• Call for Abstracts: AGU Sessions of Special Interest Call for Abstracts: AGU Sessions of Special Interest
    July 18, 2018
    AGU2018

    The 2018 AGU Fall Meeting will be held 10-14 December 2018 in Washington, DC. This year the Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI) section will include several sessions that may be of special interest to Unidata community members interested in bringing new workflows and increased engagment in cyberinfrastructure efforts to the geosciences.

    The sessions are:

    • IN015: Cloud-based workflows for reproducible research and education in geoscience
    • IN033: Enabling Cloud Applications for Earth Science Data
    • IN039: Goldilocks and Geoscience; Cyberinfrastructure: Challenges and Opportunities for Increasing Engagement of Geoscientists in Cyberinfrastructure Efforts, and Finding the balance between community-led efforts and top-down direction
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  • 2018 Users Workshop Explores Evolving Geoscience Workflows 2018 Users Workshop Explores Evolving Geoscience Workflows
    July 11, 2018
    Users Workshop attendees
    Unidata Users workshop participants

    The 2018 Unidata Users Workshop took place June 25-28 at UCAR's Center Green facility in Boulder, Colorado. The workshop's theme — Reducing Time to Science: Evolving Workflows for Geoscience Research and Education — drew participants from across the atmospheric and other geosciences communities. Attendees took part in a series of presentations and hands-on exercises that explored approaches to data-proximate computing, uses of machine learning techniques in the geosciences, and interaction with data from new satellites and output from ensemble modeling systems.

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