NEW THIS YEAR: SCIENTIFIC WORKSHOPS
For the first time in its history AGU is facilitating the offering of half and full-day scientific workshops. Esri took advantage of the opportunity and is involved in:
Emerging Data Science and Machine Learning Opportunities in the Weather and Climate Sciences (WS34 - Workshop Outline)
Christiane Jablonowski (University of Michigan)
Sudhir Shrestha (Esri)
Vipin Kumar (University of Minnesota)
Orhun Aydin (Esri)
Amy McGovern (University of Oklahoma)
Daniel Cooley (Colorado State University)
Imme Ebert-Uphoff (Colorado State University)
Kevin Reed (Stony Brook University)
Dawn Wright (Esri) also speaking and serving on the final panel
Thursday, December 13, 2018, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Fee (Regular/Student): $150/$75
Constitution AB and B Corridor, Grand Hyatt - Estimated number of participants = 150
Especially for: Atmospheric Sciences, Earth and Space Science Informatics, Global Environmental Change, Hydrology, Natural Hazards, Nonlinear Geophysics, Ocean Sciences
The disciplines of atmospheric science and data science are at a crossroads and about to experience scientific breakthroughs that are comparable to the revolution in bioinformatics over the last decade. This multidisciplinary workshop brings together atmospheric researchers, data scientists, statisticians, engineers, tech companies, program managers, educators, students, and stakeholders to discuss newly emerging data science and machine learning opportunities for the atmospheric sciences. In particular, high-impact weather and climate events will serve as the science driver to explore the novel field of physics-aware, theory-guided data science.
The OceanObs RCN builds on the efforts to network ocean observing groups conducted over the past 5 years. This meeting seeks to advance links between observation networks and operational users to facilitate the delivery of critical information to stakeholders. We will discuss a decadal vision addressing critical policy issues that require multidisciplinary ocean observing systems, including discussion about the forthcoming Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030) proposed by the IOC (https://en.unesco.org/ocean-decade), and balancing ocean observations, science, use, and conservation requirements. Dawn Wright on the organizing committee.
The target audience member is a graduate student, who has spent the last 7 years studying science and has forgotten how to use more elementary terms to explain his/her research. However, any Fall Meeting registrant may attend (and have attended) this panel. The panel will be moderated by science writer Yudhijit Bhattacharjee. Panel session and accompanying lunch sponsored by AGU's Sharing Science Program.
View and search the entire 2018 AGU Fall Meeting Program at this link.
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