Created by NASA in 1998, ESIP was formed to bring together community stakeholders. A National Resource Council recommendation called for breaking down silos in the development of NASA’s Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) as a critical element of the U.S. Global Change Research Program.
Since its inception, ESIP has continually grown and attracted a diverse group of partners. That now includes more than 170+ partner organizations and 30+ Collaboration Areas as well as the ESIP Lab. ESIP partners include federal data centers, government research laboratories, research universities, education resource providers, technology developers, and various nonprofit and commercial enterprises. Our nonprofit is governed by volunteer leadership and funded by cooperative agreements with NASA, NOAA, and USGS.
Learn more about the “best thing about ESIP” from our 20th anniversary videos.
ESIP Meeting Announcements
8 Days 'til #ESIP2023
We are excited to gather with you (virtually or in Burlington) from July 18-21 for the ESIP Meeting.
Celebrate our 2023 Raskin Scholar and Falkenberg Awardee
The 2023 Raskin Scholar is Alexis Garretson, a graduate student at Tufts University and The Jackson Laboratory as well as a data scientist for Anecdata.org. The Falkenberg Awardee is Angelia Seyyferth from the University of Delaware. They will both present during a special plated lunch on Wednesday, July 19 that all attendees are invited to. The talks will be livestreamed, starting at 1:10 PM US Eastern Time.
It's that time of year. Thick in the details of #ESIP2023 and thinking ahead to #AGU23. We put together an AGU sessions doc for you to share your call for abstracts and keep tabs on sessions led by our community members. Submissions due Aug 2.
How to Collaborate – Workshop on Effective Collaboration projects
Join the first “How to collaborate: running unfunded working groups to get research done” hosted by the International Soil Modeling Consortium and facilitated by Kathe Todd-Brown from University of Florida. If you are interested, fill out the informational form; the organizers are tailoring the content and time to those who express interest.
Gateways 2023 (Aug 7)
Gateways 2023 is an opportunity for science gateways to showcase their ability to teach, empower and engage research, and provide technologies to various communities. The gathering meets in Pittsburgh, PA, Oct 30-Nov 1.
BYOP – Bring Your Own Portal and poster submissions are due August 7.
Join ESIP Slack and check out the #job-opportunities channel.
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