How to Build a Digital Crust – GSA Short Course (Oct 14)
Offered during GSA Connects on Oct 14 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., “How to build a digital crust” is a short course hosted by the new DigitalCrust community.
The course will focus on the basics of collaborative software design (the Git version control system and GitHub collaboration platform) and how these new approaches can be integrated into geoscience workflows and careers.
GeoSmart Hackweek (Sept 15)
Registration is now open for the GeoSmart Hackweek 2023 (Oct 23-27). Offered in-person and remotely, this is a collaborative and participant-driven program focused on the application of machine learning in geoscience. Participants with all levels of experience will explore machine learning workflows in hydrology and cryosphere with tutorials, data preparation, building and cross-validating ML models, and more. Send GeoSmart applications to firstname.lastname@example.org, which are due Friday, September 15.
2024 NCEAS Environmental Data Science Summit Application
The second Environmental Data Science (EDS) Summit takes place in Santa Barbara on Feb 6-7, 2024 to discuss communication and translation of environmental data to broad and diverse audiences. Applications to attend the EDS are now open and selected participants (about 100 people) will be notified this fall. There is funding to cover full travel for up to 60 individuals. Learn more through the UC Santa Barbara’s National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) website.
Living Planet Fellowship call for proposals (Oct 27)
A new fellowship supports the new generation of scientists in European Space Agency (ESA) Member States to undertake cutting-edge research in Earth Observation and Earth System Science, maximise the scientific impact of ESA missions and European EO capacity and respond to the main challenges of the ESA science strategy. With this call ESA plans to support a new set of research post-doctoral positions to be co-funded by ESA.