[ESIP-all] Informatics at Fall AGU Meeting

Raskin, Rob (388M) robert.g.raskin at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu Jul 15 13:47:04 EDT 2010

Informatics sessions at the Fall 2010 AGU Meeting (San Francisco). Abstract deadline is Sept 2.

IN01:	Earth and Space Science Informatics General Contributions
IN02:	Enabling and Encouraging Transparency in Science Data
IN03:	Information Systems Advances for Earth Science Decadal Survey Era Missions
IN04:	Experiences and Challenges in Earth Science Software Reuse
IN05:	Sensor Networks: From Sensors to the Web
IN06:	Model Fusion
IN07:	Current Capabilities and Future Needs of Near Real-Time Data: Perspectives from Users and Producers
IN08:	Interoperability Barriers for Earth Science Data Systems
IN09:	Use of Ontologies in Earth Science Informatics
IN10:	Open Source Remote Sensing for Environmental Mapping and Analysis
IN11:	Collaborative Frameworks in Earth and Space Sciences
IN12:	Large Scale Geosciences Applications Using GPU and Multicore Architectures
IN13:	Software Engineering for Climate Modeling
IN14:	Uncertainty, Error, and Quality of Observational Data
IN15:	GIScience
IN16:	Climate Information Integration
IN17:	Information Fusion: Issues, Barriers and Approaches
IN18:	Future Directions for Earth Science Data Access Technologies
IN19:	Information Technology Infusion Success Strategies
IN20:	Scientific Workflows and Provenance: Strategies for Current and Emerging Issues
IN21:	Research Clouds: Virtualization of Infrastructure, Tools and Services
IN22:	Advances in Cyberinfrastructure for the Earth and Environmental Sciences
IN23:	Photography as Data: Applications to the Earth Sciences

Rob Raskin
Group Supervisor, Science Data Engineering and Archiving
Instrument Software and Science Data Systems Section
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena, CA 91109
(818) 354-4228

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