[ESIP-all] Announcing AGU Session N19. Information Technology Infusion Success Strategies
kbene at edac.unm.edu
Tue Aug 3 14:21:02 EDT 2010
We are pleased to announce the following session for the Fall 2010 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Meeting being held in San Francisco, California from December 13-17 (http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm10/).
N19. Information Technology Infusion Success Strategies (http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm10/program/scientific_session_search.php?show=detail&sessid=441)
Description: Large programs that manage Earth science remote sensing data have a vested interest in seeing those data products widely used. Information technology has a significant impact throughout the life cycle from sensor data processing to multi-sensor data production to data assimilation. To ignore changing technology is costly, so proactively planning for infusion and adaptation is a strategic necessity. This session seeks technology infusion experiences and how the corresponding lessons learned can benefit present and future efforts. Examples of problems and solutions to technology infusion in remote sensing data systems are desired, specifically those dealing with data processing, system interoperability and service oriented architectures.
Please consider submitting an abstract and forwarding this announcement to potentially interested colleagues.
The submission deadline for abstracts is September 2, 2010.
Thanks for your consideration,
Karen Moe, NASA. karen.l.moe at nasa.gov
Karl Benedict, University of New Mexico. kbene at edac.unm.edu
Brian Wilson, Nasa (JPL). brian.wilson at jpl.nasa.gov
Ruth Duerr, National Snow and Ice Data Center. rduerr at nsidc.org
Karl Benedict, Ph.D.
Director, Earth Data Analysis Center
Research Assistant Professor, Geography Department
University of New Mexico
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