The Virtual Data Help Desk at vEGU21 is in full swing this week! The event, which is being led by ESIP, EGU, and AGU, as well as their partners, connects researchers with informatics experts familiar with their scientific domain to learn about skills and techniques that will help further their research and make their data and software more open and FAIR. Follow the action on Twitter HERE and check out our growing gallery of contributed demos and tutorials at bit.ly/DataHelpEGU21. If you see questions or topics you're interested in, jump in where you can to suggest resources or other individuals that might help. It's an all-hands-on-deck event! Thank you and please note: you do not have to be attending the EGU General Assembly to take part in the Data Help Desk.
One of the resources we are proud to feature is “A Graduate Student's Road Map to Data Management Training.” Created by ESIP Community Fellows Ben Roberts-Pierel, Eleanor Davis Pierel, and Yuhan (Douglas) Rao, this resource is a guide to help graduate students wade through the ocean of resources to identify what data management practices they should be considering at different graduate school milestones. We are grateful to the Fellows for developing this resource and to the community members who provided input (at past ESIP Meetings and beyond).
Looking for some other great reads this week? Check these out:
See the full telecon calendar here. Select the meeting you'd like to attend, login instructions are included in description.
ESIP Summer Meeting: Registration Now OPEN
Registration is now open for the 2021 ESIP Summer Meeting (July 19th-23rd, 2021 ONLINE), which will have the theme: Leading Innovation in Earth Science Data Frontiers. The meeting will be another jam-packed week of plenaries, community-contributed breakout sessions, networking opportunities, FUNding Friday, and much more. The session proposal deadline has now passed and a draft schedule will be released soon. In the meantime, you can learn more about the meeting and register here.
Next ESIP Innovation Webinar: InCubed Programme (4/28 at 11:30 am ET/8:30 am PT)
The next installment in ESIP's webinar series on innovation will feature InCubed, which stands for ‘Investing in Industrial Innovation’ and is a Public Private Partnership co-funding program run by the European Space Agency (ESA) Φ-lab. InCubed focuses on developing innovative and commercially viable products and services that leverage the value of Earth observation imagery and datasets. The programme has a very wide scope and can be used to co-fund anything from building satellites to ground applications and everything between or to develop new EO business models. Join the webinar to hear about the programme and 4 examples of very innovative developments supported by it, including Hyperscout-2, COASTEO, MANTIS, and SAT4FLOOD. Please register for this webinar using this link.
CALL FOR PAPERS: Software Citation, Indexing, and Discoverability (due 7/16)
Software is increasingly essential to research. It can be viewed as both a tool to be recorded (for reproducibility) and cited (for credit) as a part of scholarly research works, as well as an output of research that can be used, reused, and further developed. Making this happen effectively leads to challenges in how it is cited, indexed, and discovered. These include challenges relating to: software metadata; identifiers for software and their relationship to those of other research objects; the role of other stakeholders such as indexes, libraries and registries; fostering adoption; development of related tools; and the role of the FAIR principles in this space. This special issue will focus on recent work addressing these challenges. Learn more here.
Preparing, recovering, responding: The OGC Disaster Pilots 2019-2021
OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) has issued a call for participation in the 2021 Disaster Pilot. Learn more about the Pilot and how you can participate in this blog post.
Job Opportunities Channel in the ESIP Slack Workspace
In case you haven't noticed, there is a lively channel in the ESIP Slack where community members can post and view current job opportunities, like the one posted below. Please feel free to peruse and add openings you are aware of. To find the channel, join the ESIP Slack workspace and then join the #job-opportunities channel.
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