ESIP Update: ESIP Summer Meeting Registration, Call for Sessions, and more.

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ESIP UPDATE: Register for the Summer Meeting in Bloomington, grab a hotel room, and submit your session. The early bird gets the breakout room! 

 
Remember when all your data points were tasty? Relive your science-fair glory days at the Summer ESIP Meeting! Do a FUNding Friday poster with your colleagues. Take a workshop: teach a workshop. Network and learn.

Good morning all – It’s Monday, do you know what’s happing in your Slack channel?  If you are not already on the team: here is your INVITATION.
Last chance to add your thoughts (and words) to an ESIP response to the NSF RFI on cyberinfrastructure needs. 

Remember, if there is anything you’d like to see included in next week’s Monday Update, send it to Bruce Caron (brucecaron AT esipfed.org). 

Best, 
Bruce 
brucecaron AT esipfed.org

Federation News 

  • Registration and the Call of Sessions are open for the ESIP 2017 Summer Meeting
  • ESIP response to NSF cyberinfrastructure needs RFI
  • ESIP Education Out 2 Lunch webinars

Around the Federation

  • DataONE Users Group Meeting July 24-25
  • OGC recruiting a Director of Knowledge Management
  • Linking Environmental Data and Samples Symposium (CSIRO)
  • DataONE Webinar: From Rolling Deck to Repository
  • AGI Summer Internships
  • DataONE Summer Internship Program

Telecons:

  • Monday: 
  • Tuesday: CLEAN Network, Education, Program Committee, Discovery
  • Wednesday: Science Software, Visioneers, VR/AR, SciComm [NOTE: call moved from last week]
  • Thursday: Data Analytics, Drones
  • Friday: 

See the full telecon calendar here. Select the meeting you’d like to attend, login instructions are included in description. 

Federation News

Register NOW for the ESIP Summer Meeting
NOTE: The Call for Sessions is now open! This Summer, ESIP will be gathering on the campus of Indiana University, Bloomington, where 3 days of workshops, breakouts, and a couple great plenary talks will bring 300 Earth science data experts and data users together to solve problems and share the knowledge we’ve collected about the Earth system. HERE is the REGISTRATION and Call for Sessions LINK 

ESIP response to NSF cyberinfrastructure needs RFI
ESIP President, Emily Law, invites you to participate:
“Many in our community have expressed interest in providing inputs to the NSF call for advanced cyberinfrastructure needs:
As the leading community in advancing the use of Earth science data, it is in our interest to provide a consolidated ESIP response to this RFI.
You are invited to contribute to this collective response by using the Loomio platform (in conjunction with Google Doc). The platform promotes shared document editing (Google Docs) and discussion (Google Docs and Loomio) and transparent decision making (Loomio).
Please join us by hopping on: https://www.loomio.org/invitations/70d1c101c699ae5c3a22
In order to meet the RFI submission due date on April 5, 2017, please complete your edits of the Google Docs (thru Loomio) by March 10. That will allow time to complete discussion by March 24, and to finalize by March 31.

ESIP Education Out 2 Lunch Webinars
ESIP Education is proud to announce the debut of Out 2 Lunch; 10-minute GoToMeeting demonstrations of data tools & resources for educators teaching grades 6-14. Teachers can watch the presentations over their lunch hour or project the presentations and share with students during class, enabling discussion during the 5-minute Q&A.  

Check out this incredible line-up for spring 2017: 
March 8th – Climate Explorer, LuAnn Dahlman, NOAA CPO
March 22nd – NEO, Stephanie Schollaert Uz, NASA Goddard
April 5th – EOSDIS Worldview, Ryan Boller, NASA GSFC 
April 19th-  GLOBE cloud apps & S’COOl, Sara McCrea, NASA Langley
May 3rd-  NOAA View Data Exploration Tool, Dan Pisut, NOAA EVL
May 17th – Tools for Watching & Teaching the August Solar Eclipse, Pat Reiff, Rice University

Around the Federation

DataONE Users Group Meeting July 24-25
The 2017 DataONE Users Group Meeting will be held July 24th and 25th and collocated with the Summer ESIP Federation Meeting. Both meetings will be held at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. The DUG meeting will be a 2-day event July 24-25th featuring plenary presentations, topical breakout sessions and community led discussions. There is no cost for meeting registration.
ALSO NOTE:  DataONE is seeking nominations for Chair/Vice-Chair or Co-Chair positions for the DUG. Information on the DUG procedural guidelines detailing roles and responsibilities can be found at: https://www.dataone.org/DUG-guidelines. Interested parties should email dugchairs@dataone.org for more information or for nomination.

OGC is Recruiting a Director of Knowledge Management
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is seeking a highly-qualified individual for the position of Director of Knowledge Management. The OGC is a non-profit, international, voluntary consensus standards organization that is leading the development of standards and associated best practices for geospatial and location based services. The OGC Knowledge Manager serves as the OGC staff lead to facilitate the publication of OGC standards and related documentation. The deadline for applications is 31 March 2017. HERE is the LINK to the JOB ANNOUNCEMENT.

Linking Environmental Data and Samples Symposium (CSIRO)
CSIRO is hosting a symposium “Linking Environmental Data and Samples” (29 May – 03 June 2017, Canberra, AUS).
The symposium will bring together leading researchers in earth and  environmental informatics, to establish the current state of the art in  environmental science data publication and its use of modern web  principles. The focus is on linking data, with a particular interest in  the integration of physical samples with datasets based on these. Key topics include:
– Science drivers for linking environmental data and samples
– Community specific solutions (Marine geoscience and oceanography, Biodiversity, Earth Observation, Mineral Exploration)
– Technical challenges in linked data and persistent identification
– Social and organisational impacts
– Elements of Open Science

DataONE webinar: From Rolling Deck to Repository
Please be reminded of our upcoming Webinar “From Rolling Deck to Repository – Lessons Learned in Managing Data for the US Research Fleet” presented by ESIP Member Robert Arko (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory). Tuesday March 14th at 0900 am Pacific Time, 1200 noon Eastern Time. Register now via https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1616401220696272641
Abstract:  R2R is the NSF-supported repository for environmental sensor data routinely acquired by U.S. oceanographic research vessels. The research fleet supports hundreds of expeditions around the world each year, ranging from oceans to coasts and estuaries to the Great Lakes. R2R works with an extensive network of partner repositories to link original field data from both sensors and samples, post-field products, global syntheses, and journal articles.

AGI Summer Internships
The American Geosciences Institute will be hiring two interns this summer in our Geoscience Policy and Critical Issues programs – see below for more details of each. The internships are based in Alexandria, VA (just across the river from DC), run for 12 weeks, and come with a fixed stipend of $5000. You must be a U.S. citizen and enrolled in, or have recently completed, a geoscience or geo-related bachelor’s or master’s degree program to apply. The application deadline for both internships is March 15th.
Geoscience Policy Internship -AGI seeks outstanding geoscience or geo-related students (undergraduate or master’s) and recent graduates with a strong interest in federal science policy. Interns will hone their writing and web publishing skills while gaining first-hand understanding of the legislative process and executive branch agencies. Apply here.
Critical Issues Internship – AGI seeks outstanding geoscience or geo-related students (undergraduate or master’s) and recent graduates with a strong interest in state and local science policy, science communication, and outreach.  Apply here.

DataONE Summer Internship Program
Please be reminded our application period for the DataONE Summer Internship Program is still open. We have six different project opportunities ranging from search log analysis, provenance queries, semantic annotation, marketing and more.  Applications are being accepted until March 17th 2017. For full information and to apply, visit https://www.dataone.org/internships.  

Out2Lunch Exploring Ground Motions - UNAVCO Velocity Viewer

UNAVCO Velocity Viewer Demo: ESIP Education Out2Lunch

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Bruce Caron
ESIP Federation | 805-966-1100 | brucecaron@esipfed.org
www.esipfed.org

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