ESIP Update: 2019 Winter Meeting EditionLots going on around ESIP!

Preview: 2019 ESIP Winter Meeting Edition View this email in your browser

ESIP UPDATE: 01.14.19

Good Morning, All,

It’s finally here! The 2019 ESIP Winter Meeting kicks off tomorrow morning (1/15) at 9 am ET. If you cannot attend in person, remember that you can join in on the action virtually! There will be a livestream of the plenary sessions on YouTube and remote connections via GoToMeeting available for all breakout sessions. Find all the info you need at https://2019esipwintermeeting.sched.com.

Please help us capture and preserve meeting content and takeaways in the following ways:

  • Share and get credit for your posters & presentations by uploading them to the ESIP Figshare Portal: https://www.esipfed.org/figshare. There is no need to wait until after the meeting. You can do this now!
  • Help session leads capture key breakout takeaways at bit.ly/WM19TAKEAWAYS.
As you go about the meeting, be sure to say hello to the new ESIP Community Fellows, welcome the representatives of the newest ESIP member organizations, and join in on sessions of the newest ESIP Clusters. If you need a refresher on who exactly is new, see the Jan. 2nd ESIP Update.

Best, 
Megan and the ESIP Staff

Megan Carter Orlando
Community Director
Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP)


  This Week’s Collaboration Area Telecons:

  • Tuesday: CLEAN Network

See the full telecon calendar here. Select the meeting you’d like to attend, login instructions are included in description.


2019 ESIP Winter Meeting Highlights

Theme: Increasing the Use and Value of Earth Science Data and Information

Plenary Sessions
Increasing the Use and Value of Earth Science Data and Information
Tuesday (1/15): 9:00 am – 10:30 am ET
View live-stream here: ESIP 2019 Winter Meeting – Day 1 Plenaries

  • Lesley Wyborn (Australian National University): Orchestrating Symphonies of Earth and Environmental Science Data and Information to Increase Their Reach, Value and Use
  • Christina Bandaragoda (University of Washington): Operational Data Provenance for Anticipatory Disaster Planning
  • Dan Pilone (Element 84, Inc.): From Baseline Science Instruments to CubeSats: Challenges and Opportunities with the Growth of Space Based Data Acquisition and the Commercial World

Open Science, Access, and Software
Thursday (1/17): 9:00 am – 10:30 am ET
View live-stream here: ESIP 2019 Winter Meeting – Day 3 Plenaries

  • Tom Arrison (National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine): Open Science at an Inflection Point
  • Mark Parsons (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute): Open Source Software Policy Options for NASA Earth and Space Sciences
  • Heather Joseph (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition): Exploring the Rile of Journals in an “Open” Future

Breakout Sessions
There will be 35 breakout sessions, too many to name here! Check them out and find remote connection info at https://2019esipwintermeeting.sched.com.

Poster Reception
Join us Wednesday evening for a reception filled with posters, live demos, food, and drinks. This part of the meeting will not include a remote connection – all the more reason to upload your posters and presentations to the ESIP Figshare Portal! See https://www.esipfed.org/figshare to learn how.

Questions/comments? Reply directly to this note or click the button below to email us at staff@esipfed.org

ESIP is funded with support from NASA, NOAA, and the USGS. 

Twitter
Twitter

Website
Website

Email
Email

ESIP GitHub
ESIP GitHub

Copyright © 2019 Earth Science Information Partners, All rights reserved.
 You are receiving this note because you are subscribed to one of the ESIP list-servs.
unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences