NSF EarthCube Domain End-User Workshop:
Engaging the Atmospheric Cloud/Aerosol/Composition Community
Time and Location
October 21-22, 2013 at the Mason Inn Conference Center, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
This workshop aims to develop a set of unified requirements on EarthCube capabilities and functionalities that represent the consensus of ACAC community and to cultivate an interactive community of domain and cyber scientists to pursue solutions.
The NSF EarthCube is a geoscience cyberinfrastructure initiative which seeks transformative concepts and approaches to create integrated data management infrastructures across the Geosciences.
You can virtually participate in the plenary of the workshop through WebEx.
When:Mon, Oct 21, 9:00 am | 3 hr 30 min, New York (Eastern Daylight Time, GMT-04:00)
Where: WebEx Online
Meeting number: 196 555 720
Password: This meeting does not require a password.
Audio Connection:1-650-479-3207 US TOLL, Access code: 196 555 720
Draft Agenda Final version
The travel cost (transportation, hotel and meals) of selected participants will be covered.
The workshop will be organizers by 4 workshop conveners with broad research experience ranging from the atmosphere science research to cyberinfrastructure constructions. The conveners have significant experience in organizing professional conferences and workshops. The four workshop conveners are:
Dr. Liping Di, Professor and Director, Center for Spatial Information Science and Systems, George Mason University. Expertise: Earth Science Cyberinfrastructure, remote sensing, data standard and management.
Dr. Athanasios Nenes,Professor, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology. Expertise: Dynamics of Weather & Climate, Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosols & Clouds.
Dr. Akua Asa-Awuku, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of California-Riverside. Expertise: Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosol Modeling.
Dr. Stefan Falke, Research Professor, Center for Spatial Information Science and Systems, George Mason University. Expertise: Atmospheric composition, Cyberinfrastructure for Atmosphere Science.
Attendee List Final Attendee List