An important aspect of the ESIP community is recognizing the outstanding accomplishments, achievements and service of our partner organizations and individual participants. Learn more about all the ESIP awards: esipfed.org/get-involved/awards
ESIP PARTNER OF THE YEAR
This award honors an ESIP partner organization that best exemplifies the spirit of ESIP in one or more areas. We also consider the ESIP annual theme and our Partners' role in the broader Earth science data community. Learn more and apply or nominate an ESIP Partner.
MARTHA MAIDEN AWARD
This award, named for Martha E. Maiden, Program Executive for Earth Science Data Systems at NASA, honors individuals who have demonstrated leadership, dedication and a collaborative spirit in advancing the field of Earth science information. Learn more and nominate someone.
Changes in a Collaboration Area's focus, format, and leadership are part of the healthy life cycle of collaboration. Some projects wind down — a process we call going on hiatus — while others shift under a new direction.
These evolutions are opportunities for participants in the ESIP community to pick up leadership experience or explore new topics.
Currently, three Clusters are seeking new leadership:
Each month, the webinar series will focus on big geospatial data, remote sensing, and applications across permafrost regions.
Shaping the Future with Researcher-Run Journals (Dec 10)
Seismica is hosting a free workshop on researcher run journals in San Fransisco before the AGU Fall Meeting. The three-hour event takes place December 10 and is a crash course in journal building. Space is limited to 50 participants, so register early.
Introduction to Cloud Native Geo (Nov 1)
Matt Hanson and the Element 84 team of experts are hosting a free, virtual cloud native geospatial workshop on Nov 1. (All attendees will receive a surprise in the mail after completing the workshop!) Spaces are limited & registration opens soon. Stay in the loop through: element84.com
Join ESIP Slack and check out the #job-opportunities channel.
Data Manager | Stone Living Lab | to work with real-time data streams to establish data pipelines
Data Scientist / Scientific Programmer | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution | to contribute a new initiative to develop innovative capacity for co-design of ocean observing and modeling systems in support of carbon cycle science and climate solutions
Research Data Management Specialist | Purdue University Research Repository (PURR) | to support the research data lifecycle and assist in reviewing research data management plans for grant proposal submissions
Data Support Specialist | CIRES/NSIDC | to work with the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) User Services Office (USO) as an information service for NSIDC's scientific user communities