NASA HAQAST Meeting (April 18-19)
NASA Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences (HAQAST) welcomes any participants to their public, free HAQAST meetings for more engaging discussions on using NASA data for health and air quality needs. The next meeting is April 18-19 in St. Louis, Missouri, and available by Zoom for online attendees. Learn more and register.
Storytelling with Earth System Science Data (May 12)
Unidata’s community Users Workshop, Storytelling with Earth System Science Data: Challenges and Opportunities for Effective, Ethical, and Reproducible Science, is scheduled for June 5-8, 2023 in Boulder, CO, and online. The workshop will cover topics ranging from grand data challenges, tools for exploratory data analysis and visualizing multi-disciplinary data to tell a compelling story, Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, data ethics, and open science.
Attendees will spend time with coaches to create a take-home tangible story using their own data. A schedule of workshop topics can be found on the 2023 Users Workshop page; registration is open through May 12, 2023.
Building Upon the EarthCube Community:
A Geoscience and Cyberinfrastructure Workshop (April 21)
The “Building Upon the EarthCube Community: A Geoscience and Cyberinfrastructure Workshop” will be in Marina Del Rey (Los Angeles), CA, June 27-28. Covers two days of science talks, posters, and demonstrations related to cyberinfrastructure in the geosciences. Abstract submission closes on April 21.
Participation from early-career scientists and members of underrepresented groups in the computer and geosciences is particularly encouraged. There are about 20 early-career travel awards will be awarded. Applications for these awards are due April 21.
AGU Open Science Recognition Prize (April 12)
The Open Science Recognition Prize is awarded by the American Geophysical Union to a person or team for outstanding work in advancing Open Science related to Earth and space science and its impact globally. Winners will be selected from those that advance Open Science through creation or use of open data, software, and other open results. Nominations are due April 12.
New Climate Change Computing Award in Honor of Gordon Bell (April 15)
To highlight and encourage more research focused on modelling the devastating impact of climate change, ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, has established the ACM Gordon Bell Prize for Climate Modelling. The deadline for applications is April 15.