The Council of Funded Projects is designed as a working group for interaction of representatives of active projects, both current and past.
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The Council of Funded Projects (CFP) is a new working group (est. Oct. 2019) that serves as a base for active EarthCube projects. It functions to provide a forum for projects to interact, discover and help meet common project needs, and to help guide EarthCube's practical focus.
For example, funded projects in EarthCube are primary units of focused action, development and testing, and targeted cooperation. Projects often have some explicit flexibility in implementation, and optimization could include responsiveness to EarthCube geoscience domain communities and strategic collaboration with other EarthCube projects. Experienced EarthCube members can offer support by connecting projects to elements in geoscience, data, and technology communities and to other relevant projects. Lessons learned in the process can be offered as feedback to EC leadership and shared with the EC community in helping to move EarthCube forward. Strategies for mutual support, project interoperability, specifications, onboarding, and complementary capabilities could be likely topics of interest for this group.
The formal charge to the EarthCube Council of Funded Projects is to:
- discuss matters of common import to EarthCube funded projects (current, past and future) such as points of collaboration between projects,
- provide guidance to the EarthCube Leadership Council on strategies to help improve project interoperability and outcomes through governance initiatives, planning documents, and advocacy to NSF, and
- provide a forum where project participants, both senior and early career, can interact and share ideas throughout the year.
Full initial guidance to the CFP can be read here (and is referenced below).
- Chair of CFP: Basil Tikoff
- Meeting 2019 Nov 14 - EventLink - Agenda/Notes - Presentations of ESIP and CHORDS
- Meeting 2019 Oct 7 - EventLink - Agenda/Notes - Inaugural meeting
CFP Meeting at AGU
- CFP Face-to-Face (F2F) meeting planned for AGU, within 2019 Dec 9-13. details TBA