[ESIP-all] FW: [ISPC SciDataCon 2014] SciDataCon 2014: Submissions for Oral Presentations and Sessions Invited
baru at sdsc.edu
Fri Apr 4 16:19:16 EDT 2014
I am quite familiar with the situation regarding data sharing in India.
India is one of the worst offenders when it comes to data sharing—yet they are apparently eager to run a conference on this topic!
I have mentioned this issue to some of the key folks back there—when I was there for workshops funded by the Indo-US Science and Technology Forum and for an NSF workshop on an Indoflux network. For things like carbon flux measurements and gravity data—just as examples—India is literally a “black hole”.
Several of the science results that Indian scientists will claim in India were made possible because they had access to international data (a lot of it is US)—because there is no Indian data!
I don’t have much hope of any of this changing any time soon. But it might be a good idea to keep pushing on this issue.
San Diego Supercomputer Center
UC San Diego
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Date: Friday, April 4, 2014 at 12:21 PM
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Subject: [ESIP-all] FW: [ISPC SciDataCon 2014] SciDataCon 2014: Submissions for Oral Presentations and Sessions Invited
Discussions of the International Scientific Programme Committeeare about to start on organization of the 2014 SciDataCon to be held in New Delhi, India during Nov. 2-5. In the meanwhile, the announcement for the conference has come out and the website is available for submitting session proposals and paper abstracts. Please see below for details and the link to the Call for Papers. Please note that the deadline stated on the web site is May 24 0:00 UTC.
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Subject: [ISPC SciDataCon 2014] SciDataCon 2014: Submissions for Oral Presentations and Sessions Invited
To the International Scientific Programme Committee of SciDataCon 2014, Greetings!
On behalf of the Joint Steering Group of SciDataCon 2014, and our respective organisations, Mustapha and I are delighted that you have accepted to contribute as members of the International Scientific Programme Committee (ISPC). We will be in touch next week to arrange a first virtual meeting of the ISPC.
In the meantime, we are delighted to invite Submissions for Oral Presentations and Sessions at http://www.scidatacon2014.org/submissions - the deadline is 25 May 2014. We would be very grateful if you could publicise this to the greatest possible extent among your networks.
Conference registration is also now available: http://www.scidatacon2014.org/registration
Thank you very much for your support for SciDataCon 2014!
With very best wishes,
P.S. Apologies for duplication to some addresses - this message was sent the first time when the ISPC list had not been fully populated.
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