January 9-11th, 2018 – Bethesda, MD
The Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) 2018 theme is ‘Promote techniques to articulate and measure the socioeconomic value and benefit of Earth science data, information and applications.’ The theme is based on one of the goals in the 2015 – 2020 ESIP Strategic Plan, which provides a framework for the ESIP’s activities over the next two years. ESIP will also be celebrating 20 years as a community!
Save the Date!
The 2018 ESIP Winter meeting will be the week of January 8, 2018, in Bethesda, MD.
Early registration (through December 18, 2017) is $415 for members and $550 for non-members and will open in October. After December 18, the registration fee rises to $515 for members and $650 for non-members. The student registration fee is $150 (This does not go up). A special one-day rate is available for $200. A full refund will be given until December 18. No refunds will be issued for canceled registration after December 18.
All registrations include lunches, morning and afternoon food and beverage breaks and the poster session reception. We encourage attendees to go green and use online meeting materials to navigate the meeting, but printed copies of the program and schedule will be available upon request.Register Here
The 2018 Winter Meeting is at the Bethesda North Marriott, Bethesda, MD. Make your reservations using this link.
#ESIPfed on social media
We encourage social media users to follow @ESIPfed on Twitter and @Federation-of-Earth-Science-Information-Partners-ESIP on Facebook for meeting updates and information. Please share your meeting experience and photos on your social media platform of choice, and tag your posts with #ESIPFed. Later we’ll gather some of these posts and media into a Storify to tell the story of what happens at an ESIP meeting.
ESIP meetings are interdisciplinary and inclusive. They are a member-led mix of plenary talks, breakout sessions, poster presentations, technical workshops and networking opportunities that encourage discussion about emerging and persistent topics in Earth science data, provide exposure to new technologies and emerging concepts, and facilitate relationships with colleagues from across institutions and disciplines. Among the attendees are Earth science data and information technology practitioners; researchers representing a variety of scientific domains that include land, atmosphere, ocean, solid earth, ecology, data and social sciences; science educators; and anyone working in science and technology-related fields who is interested in advancing Earth science information best practices in an open and transparent fashion.
This year’s poster session will be held Wednesday, January 10th during the evening reception. Posters should be no larger than 3′ x 4′ (landscape). After the meeting you should upload your poster directly to Figshare, instructions here: http://www.esipfed.org/meeting-news/uploading-your-esip-content-to-figshare