- Nestor Espinoza
- Thomas Beatty
- Everett Schlawin
- Brian Brooks
- Leonardo Ubeda
- Michael Regan
- Loic Albert
- Knicole Colon
- News & announcemnets.
- TSO WG & JDox articles updates.
- Updates on TSO WG tasks (1/f noise analysis; high-efficiency mode study).
- Closing remarks.
Meeting slides can be found in this link (innerspace/STScI only; external folks interested in the meeting slides, please send an e-mail to Néstor).
1. News & announcements
Brian Brooks brings some announcements/news to the WG:
Everett Schlawin brings up the photom step discussion on the CalWebb WG (see notes here). In summary, CalWebb WG reluctant to leave photom step off by default. Had sent the task our way to find a correction to possible jitters in the data which can then make the photom step to properly work. This sparked an interesting discussion:
Michael Regan also mentioned the fact that the overall calculation of "photon-noise" is most likely wrong at the pipeline level. One doesn't work with counts directly; times for each pixel are not returned. Gains might be off. Nestor Espinoza asked if he could give the TSO WG a presentation on these issues on the next TSO WG meeting; Michael Regan agreed:
|2. TSO WG & JDox articles updates.
Based on the discussion. on the previous TSO WG meeting, Nestor Espinoza and Sarah Kendrew organized a meeting with various stakeholders (JDox leads, JWebbinar leads, Mission Office, etc.) to share the willingness of the TSO WG to work on important documentation topics (see meeting notes of that meeting here; check slides for details). Discussion arose from this:
An initial list of topics to cover on these articles are in the meeting notes shared above. Please, everyone, have a look at them and provide any feedback by our next meeting, June 16. Feedback includes: missing articles you would like to see, change of topic/name of topic for the articles, organization scheme, etc. We will open up the meeting itself to discuss this in detail.
|3. Updates on TSO WG tasks (1/f noise analysis; high-efficiency mode study).
The 1/f noise study is on the modelling stage:
For the high-efficiency mode study: