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June 17, 2019
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Upcoming Meetings

 

It was a great week at the Annual Meeting! 


 

Thank you to all the members of the EarthCube community who came to Denver from all over the world and brought great ideas and discussion to the 2019 Annual Meeting last week.




If you haven't already, please take a moment to take the ECAM Exit Survey. We appreciate your feedback if you enjoyed the conference, and if there are things you'd like to see done differently. 

Keep a lookout for more reflections, outcomes, and info from the 2019 Annual Meeting, and start getting excited for 2020! 

Proud to Announce the Recipients of 2019 EarthCube Community Service Awards!



 

 

Congratulations and a big thank you to Dan Fuka and Matt Mayernik for all of their service.







Matt Mayernik, Project Scientist & Research Data Services Specialist at UCAR, and Dan Fuka, Postdoctoral Associate at Virginia Tech, received the 2019 EarthCube Community Service Awards. 

First Ever EarthCube Legacy Award Goes to Yolanda Gil!

 



Yolanda Gil has contributed to EarthCube generously and diligently over the years. For this, she is the first ever recipient of the EarthCube Legacy Award.






We as the EarthCube Community want to thank Yolanda Gil (pictured right), Research Professor of Computer Science and Spatial Sciences and Principal Scientist at USC Information Sciences Institute, for all of her service and dedication to EarthCube and the people in it. We are proud that she is the first recipient of this award. Thank you to Denise Hills for presenting it. 

GeoCODES Informational Webinar Recording is Online

 



 

 

The evolution of the P418 Pilot Project, GeoCODES is a production-ready package of intuitive web-based tools, REST APIs, Python, R, and MATLAB notebook integration for a variety of services.


 If you missed it, watch the recording of the informational webinar held by EarthCube Science Support Office (ESSO) Technical Officer, Eric Lingerfelt, on May 31st. He showcased the capabilities and progress of this exciting new set of tools.

Job Opportunity at Columbia University

 





 


There is a new opening for a Staff Associate position at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University.

 
  • Are you interested in data science in geochemistry? 
  • Do you want to promote and advance the reuse of geochemical research data for the benefit of science and society?
  • Would you like to work in a diverse team of data scientists, software developers, and data curators?
  • Do you appreciate the opportunity to develop and cultivate a community of engaged users, working with scientists from all around the world?
Check out this document for some more information, or go straight to the online job posting

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