[ESIP-all] AGU IN20: Interoperability Solutions Even a Scientist Could Love

Berrick, Stephen W. (GSFC-6102) stephen.w.berrick at nasa.gov
Fri Jul 8 18:13:03 EDT 2011


Another reminder of Session IN20 entitled Interoperability Solutions Even a Scientist Could Love at the 2011 Fall American Geophysical Union meeting on 5-9 December 2011<x-apple-data-detectors://4> in San Francisco, California.<x-apple-data-detectors://5>

Please consider submitting an abstract for this Earth and Space Science Informatics session.

AGU 2011 Meeting information is available at <http://sites.agu.org/fallmeeting/> http://sites.agu.org/fallmeeting/.

Please note – the deadline for abstracts is 4 August 2011<x-apple-data-detectors://7>.

Session IN20: Interoperability Solutions Even a Scientist Could Love: The key objectives of IT for Earth science are to enable better science, improve efficiency in achieving science, & widen the opportunities to do science by more scientists. Interoperability & standards are key, but real success is measured by improvements to the science achieved. Future missions will generate large, complex datasets increasing the urgency to meet these science objectives while making the challenges more difficult to meet. Session focus is on highlighting reusable, efficient, cross-cutting, & demonstrably successful solutions that increase science return on large volumes of heterogeneous data. Of special interest: reducing interoperability & standards adoption barriers, & solutions scientists are willing to use.


Stephen W Berrick
<mailto:Stephen.W.Berrick at nasa.gov>Stephen.W.Berrick at nasa.gov<mailto:Stephen.W.Berrick at nasa.gov>

Frank Lindsay
<mailto:francis.lindsay-1 at nasa.gov>francis.lindsay-1 at nasa.gov<mailto:francis.lindsay-1 at nasa.gov>

Ted Habermann
<mailto:Ted.Habermann at noaa.gov>Ted.Habermann at noaa.gov<mailto:Ted.Habermann at noaa.gov>

Stefan Falke
<mailto:anne.wilson at lasp.colorado.edu>stefan.falke at gmail.com<mailto:stefan.falke at gmail.com>

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