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 AHM Organizing Committee is busy planning poster sessions, plenary and domain-science talks. We are also planning breakout sessions and some "Introduction to EarthCube" sessions for people new to the community. We are excited about the future of EarthCube and the opportunity we have to build this community together.
Stay tuned for more information, and make sure you are signed up for the EarthCube Monthly Community Newsletter to get the latest updates.
In 2016 EarthCube had a robust presence at AGU with 64 Presentations (32 oral presentations and 32 posters), a Town Hall Meeting, EarthCube committee and team meetings, and numerous interactive demonstrations at the EarthCube Booth throughout the entire week. Our programming reflected an eventful year for EarthCube with the development of the Architecture Implementation Plan, as well as the addition of 11 new NSF-funded projects to develop both the Research Coordination Networks and Building Blocks needed to move us ever closer to our goal to transform geoscience research through improving the interoperability and integration of geosciences data resources.