Data Challenge Final Jamboree
Friday April 30th, online, public, recorded
During this 3 ½ hour "Final Jamboree" event, we presented the challenge, its organization, summarized how the data were simulated and showed our in-house analysis for planet c.
We explained which metrics were applied to the participants' entries to rank them.
Finally, we announced the winners/prizes and discussed the lessons learned, the the legacy tutorial as well as heard the 3 finalist teams give their feedback!
About the Roman Exoplanet Imaging Data Challenge
AGENDA (GMT-4 / EDT)
11:00-12:00 Presentation (Chair: Margaret Turnbull)
Welcome message & motivations for this challenge - Margaret Turnbull
Data simulations (imaging/radial velocity) and architecture of the hidden exoplanetary system - Neil Zimmerman
Organization, steps, tutorials, legacy dataset & tutorial notebooks - Julien Girard
Source identification hurdles and "in-house" analysis tour for one planet - Ell Bogat
12:00 - 12:45 Results (Chair: Margaret Turnbull)
Prizes: what and why - Julien Girard
Metrics and astrometric analysis of the results - Ell Bogat
Results and winners - Julien Girard
30 min BREAK
1:15 - 2:00 Feedback and Lessons learned from finalist teams (Chair: Neil Zimmerman)
Introduction of the teams and lessons learned exercise - Julien Girard
Team ▼ TRIANGLE with a focus on photometry, phase curve and albedo
Team ♦︎ DIAMOND with a focus on how to apprehend CGI reflected light data from previous experiences with ground based data
Team ⬟ PENTAGON with a focus on orbital fitting (integrating RV) & post-processing
2:00- 2:30 Discussion & wrap up (Chairs: Sergi Hildebrandt, Julien Girard and the Team)
How to prepare to real CGI data?
The increasing role of post-processing for the real, less idealistic data and/or the most recent observing scenarios with higher fidelity model uncertainty factors.
Other CGI modes (prism spectroscopy)
The star shade rendezvous