ESIP Lab Update: May 2018

Highlights from your favorite virtual Earth science tech lab.

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*2018 Spring Request for Proposals*

The spring 2018 ESIP Lab Incubator Request for Proposals is now OPEN. Details in Brief:
Project Duration: 6 months
Proposal Length: 4 Pages
Proposal Deadline: May 30

Collaborative + Innovative
=
Competitive

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RFP Details Here!

Funded Project Highlight

The ESIP Lab funded Tom Narock and Doug Fils to develop Provisium, a prototype for implementing web architecture request/response and visualization approaches for provenanceĀ https://provisium.io.

Find out more about their project here.

 

ESIP Lab GSOC Projects

The application period has closed and the results are in. ESIP will support students Evandro Taquary andĀ Aarif Shaikh to develop ESIP member projects this summer.

Learn more about our their projects:Ā Recurrent Neural Networks applied in the time-series classification over a high-resolution dataĀ andĀ Create Environmental Science Libraries in Python using the Workflow Paradigm for HPC.

ESIP Community Ontology Repository (COR)

We are happy to announce the Community Ontology Repository (COR) is now hosted by ESIP!Ā COR is a web application and service to create, update, access, and map ontologies and their terms. Acting as a community knowledge base, COR offers a growing community base with a broad variety of Earth science artifacts encoded according to semantic and linked data principles. CORā€™s principle values are linked to community leadership and open source software with all aspects of the system being free and open.

Check out this fantastic resource atĀ cor.esipfed.orgĀ andĀ github.com/ESIPFed/cor.

Data Challenge Highlight: DIUx xView 2018 Detection Challenge

xView is one of the largest publicly available datasets of overhead imagery. It contains images from complex scenes around the world, annotated using bounding boxes. The DIUx xView 2018 Detection Challenge theme this year is Disaster Response. $150,000 in rewards – read more here!

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