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Collaboration

More than 90 research institutions from fifteen countries have signed the agreement for the international R&D collaboration for a future wide field-of-view gamma-ray observatory in the southern hemisphere. The collaboration aims to develop, over the next three years, a detailed proposal for the implementation of such an observatory, including site selection and technology choices. The partner countries of the Southern Wide field-of-view Gamma-ray Observatory (SWGO) are Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, South Korea, United Kingdom, United States, creating a worldwide community around the project. In addition, there are supporting scientists from 10 additional countries. countries involved in SWGO


Spokespersons

Spokesperson: Jim Hinton

Vice-spokespersons: Petra Huentemeyer, Ulisses Barres

Working Group Coordinators

The current coordinators are:

Steering Committee

Countries in which institutes have signed the “Statement of Interest” in SWGO are asked to appoint a national representative to sit on the SWGO Steering Committee. The current membership of the steering committee is:

  • Adrian Rovero (Argentina)
  • Alberto Reis (Brazil)
  • Claudio Dib (Chile)
  • Hao Zhou (China)
  • Marina Manganaro (Croatia)
  • Jakub Vicha (Czech Republic)
  • Marianne Lemoine-Goumard (France)
  • Christopher Van Eldik (Germany)
  • Alessandro de Angelis (Italy, INFN)
  • Marco Tavani (Italy, INAF)
  • Ibrahim Torres Aguilar (Mexico)
  • Jose Bellido Caceres (Peru)
  • Mário Pimenta (Portugal)
  • Jason Lee (South Korea)
  • Jon Lapington (UK)
  • J. Patrick Harding (USA)

The Spokesperson and Vice-spokespersons are ex-officio members of the steering committee.

Institutes Per Country

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

China

Croatia

Czech Republic

France

Germany

Italy

Mexico

Peru

Portugal

South Korea

United Kingdom

United States of America

collaboration.txt · Last modified: 2024/05/28 14:01 by anapichel