6 August 2014 SciOps2.0: an evolution of ESO/VLT's science operations model
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This paper presents the recent changes undergone by the Science Operations department of the ESO Paranal Observatory. This revised science operations model, named SciOps2, aims at improving operations efficiency and quality of the data delivered to our community of users. The changes regarding the new department structure, its staffing, and the distribution of tasks and responsibilities, are described in details, as well as the measured impact of these changes.
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Christophe Dumas, Christophe Dumas, Henri Boffin, Henri Boffin, Stéphane Brillant, Stéphane Brillant, George Hau, George Hau, Cédric Ledoux, Cédric Ledoux, Antoine Mérand, Antoine Mérand, Steffen Mieske, Steffen Mieske, Andres Pino, Andres Pino, Thomas Rivinius, Thomas Rivinius, Alain Smette, Alain Smette, Andrew Wright, Andrew Wright, "SciOps2.0: an evolution of ESO/VLT's science operations model", Proc. SPIE 9149, Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes, and Systems V, 91491G (6 August 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2056926; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2056926


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