We are co-hosting the Open Science and Data Help Desk (booth #1423) at the Open Science Pavilion in the Exhibit Hall during the AGU Fall Meeting. Join us for demos, bring folks for advice, and catch up with the #EarthScienceData community.
Ignite@AGU at the Great American Music Hall on Wednesday, Dec 13 at 6 PM during the AGU Fall Meeting. The talks will be recorded, but this is a venue and lineup you don't want to miss. No RSVP needed this year.
AGU Informatics Student and Early Career Networking
AGU Informatics is hosting a Student and Early Career Networking Event on Thursday, Dec 14 at 6:30 pm at AGU23. It will be in the Salon 1 (Lower B2 Level, Marriott Marquis SF). We encourage members of the Earth science data community from all career stages to attend and help young professionals make valuable connections.
ESIP Meeting Announcements
Registration is open!
Early registration is open through Dec 22 for the all-virtual 2024 January ESIP Meeting. This year's theme is Grounded in Trust: Data Ethics Empower Collaboration.
In addition to early registration rates, we offer a need-based, limited pool of full and partial fee waivers. That includes our Expanding Access to ESIP Scholarship for students who identify as Black, Indigenous, and Latino/a/x. Send in an ESIP Meeting Registration Assistance form or reach out to email@example.com.
Join the Machine Learning Cluster on Friday, Dec 15 at noon ET for a presentation with Alan Geer, Principal scientist at European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, which is affiliated with World Meteorological Organization (WMO). His talk is titled, “Combining machine learning with data assimilation to learn new models and to improve earth system analyses: a sea ice case study.”
NASA released its free Open Science 101 curriculum to empower researchers, early career scientists, and underrepresented communities with the knowledge and tools necessary to embrace open science practices. It also helps prepare researchers to incorporate required open science data management plans when applying for NASA grant funding.
Forest Carbon Codefest (Dec 18)
Come to the Forest Carbon Codefest in Boulder, Colorado to explore disturbance-related aboveground forest carbon dynamics in the Southern Rockies from March 12-14. Applications are due Dec 18.
This award is granted annually by the Geological Society of America Geoinformatics Division for outstanding contributions to geosciences through the application of the principles of Geoinformatics. Nominations are due by Feb 28.
Join ESIP Slack and check out the #job-opportunities channel.