Internet of Water Webinar (Feb 6)
Join the Internet of Water Coalition to discuss the role of water data in supporting water reuse. This webinar will highlight two examples of data-driven, water recycling partnership in water scarce regions. Register for the webinar, taking place on Feb 6 at 10 am US Eastern Time.
NSF-sponsored workshop on “Sustainable Computing for Sustainability” (Feb 15; April 16-17)
The NSF Workshop on Sustainable Computing for Sustainability will be held at National Science Foundation in Alexandria, VA, on April 16-17. Space is limited for in-person and hybrid formats; submit a statement of interest by Feb 15.
Make Data Count Webinar (Feb 22)
DataCite, supported by the Wellcome Trust, has shared the first release of the Data Citation Corpus. Read more about the project and join them for an informational webinar on Feb 22 at 11 am US Eastern Time.
Year of Open Science Conference (March 21-22)
The Center for Open Science (COS), in collaboration with NASA, is hosting a no-cost, online culminating conference on March 21 and 22 to showcase the outcomes, coalition-building efforts, and ongoing work stemming from the 2023 Year of Open Science (YOS).
AI-readiness Funding Opportunity (Feb 21)
The FARR (FAIR in ML, AI-readiness, and Reproducibility) Research Coordination Network invites proposals for focused, limited-term efforts to advance some aspect of AI-readiness in an earth sciences domain. Application review starts Feb 21.
2024 OpenAQ Community Ambassador Program (Feb 21)
Applications are open for the 2024 OpenAQ Community Ambassador Program, which supports ten emerging air quality leaders in low- and middle-income countries in developing skills to fight air inequality—the unequal access to clean air. The stipend is $2,000 over ten months for fully remote collaborations. Applications close on Feb 21.
M. Lee Allison Geoinformatics Award (Feb 28)
This award is granted annually by the Geological Society of America Geoinformatics Division for outstanding contributions to geosciences through the application of the principles of Geoinformatics. Nominations are due by Feb 28.
New NSF Co-sponsored Initiative: the National AI Research Resource (NAIRR) (March 1)
The NAIRR is a vision for a shared national research infrastructure for responsible discovery and innovation in AI. The NAIRR pilot is being launched and led by the U.S. National Science Foundation in partnership with ten other federal agencies and many non-governmental partners.
- Call for Allocations (March1): Initial NAIRR Pilot call for allocations to high performance computing resources
- Survey (March 8): a Survey on Researcher and Educator Use Cases for the NAIRR
- NAIRR pilot resources: The NAIRR pilot is making available AI-related resources contributed by our partners, such as AI ready datasets, pre-trained models, analytic platforms, and software.
New NSF Funding Opportunity (March 15)
The National Science Foundation is offering a new funding opportunity: Collaborations in Artificial Intelligence and Geosciences (CAIG). The CAIG program seeks to advance the development and adoption of innovative artificial intelligence (AI) methods to increase scientific understanding of the Earth system.
Join an informational webinar on Monday, Jan 22 at 1 pm ET. Proposals are due March 15.