European Facility For Airborne Research

European Facility For Airborne Research July 15, 2018, 21:31

Research project: COMET

General information

Project acronym COMET
Project title COMET
Project type None
TA status No
TC status No
Project leader None
Aircraft currently selected G550 HALO - DLR Operator DLR
Instrument currently selected None Operator None
Workflow status Pre-review
Publications status No publications
Report status No report

1.General information

Project acronym

COMET

Project title

COMET

Type

None

Scientific theme

Main scientific field and Specific discipline

None

Participants undertaking research
Name Research status Email Institution Institution country CV Letter of reference Publication
Project leader

None

Lead scientist's background (scientific and aircraft measurements background and experience, English level)

Recent relevant publications by application group in last 5 years (up to 5)

Scientific problems being addressed by the experiments to be performed. Brief summary of the experiments

Aircraft

G550 HALO - DLR

Why this aircraft best suits the experiments? Proposed alternative aircraft



2.Description of the experiments

Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output

Weather conditions (e.g. clouds, atmospheric stability, wind speed and direction, weather...)

Time constraints (time of the day, pass(es) of satellites, weekends, season...)

Location(s) and reason for that choice

EDMO, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

Number of flights / flight hours and flight patterns

Other constraints or requirements


3.Key measurements required to achieve science aims

Parameter / measurement required

None

If applicable, specify TA instrument required

None

Instruments to be provided by hosting aircraft operator (basic instrumentation owned by the aircraft operator described on EUFAR website only)

None

Instruments to be provided by scientific group (Have already been flown. On which aircraft? Do the instruments have their own data acquisition system?)

None

Instrument operators onboard (in addition to those provided by the aircraft operator). If so, how many?

None

If applicable, plans for simultaneous field work plans / ground equipment to be used



4.Data processing and analysis

Methodology for handling the data and analysis of output (airborne data acquisition, ground-truthing / observations, data processing and interpretation)

None

Resources available to support the project beyond the flying/data acquisition period (funding, cooperation with other projects, manpower for analysis of results and preparation of user report, availability of laboratory facilities...)

None



5.Planning

Preferred and acceptable dates (season / time windows)

Agreement to share aircraft time (project clustering, cost sharing)

No



6.Other useful comments

Training benefit of the project (e.g. spread potential of airborne research to a wide scientific community; training of research students in experimental planning, methodology, data analysis and applications, etc)

None

If possible, 3 scientific reviewers that EUFAR may contact

Sources of funding of the project and of related projects (if clustering with existing projects supported either by national or other EC funding, how the project add additional or complementary aims to the already funded experiments)

None

Scientific training provided by lead scientist to other EUFAR sponsored scientists within the fields of the proposed experiments and analysis

No

Number of students

None

Number of days recommended

None

Knowledge about EUFAR opportunities from

None

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 312609

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