Welcome to the ESIP Update and Ignite@AGU (at the Adler Planetarium this year!)
Ignite@AGU – Meet Our Speakers
This year, Ignite will be at the Adler Planetarium on Wednesday, Dec 14 during the AGU Fall Meeting. The talks start at 6 p.m., but arrive early because it is AGU's Open Night at the planetarium. And we have a great line up of speakers this year!
Register for the 2023 January ESIP Meeting
Early registration is open through Thursday, January 5 and details on partner, non-partner, and all other rates can be found through our registration portal.
The Open Science & Data Help Desk, our largest event to date, will be hosted by ESIP and AGU during the 2022 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting from Dec 12-15.
Through the Help Desk, researchers can learn about skills and techniques that will help further their research and make their data and software more open and FAIR. The Open Science & Data Help Desk will be staffed with experts from the Earth science informatics community to answer data-related questions and to demo useful resources.
Clean Air Happy Hour
Join an evening gathering co-hosted by our ESIP partner OpenAQ: Clean Air Happy Hour at AGU on Tuesday, December 13 from 6-8 p.m. at the Haymarket Pub and Brewery. Make sure to RSVP.
Scalable and Computationally Reproducible Approaches to Arctic Research (March 27-31)
This is a five-day, in-person workshop at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis in Santa Barbara, California. The workshop will provide Arctic researchers with an introduction to advanced topics in computationally reproducible research in python, including software and techniques for working with very large datasets.
Join ESIP Slack and check out the #job-opportunities channel.
You'll find positions like:
Postdoctoral Research Scholar, North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies of NC State University, to work on satellite data analysis to support the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) Fundamental Climate Data Record (FCDR)
Full Stack Cloud Development Engineer, NASA Goddard Earth Sciences (GES) Data and Information Services Center (DISC), to design, build, and maintain efficient, reusable and reliable code within a cloud infrastructure