This page collects resources that may be valuable to members of Unidata's governing committees. If there is something you would like to see included here, please let us know.
Users Committee Committee
19-20 April, 2017
Location: Unidata Program Center, Boulder, CO
Strategic Advisory Committee
13-14 April, 2017
Location: University of Wisconsin, Madison
Unidata's broad mission:
To transform the geosciences community, research, and education by providing innovative data services and tools
gives a hint at the wide variety of activities undertaken at the Unidata Program Center. The Unidata web site provides a wealth of information about what's going on in the Undiata program. Some pages that might be of particular interest:
The date for the next planned committee meeting is always published on the individual committee's web page:
The committee pages also contain links to the agenda for the next meeting (when it becomes available), and links to agendas and meeting summaries for past meetings.
We strongly encourage committee member to bring laptops or tablets to the committee meetings, as we generally do not provide agendas or other information in printed form.
Unidata Users Committee members meet twice each year at the Unidata Program Center in Boulder, Colorado. Strategic Advisory Committee members meet once in Boulder and once at a member university or agency site. Unidata pays travel expenses and per diem for committee meetings, and Unidata Program Center staff handle travel arrangements and reinbursement.
See the Unidata Travel page for additional information.
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We maintain a membership page for each committee with contact information for all current members:
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We also maintain a Historical Membership List.