One of the key aims of the EarthCube initiative is increasing accessibility of geoscience to early career researchers.
Sixty-eight early career geoscientists, computer scientists, and others gathered
(with NSF support) at the Carnegie Institution for Science on October 16-17, 2012 to
construct a shared vision for success with respect to the cyberinfrastructure needed
to support the next generation of earth science research.
This group is a place where graduate students, post docs, young professors and other young researchers can exchange experiences and ideas, and continue the discussions that started at the Early Career Workshop. Participation is open to all.
Latest Activity: Nov 12
Documents generated during the Early Career workshop can be found here: https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B_VW4kvIBAzQNDh2Zlg0QmZCN1U/edit
As graduate students in the field of geosciences, we see the EarthCube initiative as an opportunity to find solutions to difficulties related to the transition from student to researcher. It is our…Continue
Started by Sebastien de Larquier. Last reply by Peter Baumann Aug 29.
I found this job posting and thought it might be of interest to members of this group...GeoCorps America is a program of the Geological Society of America , in partnership with the U.S. Forest…Continue
Started by Genevieve Pearthree. Last reply by Genevieve Pearthree May 1.
HelloI am currently working on a response to Amendment I in the latest EarthCube rfp. Below is a bit of text from the proposal summary. Please let me know if this interests you by replying to the…Continue
Started by Anne Thessen. Last reply by Anne Thessen Feb 22.
Hi All - The Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) is an open networked community that brings together science, data and…Continue
Started by Erin Robinson Mar 17, 2012.