Program Committee: Lesley Wyborn, Jane Hart and Mark Parsons
ESSI schedule in Excel format
The good news:
The not so good news.
The increased number of abstracts for ESSI was one of the highest across AGU. Overall, the total number of abstracts for AGU decreased from 22,770 in 2016 to 22,236 in 2017 (a decrease of 2.3%).
This year presenters in ESSI sponsored sessions were given the option of sharing the slides from their talk with the ESSI community. Those sessions taking part are listed below.
Where Will All Your Samples Go?
Director of IEDA, Founder of the IGSN- international geo-sample number
Better Software, Better Research: the challenge of preserving your research and your reputation
Neil Chue Hong
Director of the Software Sustainability Institute
University of Edinburgh
The slides are licensed under CC BY 4.0 International.
Challenges in Managing Trustworthy Large-scale Digital Science
Associate Director for Research Engagement and Initiatives
National Computational Infrastructure
Designing Research Services: Cross-Disciplinary Administration and the Research Lifecycle
Senior Advisor for Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure,
Office of the Vice President for Research
Penn State University
WDS Certification for Open and Trustworthy Data Repositories
Alexander de Sherbinin
Associate Director for Science Applications,
Center for International Earth Science Information Network
Deputy Manager, NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center
Making Data Available (Responsibly)
Editorial Services for PLOS
A complete list of AGU On Demand videos can be found on their YouTube channel. Below are the ESSI On Demand sessions from 2017.
ESSI hosted an event to foster engagement with our Early Career and Student members. Seasoned ESSI members attended to network with the Early Career and Student members. The event included our traditional meeting activities and the ‘5 words from our leadership’ presentation. This years five words were: “Data is hot, ESSI rocks”.
AGU held a joint Section reception at the Mardi Gras World. It was open to the more than 4,000 colleagues from 12 different sections and sections. ESSI was co-located with the Nonlinear Geophysics and the Near Surface Sections.
NASA’s Applied Sciences Program – in partnership with AGU’s Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI) group and the ESIP Federation – co-sponsored IgniteAGU 2017 at the Fall AGU meeting. Ignite (www.igniteshow.com), is a concept created by O’Reilly Media which provides presenters a strict presentation format – five minutes and 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds – to make their point. Enlighten us, but make it quick!