June 19-20, 2015
San Diego Supercomputer Center
La Jolla, California
Thank you for joining us in La Jolla! Video recordings of the workshop sessions are now available on EarthCube's YouTube page.
Architecture is critical for the eventual success of a cyberinfrastructure and EarthCube for geosciences as laid out in the strategic plans of both technology and architecture committee and leadership council. The purpose of this architecture workshop is to provide the TAC EarthCube Architecture Working Group an opportunity for an in-depth, face-to-face discussion to develop answers for the questions outlined in the workgroup proposal, focused on understanding how the existing conceptual designs could contribute to an EarthCube enterprise architecture. We will bring together representatives of the CD project teams, EC funded projects, Earth Science Data Facilities, others in the EarthCube community, and representatives from related cyberinfrastructure aspects to evaluate approaches to the transition from the conceptual design phase to the development of EarthCube architecture that will guide implementation, management, and operation of EarthCube. This will provide the foundation for a viable roadmap for developing and implementing a sustainable EarthCube architecture.
Participant ResourcesWorkshop Packet
2015 All Hands Meeting; Architecture Direction Presentation
Transport: The Office recommends using Uber or SuperShuttle for airport transportation.
Meeting Venue: The Supercomputer Center is a 15-20 minute walk from the hotel (view walking route). The workshop will be held in the Synthesis Center, room EB143 (East Building Basement). A breakout room will be available on the second level at E230 (view building map).
Parking: Parking at the Estancia is $10/day.
Reimbursement: We are able to reimburse for travel, lodging, and meal expenses related to this meeting per our Travel Reimbursement Policy—please review the list of reimbursable expenses prior to the meeting. Due to new state regulations, the EarthCube Office will require original receipts in order to process reimbursement for incidentals such as luggage fees, airport parking, and ground transportation. Please feel free to contact the Office with any questions.
To receive reimbursement, you will need to complete the State of Arizona Substitute W-9 & Vendor Authorization Form. (If you have previously submitted this form, you do not need to do so again.) To expedite the process, you may bring the completed form with you to the meeting, or email or fax it to Kendra Decker at 520-770-3505.
- Emily Law, NASA JPL, email@example.com
- Stefano Nativi, National Research Council of Italy, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jay Pearlman, UC-Boulder, email@example.com
- Mohan Ramamurthy, UCAR, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Steve Richard, AZGS, email@example.com
- Karen Stocks, UCSD, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phil Yang, GMU, email@example.com
- Manzhu Yu, GMU, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ilya Zaslavsky, SDSC, email@example.com
- Basil Gomez, Univ. Hawaii, firstname.lastname@example.org
Refer back to this page for more information on the workshop as it becomes available.