ESIP News and Events
Welcome our new ESIP partners!
The Australian Research Data Commons and Synoptic Data PBC joined ESIP this spring. They help us expand our international community and innovate in data access and analysis.
ARDC contributes through the Information Quality Cluster and Synoptic Data PBC leaders have proposed a great session on public-private partnerships at the upcoming July Meeting.
ESIP Lab RFP: Machine learning tutorials
The RFP is for microgrants to help make ML educational materials more robust and accessible for Earth science researchers and educators. (Check out the Q&A blog post about two examples.) The call is open through May 15 and focuses on hydrology, seismology, and the cryosphere.
Get ready for the next Data Help Desk at EGU 2022
The European Geosciences Union (EGU) kicks off their annual meeting in Vienna on May 23. ESIP is supporting another virtual Data Help Desk during the conference.
Make sure to follow @EarthDataHelp and follow along, chime in, and share resources #EGU22 #DataHelpDesk.
How are you getting to the July 2022 ESIP Meeting?
Taking the road less traveled? If you're investing your time into alternative transportation like taking the train, going on a cycling trip, or plugging in your EV, then we'd love to share your story.
Before, during, and after the meeting, we'll gather photos and quotes, then we'll curate a photo essay to share with the broader ESIP community. If you'd like to participate, email ESIP communications manager Allison Mills (email@example.com).
Help us bring back the art of hallway chats
We hear time and time again that what people miss most about in-person meetings is the chance to catch up, make a new connection, and start a roll (of ideas or the bakery type? Both.) Coffee breaks are where a lot of that magic happens.
We are looking for sponsors for our meeting coffee breaks this July. With a $5,000 package, a sponsor gets recognition throughout the meeting, social media shout-outs, and a chance to build community in a sorely missed meeting format. You bring the #EarthScienceData, we'll bring the coffee.