It's that time of year. Time to start getting excited about this year’s Ignite@AGU! Speakers have been selected and it is a fantastic group. Keep an eye on @ESIPfed on Twitter as we highlight speakers in the leadup to the AGU Fall Meeting. But as a preview, I’ve combined a few words from each of their titles to create some intrigue: “Geomorphology digging disaster: A high elevation explosion in things that annoy me about space exploration.” Ignite@AGU will be in person at the AGU Fall Meeting on December 15!
Some more exciting news from around ESIP, Geoweaver is reaching its 1.0 stable release — this is a big deal. A project that started out with <$10K of funding through the ESIP Lab is ushering a paradigm shift in the way researchers develop and share full-stack workflows. Congrats, Ziheng Sun from George Mason University on all your hard work!
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Registration is open for the January 2022 Meeting (Sessions DUE TODAY)
Who are ESIP's Leaders? Call for Nominations (DUE 11/15)
The ESIP Nominating Committee is organizing nominations for ESIP's elected leadership offices for the 2022 year. If you would like to nominate someone for a position or self-nominate, send your nomination to email@example.com. Nominees will be asked to provide a brief bio and statement of interest.
If you have questions about where your skills would be best used or want to learn more about various positions, please reach out to the Nomination Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Lab Projects Coming to Fruition
A 2018-19 ESIP Lab project turned into a full dissertation. On Tuesday, November 9, Andrew Mullen from Montana State University presents, “An operational methodology for validating satellite-based snow albedo measurements using a UAV,” which is a Montana NASA EPSCoR-funded project.
Jumpstart Your Sustainability Plan (DUE 12/1)
The Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI) is offering a free, virtual mini-course on practical and effective steps for developing a sustainability strategy. PIs of research and teaching-focused gateways and their teams to kick off sustainability planning for new grants or existing projects. Register by December 1 and the course runs Monday, December 6 to Wednesday, December 8.