Wednesday, May 27 – Friday, May 29, 2015

“Integrating geoscience and technology to enable new discoveries:
building synergy for open science.”

The second annual EarthCube All-Hands Meeting will be held at the Westin Arlington Gateway from May 27-29. This science-focused meeting will demonstrate the utility of the first two rounds of NSF EarthCube funded projects, and collect community input on strategies that will address needs and enable new discoveries and understanding within the geosciences and beyond.

The All-Hands Meeting brings together project institutions, partners, collaborators and scientists from across the globe to share their progress and experience with EarthCube, and discuss and plan activities for the upcoming year. Attending the meeting is an opportunity for community members to help shape the effectiveness, efficiency and future of EarthCube.

Presentations:

Slide decks from the presentations given at the 2015 All Hands Meeting can be found at following link: AHM 2015 presentations. This section will be updated with more details and files as they are received.

 

Posters are available for view here: http://maxim.ucsd.edu/suave/index.html?file=ecposters_i7.cxml  

Participant materials quick link: http://bit.ly/1cSge8V
Key documents
View the poster sessions and descriptions
Add your photos to the AHM Photo Gallery

Attendee Registration

Online registration is now closed.

The registration fee is $185.

 

Organizing Committee

  • Lindsay Powers (The HDF Group), Co-Chair
  • Mohan Ramamurthy (Unidata), Co-Chair
  • Bob Arko (LDEO)
  • Simon Goring (Univ. Wisconsin-Madison)
  • Rebecca Koskela (Univ. New Mexico)
  • Erin Robinson (Foundation for Earth Science)