EarthCube welcomes project participants, new PIs, early career researchers and scientists, and all other interested parties to the 2020 EarthCube Annual Meeting to be held on June 2-4, 2020 in San Diego, CA (La Jolla) at the Scripps Seaside Forum.
The meeting begins on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 9:00 AM and ends on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 2:00 PM.
Since the first Annual Meeting (formerly known as the EarthCube All Hands Meeting) in 2014, the event has been a critical opportunity to make connections, communicate advances, and help plan the future of EarthCube.
March 20 - Abstract Submission Deadline
April 10 - Nominations for EarthCube Impact Award Deadline
April 13 - Draft schedule to be announced
May 8 - Hotel Booking and Early Registration Deadline
June 2-4 - EarthCube 2020
Call for Abstracts - Due March 20 - Submit HERE
EarthCube welcomes project participants, new PIs, early career researchers and scientists, and all other interested parties to submit abstracts for oral & poster presentations and working sessions. SUBMIT HERE
The 2020 EarthCube Annual Meeting welcomes abstracts for oral presentations.Topics may include: Science Outcomes, Community Engagement, Technology Integration, and EarthCube Project Sustainability.
As with many scientific meetings and conferences, the poster sessions will be the key communication platform. Posters will be grouped thematically, and will be presented on either Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon. The date/time of your presentation and the size of the poster display will be communicated to presenters upon acceptance. Poster presenters will have an opportunity to give a lightning talk during the Annual Meeting. The Organizing Committee members will accept only a single poster per presenter. Individuals may be a co-author on multiple posters.
In particular, we are interested in posters that:
- Discuss science that uses or has been enabled by EarthCube;
- Introduce science questions or projects looking to integrate EarthCube infrastructure;
- Pair EarthCube Infrastructure with projects that use the tools;
- Showcase educational outcomes using EarthCube Tools (notebooks, workshops, courses);
- Are EarthCube Tools;
- Are of Integration activities that link EarthCube Building Blocks;
- Show results from Research Coordination Networks;
- Science and other activities of direct relevance to EarthCube’s mission; or
- Other posters dealing with social components of EarthCube Research or topics not covered here.
We welcome submissions for working sessions (formerly called breakout sessions). Working sessions may consist of mini hack-a-thons, do-a-thons, work-a-thons, or other kinds of sessions in which the EarthCube community is engaged to discuss particular questions, provide feedback on new technologies, or evaluate new frameworks for data policies, procedures, or workflows. The goal of working sessions are to move the community forward on particular topics of interest to the EarthCube community. In particular we are interested in working sessions (mini hack-a-thons, do-a-thons, work-a-thons). No speakers or presenters allowed.
SUBMIT HERE All abstract submissions are due on March 20, 2020 and will be limited to 300 words in length.
All abstracts were subject to review by the 2020 EarthCube Annual Meeting Organizing Committee. Notification of acceptance will be given by April 6-13, 2020.
EarthCube Impact Award --Call For Nominations -- Due April 10th
The EarthCube Engagement Team is seeking nominations for the EarthCube Impact Award (previously Legacy Award). The Impact Award is a way for the community to recognize outstanding leaders who have made a significant and long term lasting influence on EarthCube. Every EarthCube member is eligible for the EarthCube Impact Award. Any EarthCube member may nominate potential candidates for the award during the open nomination period, which ends on April 10, 2020. To nominate a candidate, please submit a nomination packet to Lynne Schreiber. Nomination details
Hotel / San Diego Marriot La Jolla
There will be a shuttle service from hotel to Scripps daily am and pm for guests of the hotel.
Venue / Scripps Seaside Forum
Organizers / Contact
Geological Survey of Alabama
University of Southern California
For more information about EarthCube 2020, Contact Lynne Schreiber
Get Social with #EC2020
We welcome and encourage live-tweeting and sharing through social media during the meeting, using the hashtag #EC2020. A speaker or poster presenter who does not wish for content to be shared must explicitly state so at the beginning of their presentation.