EarthCube welcomes project participants, new PIs, early career researchers and scientists, and all other interested parties to the 2019 EarthCube Annual Meeting to be held on June 12-14, 2019 in Denver, Colorado at the Hilton Denver City Center. The meeting begins on Wednesday morning and ends on Friday after lunch.
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. The 2019 EarthCube Annual Meeting - "Science in Action" - focuses on how the program's projects and developing infrastructure can benefit end users in the EarthCube and larger scientific communities. Highlights will feature presentations and demonstrations of a new suite of geoscience tools called GeoCODES, which is an evolution of Project 418. The GeoCODES platform is a combination of the three current subawards under management from ESSO. These include:
- The Project 419 Software System Upgrade Project
- The EarthCube Resource Registry; and
- The Project 418 Graphical User Interface.
Additionally, there will be presentations from new funded projects, and keynote addresses from leading members of the scientific community. With so many exciting developments to be shared in 2019, we hope you will join us in Denver!
May 17 - Hotel Booking Deadline
We would appreciate you taking the time to complete the exit survey at the end of the conference. It takes fewer than five minutes, and helps us improve next year's event.
We welcome and encourage live-tweeting and sharing through social media during the meeting, using the hashtag #ECAM19. A speaker or poster presenter who does not wish for content to be shared must explicitly state so at the beginning of their presentation.