ESIP Update¬†ūüĆ≥ Are you joining us in Pittsburgh?


It's been a while. What is an in-person ESIP Meeting going to be like?

A Note from Susan

Hello ESIP!

Our priority for the July 2022 ESIP Meeting is to provide a joyful, engaging, and in-person experience in Pittsburgh.  

You have told us how much you all miss the benefits of face-to-face networking, sharing a cup of coffee with a colleague, and making the new connections that we know fuel innovation. Renewing and deepening these connections is paramount in our meeting planning and design. 

We realize that not everyone is able to travel to Pittsburgh. Hybrid formats make accessibility and cost difficult, too. We are prioritizing in-person gathering this July but there will be limited virtual options. To try and get the best of both virtual and in-person events, we are committed to delivering a robust and interactive online meeting in January 2023. 

We will continue to add details in our FAQ on esipfed.org/meetings and you can stay up-to-date with the ESIP Meeting agenda on Sched.

Thank you for your enthusiasm and thoughtfulness as we make a big shift back to in-person gatherings. We CAN’T WAIT to see you in Pittsburgh!

Susan Shingledecker
Executive Director, ESIP

Meeting Info + FAQs

Collaboration Area Telecons

Here's what to expect this week:

  • Tuesday¬†
    • Information Quality (2 p.m. EST)¬†
    • Physical Samples Cluster (5¬†p.m. EST)¬†
  • Wednesday
    • Knowledge Graphs Special Session (4 p.m. EST)¬†
  • Thursday¬†
    • Schema.org (2:30 p.m. EST)¬†
    • Air Quality (4 p.m. EST)¬†

See the full Community Calendar. Select the meeting you'd like to attend, login instructions are included in description. Please review and follow our community guidelines. 



ESIP News and Events

Call for Sessions Open for July 2022 ESIP Meeting

We are excited to share that the session proposal portal is open for the July 2022 ESIP July Meeting to be held in Pittsburgh, PA. Submit session proposals by Friday, April 29. 

More details will be shared on esipfed.org/meetings and Sched as they become available and reach out to staff@esipfed.org with questions.
 

ESIP Lab RFP: Machine Learning Tutorials

This special ESIP Lab request for proposals looks to help researchers transition machine learning (ML) workflows into well-documented, interactive, and shareable tutorials. Specifically, the funds will support tutorials related to hydrology, seismology, or the cryosphere.

Up to $5,000 ($7,000 if including Geoweaver) can be awarded for each proposal. Read the full RFP and how the projects will be incorporated into the NSF's GeoSMART curriculum. 

Call for Raskin Scholarship Applications

The Raskin Scholarship seeks to promote collaboration, research support, and exposure for talented students in the Earth or computer sciences. The scholarship includes a $5,000 award and support to attend the July 2022 ESIP Meeting (July 18-22, 2022). Applications are due Friday, March 25.
 

New Open Source Science Transformation Cluster Kickoff (3/31)

Are you interested in helping drive the transformation to open-source science (OSS)? The newly initiated Open-Source Science Transformation cluster aims to develop and build a broad community around OSS.

Join the first telecon on Thursday March 31 at noon EST.

This Week in Earth Science Data


 


To read…

ESIP Community Publication #ICYMI
The article Risk Assessment for Scientific Data (Data Science Journal) came up in the Data Stewardship telecon while discussing the challenges that Ukrainian scientists, curators, and data mangers face. The work was led by ESIP community members Matthew S. Mayernik, Kelsey Breseman, Robert R. Downs, Ruth Duerr, Alexis Garretson, Chung-Yi (Sophie) Hou, the Data Stewardship Committee, and EDGI.

Interesting #EarthScienceData 

Tune in…

Invitation for 3rd EarthCube Model Data RCN workshop
The RCN project is hosting another workshop to tackle open issues in preservation, sharing, and curation of data and software from research that uses simulations. The workshop will run July 25-27 in Grand Forks, North Dakota and participant travel costs will be covered. To apply, fill out this Google Form by March 31. 

Open Science Pathways in the Earth, Space, and Life Sciences
SciLifeLab Data Centre and the American Geophysical Union (AGU) are hosting a free, half-day Open Science event on May 9 focusing on several themes:

  • The Path to Open, Reproducible Science – Stories from the Research Community
  • How to Open Science – Practical Use Cases, Lessons Learned from the Research Community
  • Open Science from a Broader Context – What Open Science Means from the National and International Perspectives

Job Opportunities

Join ESIP Slack and check out the #job-opportunities channel.
 
You'll find positions like:

  • Senior Java Web Developer, Science Systems and Applications Inc. (SSAI),¬†¬†to support development tasks and work as a technical lead
  • Project Manager, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, with a specialty in air quality to¬†manage the¬†Clean Air Catalyst program and help make cities greener
  • Account Manager – National Government, Esri, support NOAA to¬†optimize and expand adoption of Esri technology and¬†identify new areas of growth
  • Geoinformatics Scientist,¬†Carnegie Institution for Science‚Äôs Earth and Planets Laboratory,¬†with expertise in astromaterials, informatics, data management, and project management

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