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EDUSAFE Goals and Partners . O. Beltramello – 17.09.2012. EDUSAFE in the ATLAS Experiment at CERN. ATLAS experiment and CERN safety and radioprotection requirements brought us the development of a safety system to supervise and assist our personnel exposed to extreme environment:

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edusafe goals and partners

EDUSAFEGoals and Partners

O. Beltramello – 17.09.2012

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EDUSAFE in the ATLAS Experiment at CERN

  • ATLAS experiment and CERN safety and radioprotection requirements brought us the development of a safety system to supervise and assist our personnel
  • exposed to extreme environment:
      • Radiations
      • Confined and difficult accessible areas
      • Gases
  • The aim of the system is to improve safety, reduce errors and decrease the time needed for scheduled intervention or emergency and reduce the stress linked to these interventions
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What are our needs ?

  • develop a continuous and secure audio and video communication between the exposed personnel and a remote supervisor in difficult accessible areas
  • monitor health and safety status of our personnel
  • provide them secure and real time information (safety status, activities procedure and data,..) via the most suitable visualization techniques and systems
  • provide to our personnel a visualization of the gamma radiation doses in their working environment
  • design a system structure (SW and HW) easily wearable and adaptable to other type of environment: nuclear installation, fire fighting, deep sea, space and in general to other markets
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In this context, we are going to perform the Marie Curie Initial Training Network Program EDUSAFE ...

3.2 ME budget

1st Sept. 2012 – August 2016

10 Early Stage Researchers (ESR)

2 Experienced Researchers (ER)

Coordinator: CERN/ ATLAS

9 Full Partners (3 industries):

AUEB, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

Canberra, France

CERN / ATLAS, Switzerland

EPFL, EcolePolythechniqueFederale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Novocaptis, Greece

NTUA, National Technical University Athens, Greece

Prisma, Greece

UniversitaDegliStudi Di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy

4 Associated Partners:

AUTH, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

CAEN University, France

DUTH, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

NTUA, National Technical University Athens, Greece

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What are the EDUSAFE Research and Training Challenges

  • Real time data transmission in difficult wireless environments
  • Instantaneous data analysis:
  • - pattern recognition (time lag less than human interaction speed)
  • - pose determination coming from various sources (video, sensors,..)
  • Real time data visualization methods, VR and AR system architecture optimization, rendering
  • Integrated control system development adaptable to various environment
  • Analysis and development of the most appropriate display infrastructure systems, architecture and command methods to visualize data.
  • Development beyond the state of the art of a light and fast gamma radiation camera and its associated SW with AR features and integrated the system
  • Portability, wearability, complex interfaces of the personal portable system optimization
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What are the EDUSAFE Research and Training Challenges

  • The researchers will be trained via an intensive training program combined with very practical technology and systems development:
  • The main aspect will be on-the job training through the work on the individual research project.
    • In his host institution, each fellow will have the possibility to follow colloquium, scientific courses, and seminar.
    • All ESR will be offered the possibility to do a doctorate.
  • All ESR and ER will be offered an intensive secondment training program (up to 30 % of their time) on specific and appropriate technical topics but also in management, career development, leadership, IPs, economical aspects, soft skills...
  • This is delivered via knowledge transfer, work place based training, introduction to techniques and methodology, and if required appropriate formal courses.
  • Several network training events will be organized:
    • Joint training Event, Workshops, Summer Schools
  • The training program will be complemented by regular testing campaigns in the ATLAS Experimental Areas (2 weeks)
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A pre - prototype of the system is existing and have been tested on ATLAS experimental areas (ATLAS, Prisma, Novocaptis)

It does not solve the research and technical issues addressed in EDUSAFE ....

..... but it will be a good start for the fellows to play with !

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Tile Calorimeter Drawer Extraction

Phase 3 – Bypass cooling hoses

  • Bypass the fLVPS cooling hoses by connecting them to each end of the bypass cooling hose

Tool: Bypass cooling hose

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EDUSAFE Work Package Research Program and Organization

  • Work Package 1: Project Management CERN
  • Network Coordinator, Olga Beltramello
  • Project Office, Seamus Hegarty, Gregory Cavallo, Marie Trabaud, Karen Ernst, Hanna Poikela
  • Work Package 2: Augmented and Virtual Reality technology development
  • Work Package Leader, GiulioAielli - University Roma 2
  • ESR1 / ER1– University Roma 2 – SIC: GiulioAielli
  • Electronics engineering, mathematics, IC design and development
  • WRM (Weighting Resistive Matrix) ship development : new pattern recognition concept derived from the LHC experimental research
  • Mathematical and theoretical study of the WRM concept, adaptation of the computer vision advanced methods and algorithm to WRM - ESR1
  • Development of an integrated prototype (ship, readout system and electronics), test bench, system integration - ER1
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Work Package 2:

  • ESR2 / ER2 – EcolePolytechniqueFederale de Lausanne – SIC: Vincent Lepetit
  • Computer vision, computer science, mathematics
  • 3D Tracking System development
  • Development of a fast image patches recognition method (core of the 3D tracking system), robust to lightening and perspective changes
  • Algorithm developed and tested first on SW and then adapted to the WRM platform- ESR2
  • Development of a 3D tracking system exploiting the image patches recognition library. Evolution of the 3D tracking system to the WRM accelerated image patches recognition - ER2
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Work Package 2:

  • ESR3 – Novocaptis – SIC: StathisKasderidis
  • Associate Partner: AUTH, LoukasPetrou
  • Electrical/Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Communications Engineering, Physics, Mathematics
  • Mobile Sensing and Data transfer platform
  • Design of a mobile sensing and audio / video transmission platform and optimization for long, fast and reliable transmission
    • Design and test of a high bandwith and robust wireless integrated transmission system suitable for real time data transmission
  • ESR4 – CERN – SIC: Olga Beltramello
  • Associate Partner: NTUA, Konstantina Nikita
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering / Software Engineering / Electronics.
  • Authoring and Visualizer software development
  • Architecture design and development of the authoring and visualizer software for the selected infrastructure display, for Virtual and Augmented Reality, rendering methods optimization, system integration and validation.
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Work Package 3: Safety System modularity and adaptability of the HW and SW of the control system and the wearable personnel safety system.

  • Work Package Leader, SerafeimKatsikas – Prisma
  • ESR5 – NTUA– SIC: EvangelosGazis
  • Applied Physics, Electrical & Computing Engineering
  • Control system
  • Architecture design and development of the control system and Data Acquisition system architecture. Adaptability and scalability to various environments and markets. Gamma radiation maps determination and in situ correlation methods.
  • ESR6 – Prisma– SIC: SerafeimKatsikas
  • Associate Partner: DUTH, IoannisAndreadis
  • Electrical/Electronic Engineering & ICT.
  • Personnel Safety System modularity and integration optimization
  • Personnel safety system architecture design and optimization for wearibility, power consumption, interfaces, adaptability to various environments and markets (software development, micro-electronics design and development)
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Work Package 4: Safety System enhancement research

  • Work Package Leader, NabilMenaa – Canberra
  • ESR7 and ESR8 – Canberra – SIC: NabilMenaa
  • Associate Partner: Caen University Gilles Ban
  • Software engineering
  • Gamma radiation imaging and fast dose calculation code
    • Development of a new generation of gamma radiation imaging system using the LHC most advanced technologies: portability and sensitivity improvement, new and fast reconstruction algorithm development, fast dose rate calculation codes development.
  • ESR9 – Technical University of Munich, TUM – SIC: Gudrun Klinker
  • AR- based display and interaction environment
  • Computer Science or Computer Engineering
    • Analysis of the display scenarios requirements, design and implementation of flexible display set-up, protocol of command optimization, with a user-centered methodology.
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Work Package 5: Technology assessment and exploitation

  • Work Package Leader, Theodore Apostolopoulos, AUEB
  • ESR10 – AUEB – SIC: Theodore Apostolopoulos
  • Computing, Informatics and Information Systems
  • Technology assessment and Exploitation
    • Technology assessment of the whole safety system, map some other extreme environment technical specifications and requirements.
    • Development of a methodology to take into account these requirements while building the primary prototype so that the future development costs and time – to – market can be reduced.
    • Investigation of the IP and licensing rules in order to support the detailed exploitation plan to transfer the system to other markets.
  • Work Package 6: Integration, testing and demonstration at CERN of the Personal Safety System
  • Work Package Leader, O. Beltramello, CERN
  • All partners including ESR10
  • An integrated system will be developed and tested to demonstrate each component functionality, reliability and durability in extreme situations
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Project main calendar

Plus ... :

- all deliverables and milestones from each WP

- 2 joint integration events inside ATLAS experimental areas (date to be defined later as appropriate for the project)

- all secondments periods

- workshops/ conferences / outreach events

- EU reports

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Outreach activities

  • Strong effort to interact with general public:
    • ESR/ER participation to open events and public workshop, EDUSAFE posters and flyers
    • EDUSAFE final conference will be public
    • EDUSAFE public web site with general information regularly updated
    • ESR/ER participation in the 2013 CERN Open Day (as guides) and in the ATLAS outreach events
    • ESR/ER participation to 3 yearly researcher nights
    • regular multi media release
    • researcher visit their high school
    • 1 visit per year to universities as Marie Curie Ambassadors
    • participation to international conferences (IRPA, European conference on computer vision, ISMAR, ATLAS, etc..)
    • Let us know your proposal of conferences
  • Outreach activities are leaded by the Coordinator
  • All outreach material has to be submitted to Excom (SB) for approval
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Project Organization and Management Structure

CERN coordinates the project via the Network Coordinator (O. Beltramello) and the Project Office ( Seamus Hegarty, Gregory Cavallo and Marie Trabaud, Karen Ernst, Hanna Juujarvi and Roy Pennings ).

CERN will fulfill the duties defined in the Grant Agreement.

The project structure is reflected in the CA to be signed by all project partners.

ATLAS will in addition request the signature of the ATLAB Memorandum of Understanding.

Supervisory Board :

This is the strategic decision making authority.

It consist of a representative of each partner and associate partner.

Executive Committee :

This is the network managerial team, in charge to steer the scientific, training and administrative activities.

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To conclude ...

We have a very challenging and exciting project for the 4 (and more) coming years.

The main words of this project are Collaboration, Communication, Integration and Training.

The success of the project will be based on the good, and very regular collaboration between all individual research projects. Most of these projects are fully inter dependant.

We will try to establish very effective communication channels between the various ESRs/SICs (cf. Supervisory board and WPs).

The training program is very intense, we will ask all your support to fufill it.

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To conclude ...

We will strengthen the network events scheme imposed by European Commission by additional technical reviews all along the project life:

Design reviews, Production Readiness review, etc..

The detailed schedule will be set up depending on the recruitment of the fellows.

We will ask your participation as reviewers (as well as eventually external experts) to guaranty that we all agree on the technical choices of the project.

ATLAS will be a perfect place to test and tune the system .. and we have 2 years of shutdown in front of us, this is an unique opportunity.

The fellows will be granted with the access to the ATLAS underground areas.

The quality of the fellows training and publications will be based on the success of the integrated system.