Data and Analysis Center for Exoplanets
Project Leader: S. Udry; co-leader: B. Moore Project Scientist: D. Ségransan
The Data Analysis Center for Exoplanets (DACE) is a facility based at the University of Geneva (CH) dedicated to extrasolar planets data visualisation, exchange and analysis. DACE is a platform of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) PlanetS, federating the Swiss expertise in Exoplanet research. Visualisation and data exchange tools are being developed within the platform to facilitate the comparison of theoretical and observational data. Sophisticated data analysis tools are also developed by several project of PlanetS participating to DACE.
At the moment, DACE provides access to ELODIE, CORALIE, HARPS-S and HARPS-N data as well as Keplerian adjustment tools to registered users. Kepler data are available to any visitor of DACE through visualising tools as well as a few basic data analysis tools.
PlanetS-Project and contact person for DACE
S. Quanz, ETH Zürich
Prof. M. Schönbächler, ETH Zürich
C. Lovis, University of Geneva
Prof N. Thomas, University of Bern
C. Mordasini, University of Bern
J. Stadel, University of Zürich
R. Diaz, University of Geneva
Optimally determine planetary physical and orbital parameters through robust statistical treatments of all available information, possibly of different natures (observation, theory, other).
P. Bratschi, University of Geneva
Other Projects and contact person for DACE
D. Ehrenreich, University of Geneva.
F. Roques, Observatoire de Paris.
S. Ekström, University of Geneva.
DACE working force
Nicolas Buchschacher, software engineer, University of Geneva.
Danuta Sosnowska, software engineer, University of Geneva.
Fabien Alesina, software engineer, University of Geneva.