboration is international, composed of members of research institutions and universities of U.S.A, Italy, Germany, France, Sweden, and Japan. The satellite was launched from Cape Canaveral on June 11, 2008. On board of GLAST there are two scientific experiments. The Large Area Telescope will detect gamma-rays in the energy range from 20 MeV to 300 GeV, with very good position resolution (<10 arcmins), and an energy resolution in the range of 10%. Complementary, the GLAST Burst Monitor is sensitive in the range from 8 keV to 25 MeV. Together, they cover 25 octaves of the electromagnetic spectrum, with large angular acceptances.

High energy gamma-rays are tracers of the most extreme environments in the universe. Objects on the list to study are: gamma-ray bursts, active galactic nuclei, solar flares, and pulsars, pulsar wind nebulae, and supernova remnants. Moreover, GLAST could resolve the nature of dark matter, and is sensitive to effects proposed by theories extending the standard model of particle physics, like quantum-gravity.

Members and Managers of the VO agree to be bound by the Grid Acceptable Usage Rules, VO Security Policy and other relevant Grid Policies, and to use the Grid only in the furtherance of the stated goal of the VO.

Acknowledgments Statement

No Acknowledgment Statement

Resources

Max used physical non-swap i386 memory size 1024
Max used physical non-swap x86_64 memory size 1024
Max size of scratch space used by jobs 100
Max time of job execution 2880
Job wall clock time limit 4320

Cloud Resources

CPU Core
VM Ram
Storage Size

Other requirements


Generic contacts

Full Name DN Email Comment Profile
Francesco Longo /C=IT/O=INFN/OU=Personal Certificate/L=Trieste/CN=Francesco Longo francesco.longo@ts.infn.it VO MANAGER
Michael Kuss /DC=org/DC=terena/DC=tcs/C=IT/O=Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare/CN=Michael Kuss kuss@infn.it Michael.Kuss@pi.infn.it First VO Manager VO MANAGER

Mailing List

VO Managers fermi-lat-admin@lists.infn.it
Operations fermi-lat-admin@lists.infn.it
User Support fermi-lat-admin@lists.infn.it
VO Users fermi-lat-admin@lists.infn.it
Security fermi-lat-admin@lists.infn.it

VOMS information

Detail Hostname Certificate expiration Https port Vomses port Hosted by Admin server Url access
voms-02.pd.infn.it Fri Dec 07 15:03:41 CET 2018 8443 15018 INFN-PADOVA 200: OK
voms2.cnaf.infn.it Thu Aug 01 14:06:15 CEST 2019 8443 15018 NGI_IT 200: OK

Groups and Roles

Group/Role Type Description VO share(%) User for account generation
/glast.org normal users 10
/glast.org/Role=SoftwareManager Software Manager 10
/glast.org/Role=prod production users 80