CIRDLES

Cyber Infrastructure Research and Development Lab for the Earth Sciences

CIRDLES collaboratively and continuously develops open source software systems and cyber infrastructure to support the scientific workflows of geo-chronologists engaged in isotope-based dating of rock samples. This mission includes discovering ways to ensure sustainability within our working definiton of cyber infrastructure – “a collaboratively and sustainably evolving socio-technical system of systems including humans, software, computing devices, and electronic storage intended to support and advance open science and ensure reproducibility.”

ESIP Voting Rep:
Name: James Bowring
Email: bowringj@cofc.edu

Type: Type III

Year Joined: 2016

Website: http://www.cirdles.org

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