2017 NTTC - Tucson Schedule
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fDay 1 - Monday September 25thKey
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7:00Safety
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Data collection
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8:00Registration OpenPlenary
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Lower Level FoyerPlanning
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Technology
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8:15Leveraging Earth Science Data and Analytics in Food SystemsLeadership
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Molly Jahn, University of WisconsinTransit
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New HampshireProject Management
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8:45A Systems Approach to Food Resilience
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Joseph Fiksel, Center for Resilience, Ohio State University
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New Hampshire
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9:15
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Mark Walbridge, USDA LTAR
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New Hampshire
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9:45
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Wade Crow, USDA ARS
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New Hampshire
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10:15Break
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Lower Level Foyer
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10:30Panel on User Needs Related to Food Resilience - Moderated by Brad Doorn, NASA
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Molly Brown, NASA/SMAP Early Adopter Program
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Gary Eilerts, Famine Early Warning Systems Network, US Agency for International Development (USAID)
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Liangzhi You, International Food Policy Research Institute
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John Bolten, NASA (GEOGLAM)
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Josh Liebermann, OGC Agriculture & Climate WG
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New Hampshire
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12:00Lunch, ESIP 101
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City Center Ballroom
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1:30Metadata for Discoverability, Accessibility, Useability, and Understanding (BEDI/NASA)Docker: open container system for developers and sys adminsBridging the resolution gap between satellite data and agricultural applicationsProgress in Data Management PlanningEarthCube: A Community-Driven Organization for Geoscience CyberinfrastructureImproving Performance for Data Access Web Services
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HabermannFilsTengRitcheyKatzFulker/Gallagher
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New HampshirePotomacMt. VernonDupontDining RoomFoggy Bottom
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3:00Break/Poster Set-up
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Lower Level Foyer
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3:30Metadata evaluation, consistency and improvementSchema.org for Earth ScienceBridging the resolution gap between satellite data and agricultural applications (part 2)What does it mean to Publish Data?BOFGEOSS AIP-7
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ArmstrongFilsTengRitchey/DuerrPercivall
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New HampshirePotomacMt. VernonDupontDining RoomFoggy Bottom
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5:00Poster Session & Reception
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City Center Ballroom
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Day 2 - Thursday, Jan 7Key
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7:00Registration OpenIT&I
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8:00ESIP Federation Annual Business Meeting (Open to any interested)Societal Benefit
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FoxPlenary
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City Center External
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9:00Day 1 - Wednesday, Jan 6Data Stewardship
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Fox
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New Hampshire
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10:15Break
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Lower Level Foyer
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10:30Enhanced Use of Earth Observations for Societal Benefit Panel - Moderated by Curt Tilmes, NASA
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Tim Stryker, Office of Science and Technology Policy
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Fabien Laurier, Office of Science and Technology Policy
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Rick Driggers, National Security Council
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New Hampshire
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12:00Lunch, ESIP Peer Recognition Awards
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City Center
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1:30Global Change Information System (GCIS)Earth Science Data Analytics 101Connecting geodata in and among governmental agencies - Compare plans submitted in response to OSTP requestsScience Software ClusterResilience, Sustainability and Data­-driven AdaptationCloud Technologies and Architectures Seminars
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WolfeKemplerMa/FoxWeberFoleyYang/Huang
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New HampshirePotomacMt. VernonDupontDining RoomFoggy Bottom
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3:00Break
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Lower Level Foyer
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3:30The HDF Product DesignerEarth Science Data Analytics 201Connecting geodata in and among governmental agencies - A discussion among program managers, community and agency personnelClimate Informatics: Some use cases and future directions for an emerging domainData Needs for Energy ApplicationsEarthCube Architecture
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Jelenak/LeeKemplerMa/FoxWeberEckman/PrivetteRichard
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New HampshirePotomacMt. VernonDupontDining RoomFoggy Bottom
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5:00End of Day 2
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Key
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IT&I
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Societal Benefit
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Day 3 - Friday, Jan 8Plenary
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7:30Registration OpenExternal
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Lower Level FoyerData Stewardship
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8:30NASA EOSDIS Evolving Technologies DiscussionGeoinformatics User Training: Direct Access, Live Access, Subsetting, On-line Analysis, Formats, and ConversionsDisaster Life Cycle ISemantic Tech ExpoPreservation and Stewardship Committee reporting sessionESIP in the Global Informatics Community: 3 Diverse Perspectives and Opportunities
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BaynesRoss/BenderLaw/MoeNarock/HufferHillsPearthree/Powers
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New HampshirePotomacMt. VernonDupontDining RoomFoggy Bottom
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10:00Break
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Lower Level Foyer
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10:30Discovery Session (Best Practices)Disaster Life Cycle IIDrupal Working Group: Open HouseData Stewardship PlanningBOF
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HabermannNewman/LynnesLaw/MoeBassendine/ShepherdDuerr/Goldstein
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New HampshirePotomacMt. VernonDupontDining RoomFoggy Bottom
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12:00Lunch - ESIP 202 New Leadership
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City Center
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1:30(re)Vision 2020 for Earth Science Data SystemsAttribute Convention for Data Discovery: Present and Future Digital maturity of federal and federally funded earth sciences – status and next stepsDrupal Working Group: Code SprintDynamic Data CitationBOF
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LynnesMonteleoneZieglerBassendine/ShepherdDuerr
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New HampshirePotomacMt. VernonDupontDining RoomFoggy Bottom
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3:00Break
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3:30Earth Science Collaboratory ShowcaseBOFDigital maturity of federal and federally funded earth sciences – status and next stepsBOFDynamic Data CitationBOF
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LynnesZieglerDuerr
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New HampshirePotomacMt. VernonDupontDining RoomFoggy Bottom
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