[ESIP-all] AGU 2013 - Call for Abstracts - Emerging Technologies in Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI)

Karl Benedict kbene at edac.unm.edu
Wed Jul 17 10:48:43 EDT 2013

The clock is ticking down on the submission window for the Fall AGU meeting
(12/9-13, San Francisco, CA) and once again there is a strong Earth and
Space Science Informatics program under development. As part of that
program Chris Mattmann and I are convening a session specifically focused
on the adoption of *emerging technologies in managing, analyzing,
discovering and sharing Earth science data*. Please consider submitting an
abstract to this session. Also please forward this announcement to any
other researchers or networks that you feel it might be relevant to.

*Link to the session information page:*

*All abstract submissions must be received by 6 August 2013 at
23:59ET/3:59+1 GMT

*IN014. Emerging Technologies in Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI)*

*Section/Focus Group:*
Earth and Space Science Informatics (IN)

Karl Benedict
University of New Mexico
kbene at edac.unm.edu

Chris Mattmann
University of Southern California
chris.a.mattmann at jpl.nasa.gov

Prior to broad integration into research practice there is experimentation
with a wide variety of new promising software technologies not yet proven
for scientific use. These emerging technologies may be newly developed or
mature within other domains, but may be used in limited capacities within
Earth and Space Science. In both instances it is important to document and
share so-called tribal knowledge of using these technologies to accelerate
their adoption and to demonstrate their potential limitations that require
more work or don’t yet align with the requirements of ESSI. The papers in
this session focus on outcomes of emerging ESSI technology research,
defining capabilities, limitations, and recommendations for use.

*Index Terms:*
[1910] INFORMATICS / Data assimilation, integration and fusion
[1912] INFORMATICS / Data management, preservation, rescue
[1920] INFORMATICS / Emerging informatics technologies
[1976] INFORMATICS / Software tools and services


Karl Benedict, Ph.D.
Director, Earth Data Analysis Center
Research Assistant Professor, University Libraries
Research Assistant Professor, Geography Department
University of New Mexico

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