Welcome to ESIP
Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) is an open, networked community that brings together science, data and information technology practitioners. Participation in ESIP is beneficial because it provides an intellectual commons to expose, gather and enhance in-house capabilities in support of an organization’s own mandate.
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March 221:00 pm+ Out to Lunch with ESIP Education
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United States: +1 (646) 749-3131
Access Code: 984-414-941
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We feel that ESIP provides an excellent forum and community for data, software, and cyberinfrastructure professionals that is unmatched in the context of our scientific fields.
ESIP holds two meetings each year, which each draw around 300 attendees from Earth, space and environmental science backgrounds, including data and information technology practitioners; researchers representing a variety of geoscience domains; science educators; and others working in science and technology. Attendees range from graduate students and postdoctoral fellows at leading research universities to senior-level scientists at NASA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), as well as government research laboratories, nonprofits and commercial enterprises.