[ESIP-all] AGU Abstract call: IN045: Technology Enabling Earth Science from Big Data to Small Satellites

Moe, Karen (GSFC-4070) karen.moe at nasa.gov
Fri Aug 3 19:09:08 EDT 2012

Please consider contributing an abstract to AGU by the August 8 deadline.

AGU Fall Meeting 2012 is the first week of December in San Francisco, CA.


IN045: Technology Enabling Earth Science from Big Data to Small Satellites
"New technology will play a key role in enabling future Earth-observing missions. We welcome abstracts from scientists and technologists in the areas of satellite systems, advanced data processing and data management that utilize information system advances to enable the scientific objectives of the NRC decadal survey for NASA and NOAA. The informatics domain stretches from techniques to capture, store, access, & analyze very large remote sensing data to technology for satellite control & dynamic sensor processing. Areas of interest include autonomy, onboard computing, data mining/fusion/assimilation, software tools & services, uncertainty analysis, sensor webs, and community frameworks."

 1.  Karen Moe
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
karen.moe at nasa.gov<mailto:karen.moe at nasa.gov>
 2.  Charles D Norton
Jet Propulsion Lab
charles.d.norton at jpl.nasa.gov<mailto:charles.d.norton at jpl.nasa.gov>
 3.  Jacqueline J LeMoigne
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
jacqueline.j.lemoigne-stewa.1 at gsfc.nasa.gov<mailto:jacqueline.j.lemoigne-stewa.1 at gsfc.nasa.gov>
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