“Making Connections & Moving Forward”
EarthCube welcomes project participants, new PIs, and all other interested parties to the 2017 All Hands Meeting (AHM) June 7-9, 2017 in Seattle, WA. Since the first All Hands Meeting in 2014, the meeting has been a critical opportunity to make connections, communicate advances, and help plan the future of EarthCube.
The 2017 EarthCube All-Hands Meeting, “Making Connections & Moving Forward,” aims to bridge the disciplinary divide between and among geoscientists and computer scientists by exploring the gaps in current implementations and finding where communications can be strengthened to foster adoption and discovery of resources.
The program will focus on domain researchers, while supporting discussions by technical and data science researchers. Our goal is to help researchers assimilate the new Technical Architecture Plan, and move toward the implementation of EarthCube technologies within existing research frameworks. There will be Plenary & Domain Talks, Breakout Sessions, Poster Sessions, and special morning sessions for new members: EarthCube 101 and Workbench 101. The "101" sessions are new events for 2017 All Hands Meeting and will provide newcomers to EarthCube background on the mission, structure, and goals of EarthCube.
2017 is the year EarthCube begins implementation, and we hope you will join us in Seattle for this critical All Hands Meeting. Early registration, and more information, will be made available in just a few short weeks, so stay tuned!
The Submission deadline for poster abstracts was April 17. The All Hands Meeting Organizing Committee will be inviting speakers to submit their abstracts separately.
Abstract submissions will be 300 words in length with an optional figure. All proposals are subject to review by the All Hands Meeting Organizing Committee. Notification of approval will be given by April 30, 2017. The Organizing Committee members will accept only a single poster per presenter. Individuals may be a co-author on multiple posters.
To find our more, visit the AHM Poster Sessions page.