For the Oswego portion, the main goal is to understand the robotic telescope system as it stands now.
An important web site is given here.
The schedule is given here
The tasks are given here
A list of chimera projects, given by Antonio Kanaan and Paulo Henrique da Silva, we will work on is here
The power point shown on the first day and outlining the tasks is here
The web links mentioned on the first day are
Some background research papers are here.
The main web site for the project is here.
A poster by Dennis describing the reduction controller is here.
A poster by Dennis describing the calibration controller is here.
A poster by Josh B. on extinction/photometry/database is here.
A poster by Sid on the Apogee CCD camera driver is be here.here.
A poster by Earl on a multiphase comparison of PL/PC relastions between the LMC/SMC usign OGLE III data is here.
A poster by Earl on PC/AC relations for LMC type II Cepheids using OGLE III data is here.
A poster by Earl on manipulating and plotting variable star data from large datasets is here.
A poster by Adam on detailed tests of LMC/SMC PL/PC relations is here.
A poster by Adam on random walk tests for nonlinearity of the LMC JK PL relations is here.
This is in conjunction with a poster by Danielle Citro, Jonathan Bennett and Jacob Chartrand on F tests for nonlinearity of the JK LMC Cepheid PL relation which is here.