This is a web resource to support the work of the LSST:UK Collaboration, including its governance, research activities and engagement with LSST entities in the United States and elsewhere. Most areas of the site are accessible only with a valid account. If you are involved in LSST:UK and wish to have access to this site, click through to apply for an account.
Information for members
Resources for members
Information and useful links for the LSST project (international)
Website Layout and Content
The LSST:UK Wiki is divided into different 'spaces', to help people find the colleagues and materials that are relevant to them. All but the Home space can only be accessed using a user account. Some spaces are restricted-access and only accessible by users with specific responsibilities. The current list of spaces is as follows:
- Home – this space, which is available without the need to login and holds topical, public information, plus links to useful resources.
- LSST:UK Science Centre (requires login) – which holds material for the (PPRP-funded, Phase A) LUSC project team.
- LSST:UK Executive Committee (restricted to Executive Committee) – which holds information specifically for the Executive Committee.
- LSST:UK SWG (requires login) – which holds materials for the various science-working groups and science collaborations that LSST:UK engages with.
- LSST:UK Board (restricted to Board Members, plus supporting roles (that is, Project Manager, Project Leader, and so on)).
- Collaboration – used to progress activities and/ or share documents and information with people from outside of LSST:UK. Material hosted on this space is likely to be accessible to people from the international science community, so should be regarded as being public.
You can navigate to a site that is visible from you via the 'Spaces' pull-down menu at the top of most pages. If you do not have access to a space that you believe you should have access to, contact the LSST:UK Project Manager (George Beckett). Also do this, if you do have access to a space that you don't believe you should have access to.