Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Booth Demos 

Monday

Time

Session

Title

Location

Presenter

10:20 - 12:20

IN12A

Augmenting Advances in the Next Century: Why AI and Knowledge-Centered Research in Geosciences Is Important Now and How It Will Change the Next Century

Room 209A-C

Suzanne Pierce

10:25 - 10:30

   -IN12A-01

AI in geosciences: progress, challenges, and opportunities

 

Deborah Khider

10:45 - 11:15

   -Panel-1

Panel Discussion

 

Daniel Fuka

11:25 - 11:30

   -IN12A-05

How Can Advances in AI Help the Working Geoscientist?

 

Scott Peckham

11:30 - 11:35

   -IN12A-06

StraboSpot System for Collecting and Sharing Field and Laboratory Data

 

J. Douglas Walker

13:40 - 15:40

IN13A

Artificial Intelligence Applications in the Geosciences: Promises and Challenges for the Future

Room 209A-C

Suzanne Pierce

13:54 - 14:08

   -IN13A-02

Designing Topic Specific Crawls: Comparing Algorithm Performance

 

Ruth Duerr

14:08 - 14:22

   -IN12A-03

OntoSoft: A Semantic Model Catalog to Support Comparison and Reuse

 

Daniel Garijo

13:40 - 18:00

C13J-1252

Leveraging Scientific Cyberinfrastructures to Achieve Computational Hydrologic Model Reproducibility

Poster Hall A-C

Jeffrey Michael Sadler

Tuesday

Time

Session

Title

Location

Presenter

08:00 - 12:20

IN21C

Artificial Intelligence Applications in the Geosciences: Promises and Challenges for the Future II Posters

Poster Hall A-C

Suzanne Pierce

08:00 - 12:20

IN21C-0726

IS-GEO 2018 Summer Workshop: Bringing Scientists to the Sensors and Back Again, across 8 of the world’s 11 ecosystems

Poster Hall A-C

Daniel Fuka

08:00 - 10:00

IN21A

Integrating Data and Services in the Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences Across Community, National, and International Boundaries

Room 209A-C

Lesley A Wyborn

08:00 - 08:15

   -IN21A-01

IGSN: Toward a Mature and Generic Persistent Identifier for Samples

 

Kerstin Lehnert

08:15 - 08:30

   -IN21A-02

International collaboration for magnetotelluric data and model sharing and interoperability

 

Anna Kelbert

09:20 - 09:30

   -IN21A-08

Underpinning the next decade of geoscience research in Australia and facilitating international geoscience data integration and collaboration through the AuScope 2.0 investment

 

Tim Rawling

10:20 - 12:20

IN22A

Changing Culture Through Credit in Support of Enabling FAIR Data

Room 209A-C

Denise J. Hills

13:40 - 18:00

IN23B

Integrating Data and Services in the Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences Across Community, National, and International Boundaries

Poster Hall A-C

Lesley A. Wyborn

13:40 - 18:00

   -IN23B-0776

Fostering Resource Integration: The EarthCube Resource Registry

Poster Hall A-C

Rebecca Koskela

13:40 - 18:00

   -IN23B-0780

CyberConnector COVALI: enabling inter-comparison and validation of Earth science models

Poster Hall A-C

Ziheng Sun

13:40 - 18:00

   -IN23B-0782

Interoperability and Reproducibility through FAIR-aligned Best Practices - an ocean exemplar of a development hub for archiving and expanding best practices

Poster Hall A-C

Jay Pearlman

16:00 - 18:00

IN24B

Toward Networks of Trusted Data Repositories in the Earth and Space Sciences

Room 209A-C

Danie Kinkade

16:00 - 16:15

   -IN24B-01

Connecting community data repositories for discovery and sharing by leveraging schema.org and JSON-LD

 

Douglas Fils

16:15 - 16:30

   -IN24B-02

Towards Networks of Trusted Virtual Domain Repositories that are connected to Networks of Persistent Physical Repositories

 

Lesley A Wyborn

16:30 - 16:45

   -IN24B-03

Facilitating and Improving Environmental Research Data Repository Interoperability

 

Colin Smith

17:15 - 17:30

   -IN24B-06

Growing an Interoperable Network of Trusted Repositories through DataONE

 

Matthew B. Jones

Wednesday

Time

Session

Title

Location

Presenter

08:00 - 12:20

WS22

WORKSHOP Pangeo: Scalable Geoscience Tools in Python—Xarray, Dask, and Jupyter

Grand Hyatt - Independence FGHI

 

08:00 - 12:20

OS31H-1884

CCHDO: delivering high quality hydrographic data from the Southern Ocean and beyond

Poster Hall A-C

Stephen Diggs

08:00 - 12:20

IN31D

Toward Networks of Trusted Data Repositories in the Earth and Space Sciences Posters

Poster Hall A-C

Danie Kinkade

08:00 - 12:20

   -IN31D-0835

Paleobiology Database: 20 Years of Revealing the History of Life

Poster Hall A-C

Mark D. Uhen

08:00 - 12:20

   -IN31D-0842

Ready Accessibility to an International Network of Seismic Data Repositories

Poster Hall A-C

Tim Ahern 

08:00 - 10:00

IN31B

JSON-Based Structured Data for Discovery, Access, and Usability: Leveraging Schema.org I eLightning

eLightning Theater II

Douglas Fils

08:10 - 08:13

   -IN31B-22

Project 418: An EarthCube Initiative in Web-based Geoscience Data Discovery

 

Eric Lingerfelt

08:13 - 08:16

   -IN31B-23

Towards Brokered Alignment of Long-Tailed Observations (BALTO)

 

D. Sarah Stamps

08:16 - 08:19

   -IN31B-24

Supporting paleoclimate research with the FAIR principle: lessons from LinkedEarth

 

Deborah Khider

08:28 - 08:31

   -IN31B-28

Using JSON-LD to power dataset search and discovery in the Hyrax data server

 

James HR Gallagher

08:31 - 08:34

   -IN31B-29

DataONE on the web: Using Schema.org and JSON-LD to enhance data search and access

 

Bryce Mecum

08:40 - 08:43

   -IN31B-32

Making MagIC More FAIR with Structured Metadata

 

Rupert Minnett

08:49 - 08:52

   -IN31B-35

Improving scientific data discovery and access - a case study using high resolution topography data in OpenTopography

 

Viswanath Nandigam

14:10 - 14:25

H33B-03

Storage, visualization and simulation using data in Digital Rocks Portal

Room 145A

Masa Prodanovic

14:55 - 15:10

IN33A-06

Beyond netCDF: Cloud Native Climate Data with Zarr and XArray

Room 209A-C

Ethan Davis

Thursday

Time

Session

Title

Location

Presenter

08:00 - 12:20

IN41E-0880

Teaching Oceanographers to Fish: One Repository’s Approach to Developing Data Management Capacity-building Resources for Its Community

Poster Hall A-C

Danie Kinkade

08:00 - 10:00

IN41A

FAIR Data Is Not Enough: Communicating Data Quality and Making Analytical Code FAIR

Room 209A-C

David F Moroni

09:30 - 09:45

   -IN41A-07

Scientific workflows, reproducibility and uncertainty quantification in the paleogeosciences

 

Nicholas McKay

10:20 - 12:20

IN42A

Data for Our Changing Earth: Impacts of Open Access to Quality Geospatial Data from Trusted Sources

Room 209A-C

Erin Robinson

10:30 - 10:35

   -IN42A-02

Getting it all on the map: aggregating and exposing geological information in a space-rock scaffolding

 

Shanan E Peters

11:00 - 11:05

   -IN42A-08

Insights into Accessing and Using Geospatial Data from Open Data Sources

 

Sara Graves

12:30 - 13:30

TH43I

Town Hall: EarthCube: A Community-driven Cyberinfrastructure for the Geosciences – A Progress Report

Marriott Marquis Independence D

Ken Rubin, Mohan Ramamurthy, Eva Zanzerkia

13:40 - 18:00

IN43C

FAIR Data Is Not Enough: Communicating Data Quality and Making Analytical Code FAIR Posters

Poster Hall A-C

David F Moroni

13:40 - 18:00

   -IN43C-0902

What role should a domain-specific repository play in treating code as a first class research product?

Poster Hall A-C

Matthew Biddle

13:40 - 18:00

   -IN43C-0907

The Information Management Code Repository (IMCR): Promoting Code Reusability

Poster Hall A-C

Kristin Vanderbilt

13:40 - 18:00

IN43D-0925

Optimization of TZVOLCANO to Stream Real-Time GNSS Data into Cloud Hosted Real-Time Data for the Geosciences (CHORDS)

Poster Hall A-C

Joshua Robert Jones

13:40 - 18:00

V43J-0276

Imbroglio by an Inferno: The IS-GEO Hawaii Workshop and ad hoc sensor network session

Poster Hall A-C

Peter Marchetto

Friday

Time

Session

Title

Location

Presenter

08:00 - 12:20

IN51B-0584

Scalable, cloud-based WRF simulations and analysis with community climate and reanalysis datasets

Poster Hall A-C

Luke Madaus

08:00 - 12:20

IN51C-0601

CHORDS: Building the Internet of Things for the Geosciences (IoT-G)

Poster Hall A-C

Michael D. Daniels

08:00 - 12:20

ED51C-0684

Environmental Data-Driven Inquiry and Exploration (Project EDDIE): Successes and challenges using large online datasets to build quantitative reasoning

Poster Hall A-C

Dax Christian Soule

08:00 - 12:20

V51E-0143

What the ash?! Improving ash identification through accessibility to global tephra data

Poster Hall A-C

Janine Krippner

09:02 - 09:17

ED51B-05

Collaborative curricular design, development, and implementation to accelerate capabilities across Intelligent Systems and Geosciences

Marriott Marquis Marquis 1-2

Suzanne A Pierce

09:15 - 09:30

IN51A-06

End-To-End Metadata Curation Workflows for Improved Data Discovery: Experience of the Earthcube Data Discovery Hub Project

Room 209A-C

Stephen M Richard

12:05 - 12:20

IN52A-08

What Interdisciplinary Research, Heterogeneous Data, and Netflix have in common: Leveraging Open Data and the Cloud to Increase Data Access and Use with Ephemeral Archives of Convenience

Room 209A-C

Daniel Pilone

13:40 - 18:00

IN53C-0628

Integrating Semantically-Enhanced Cross-Disciplinary Geoscience Resource Catalog with a JupyterHub-based Analytical Workbench: the EarthCube Data Discovery Hub Project

Poster Hall A-C

Ilya Zaslavsky

13:40 - 15:40

IN53A

Enabling Transparency and Reproducibility in Geoscience Through Practical Provenance and Cloud-Based Workflows

Room 209A-C

Matthew B Jones

14:10 - 14:25

   -IN53A-03

Pangeo and Binder: Scalable, shareable and reproducible scientific computing environments for the geosciences

 

Joseph Hamman

14:44 - 15:10

  -IN53A-06

Towards Capturing Provenance of the Data Curation Process at Domain-specific Repositories

 

Adam Shepherd

16:00 - 18:00

IN54A

Enabling Cloud Applications for Earth Science Data

Room 209A-C

Jeff de la Beaujardiere

17:00 - 17:15

   -IN54A-05

Pangeo: Community tools for analysis of Earth Science Data in the Cloud

 

Anthony A Arendt

17:15 - 17:30

   -IN54A-06

Ocean Modeling Simulation, Analysis and Visualization in the Cloud

 

Richard P Signell

17:30 - 17:45

   -IN54A-07

Accessing data stored in Amazon S3 via the Hyrax OPeNDAP server

 

James H R Gallagher

17:45 - 18:00

   -IN54A-08

Investigating the Effectiveness of Cloud Services for Geodetic and Seismic Data Management

 

Charles M Meertens

 

EarthCube Booth #911 [Demo Schedule]

Monday

6:00pm – 8:00pm

Tuesday

10:00am – 5:30pm

Wednesday   

10:00am – 5:30pm

Thursday

10:00am – 5:30pm

Friday

9:30am – 1:30pm