Special Issue "Data in Astrophysics & Geophysics: Research and Applications"
A special issue of Data (ISSN 2306-5729).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (12 October 2018)
Dr. Vladimir A. Sreckovic
Institute of Physics, University of Belgrade, PO Box 57, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
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Interests: solar and stellar astrophysics; high energy astrophysics; atomic and ionic collisions; atomic processes in white dwarfs and solar type stars; space weather studies of upper atmosphere; astrogeoInformatics; astroinformatics; databases
Dr. Aleksandra Nina
The Astrophysics and Ionospheric Laboratory, Institute of Physics, Pregrevica 118, 11080 Zemun, Belgrade, Serbia
The space and Earth’s layers are mediums permanently exposed to influences of numerous perturbations characterized with time- and space-dependent intensity. For this reason, detection of the astrophysical and terrestrial events and their influences, as well as the development and application of various models, must be based on observation data.
The challenges related to data volume, variety and data flow are similar in astro- and geo-observations. This Special Issue aims to encourage the communication among the disciplines by identifying and grouping relevant research solutions. Its goals are to engage a broad community of researchers, both users and contributors, to make new discoveries enabled by the growth of data and technology and to continue interdisciplinary exchanges of ideas and methodologies with other fields.
We would like to invite you to submit articles addressing the data collection in astrophysics and geophysics, its acquisition, processing, and management, so that these results will be used by other scientists and that the compilation of such data sets will be useful to data producers as well. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- big data in astrophysics and geophysics
- data processing, visualization and acquisition
- line profiles data
- interstellar spectra data
- atomic and molecular data in astrophysics
- Earth observation data
- climate data records
- natural hazards and disasters
- remote sensing
Dr. Aleksandra Nina
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