ESIP Lab – RFP now openThis year’s theme is climate resilience.

2020 ESIP Summer Meeting

2020 ESIP Summer Meeting

ONLINE, Mid-July

ESIP meetings bring together the most innovative thinkers around Earth observation data, thus forming a community dedicated to making Earth observations more discoverable, accessible and useful to researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and the public.

About the ESIP Summer Meeting

ESIP Meetings bring together Earth science data and technology experts across sectors to discuss and exchange current trends, technologies, and expertise. Our meetings feature a high percentage of community-contributed breakout sessions and are known for quality networking time, with more than 90% of recent participants reporting they have formed a collaboration with someone at an ESIP Meeting. The 2020 ESIP Summer Meeting theme is Putting Data to Work: Building Public-Private Partnerships to Increase Resilience & Enhance the Socioeconomic Value of Data.

Propose a Session (by 4/17)

We have opened the session proposal portal. Propose a session now through 4/17! Sessions can fall into a variety of formats, including workshops, panel discussions, working sessions, and more. We especially welcome contributions related to the meeting theme. Learn more.

Demos & Posters

Beyond the traditional powerpoint presentation, the Research Showcase provides attendees with opportunities to showcase their work via a virtual poster or a recorded demo. You can propose a virtual poster or recorded demo when you register.

Breakout Sessions

ESIP Meetings are known for the high percentage of community-contributed breakout sessions featuring a broad range of topics related to increasing the use and value of Earth science data and information. Check out the full agenda here.

Pricing & Registration

Register by the early-bird deadline of 6/30 before rates go up. Learn more and see more registration options here.

Our Sponsors

We are looking for a few more meeting sponsors to enable us to take this meeting to the next level and provide a productive and meaningful experience for all attendees. If your organization understands the power of bringing people together to move Earth science data interoperability forward, we hope you will consider providing sponsorship: