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Tuesday, July 27 • 9:00am - 10:00am
T20- Case studies in the Earth Sciences: Current approaches to publishing, data and computation

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Expectations of collaboration and contribution in the Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences (ESES) are not always transparent. Increasingly scientists must navigate modern workflows that require an understanding of and attention to changing standards for publications and their associated research products. This course will take emerging and established researchers in Earth Science domains through current approaches to discipline-specific research workflows, including reproducibility, publishing, preserving and sharing data, and setting up computational and software environments at scale.

Attendees will leave with ideas and methods for constructing their own research workflows that incorporate ESES tools and perspectives.

Six sessions will be offered within the following three themes: Publishing, Data and Computation

Please note: Unlike most FSCI courses, there are no repeated live sessions in this class to accommodate all time zones. They are staggered so that everyone can reasonably attend at least some sessions – but all 7 course sessions below are unique and only offered once. Please take note of when the sessions will run in your time zone; attendees may need to watch recordings of at least some sessions.

Tuesday, July. 27
9AM: Session 1: Introduction to Open and Reproducible Practices in Earth Sciences
1PM: Session 2: Your paper is published, it’s not the end of the journey
Thursday, July. 29
9AM: Session 3: Open Discussion Session/Informal Networking
4PM: Session 4: FAIR Data & Software Citation
5:15PM Session 5: Data Management Plans that ensure FAIR principles
Tuesday, Aug. 3
9 AM: Session 6: Collaborative, open geoscience in the cloud with Jupyter and Pangeo
4 PM: Session 7: Introduction to virtual work platforms (using CoESRA)

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Sam Teplitzky

Open Science Librarian, UC Berkeley
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Anusuriya Devaraju

Senior Data Innovation Manager, TERN, University of Queensland
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Chris Erdmann

Assistant Director, Data Stewardship, American Geophysical Union (AGU)
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Siddeswara Guru

Program Lead, University Of Queensland
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Dasapta Erwin Irawan

Researcher, Institut Teknologi Bandung
Dr Dasapta Erwin Irawan is an assistant professor in hydrogeology. He works as an active researcher and lecturer at the Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology, Institut Teknologi Bandung. He focuses his research on translating hydrochemical data to understand the underlying hyd... Read More →
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Natasha Simons

Associate Director, Data & Services, Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC)
Natasha Simons is Associate Director, Data & Services, with the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC). Based in Brisbane, Australia, Natasha drives national-scale initiatives and projects that build world class data infrastructure for researchers and that contribute to the ARDC’s... Read More →
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Alison Specht

Ecosystem Research Analyst, TERN, University of Queensland
I am an ecosystem scientist (specially terrestrial and coastal ecosystems, forests and groundwater-dependent ecosystems) and academic by training and experience over half my career. The other half of my career has been about facilitating collaboration across boundaries, and the better... Read More →
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Shelley Stall

Vice President, Open Science Leadership, American Geophysical Union
Shelley Stall is the Vice President of the American Geophysical Union’s Open Science Leadership Program. She works with AGU’s members, their organizations, and the broader research community to improve data and digital object practices with the ultimate goal of elevating how research... Read More →

Wynn Tranfield

Librarian, UCLA Library

Tuesday July 27, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am PDT
T20 Classroom