Supporting the Earth science community to build innovative, applied technologies through funding and community input

Funding Opportunities

User stories

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Annual small grant Dollars to the community

ESIP Partner Organizations

Program Highlights

cross sector

Public, private, and academic partners  create a broad, robust, technology development environment. 


A network of Lab alumni creates collabroation and funding opportunities. 


$20,000 grant funding over 6 months. $5,000 grant funding at the ESIP July Meeting.


Active promotion and outreach exposes Lab-funded projects to the Earth science community.

We are part of a thriving community of Earth science data and software specialists

The ESIP Lab is a single program within the Earth Science Information Partners. ESIP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) scientific and education membership organization. Currently, ESIP receives funding from NASA, NOAA and USGS to provide a platform to support the community with neutral space for virtual and face-to-face workshops, technical meetings, and conferences to support community-driven collaborations around shared Earth science data and information issues.

User Stories

View a complete list of funded projects here.


A web-based, cloud-computing framework for  hydrologic modeling …


A system  to compose and execute full-stack deep learning workflows …

knowledge graphs

 An automatic approach to building a dynamic knowledge graph for Earth science …

Monitoring Ocean Waves

An approach to gauge ocean wave height, period and direction from imagery …

cubesats & Snow

Using  machine learning and planet imagery to create map snow covered area …

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ESIP Lab funding transitioned a published hydrologic model from “research grade” science to a cloud-based operation.

- Eric Sproles - Montana State University

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