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Attend these Sessions and Events to Improve Your Data Skills and Practices

Monday, 12 December
Rebecca Moore Google
6:15 P.M.- 7:15 P.M.
TH15B: Kickoff Conversation on the Importance of Data in the Earth and Space Sciences: A Conversation with Rebecca Moore, Director of Google Earth, Earth Engine & Outreach
Monday, 12 December 2016
Moscone South 104
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Moore will discuss Google’s perspective on working with big data, especially from space, and the emergence of the use of massively-parallel cloud computing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence and other tools to extract meaning and insight from these petapixel-scale datasets. There are implications for some of our most intractable global challenges, such as climate change.

Tuesday, 13 December
12:30 P.M.–1:30 P.M.
TH23A: Data Skills Recommended for Researchers and Scientists
Moscone West 2002

Moderator: Erin Robinson, ESIP
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Twitter: #AGUDataSkills

Panelists:

  • Yolanda Gil, Information Science Institute, University of Southern California
  • John Leeman, Penn State
  • Arfon Smith, Space Telescope Science Institute
  • Shelley Stall, AGU

1:40 P.M.–3:40 P.M.
IN23F: Linking Earth Systems Data to Better Address Societal Challenges: A View of the Earth from the Interior to the Edge of Space Supported by Data to Bring Enhanced Understanding
Moscone West 2002

Wednesday, 14 December
12:30 P.M.–1:30 P.M.
TH33A: Data Management Plan Development and Management Best Practices
Moscone West 2003

Moderator: Carly Strasser, Moore Foundation
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Twitter: #AGUDataMgmt

Panelists:

  • Kerstin Lehnert, Columbia University
  • Allison Miller, Schmidt Ocean Institute
  • Stephanie Simms, California Digital Library
  • Mary Voytek, NASA

8:00 A.M.–8:55 A.M.
IN31E Leptoukh Lecture for the Earth and Space Sciences Informatics Focus Group
Moscone West 2022/2024

9:00 A.M.–10:00 A.M.
IN31G Laying the Foundations for Global Research Challenges: Exemplars of Collaborative  Infrastructures for Realizing the Potential of Data Data Everywhere
Moscone West 2022/2024

Thursday, 15 December
12:30 P.M.–1:30 P.M.
TH43A: Research Reproducibility Techniques
Moscone West 2009

Moderator: Victoria Stodden, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ask Questions via Sli.do: https://app.sli.do/event/j4bnu2ew
Twitter: #AGUReproducibility

Panelists:

  • Ted Habermann, HDF Group
  • Cliff Jacobs, Clifford A. Jacobs Consulting, LLC
  • Fernando Pérez, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley Institute for Data Science at UC Berkeley
  • Suzanne Pierce, University of Texas-Austin

10:20 A.M.–12:20 P.M.
IN42A Reproducible Research in Geosciences with Emphasis on Provenance of Information as an Essential Component I
Moscone West 2000

1:40 P.M.–6:00 P.M.
IN43A Reproducible Research in Geosciences with Emphasis on Provenance of Information as an Essential Component II
Poster Hall

And be sure to check out relevant, related sessions identified under the Data & Emerging
Technologies
SWIRL to further expand your knowledge and expertise.