ESIP Lab July Update¬†ūüĆé‚ėĬ†Incubator Project Announcement!Welcome to the monthly update for the ESIP Lab.¬†

ESIP Lab Update: July 2018

Highlights from your favorite virtual Earth science tech lab.

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The ESIP Lab is getting excited about the 2018 Summer Meeting NEXT WEEK! Are you!?

If you can’t join us in Tucson, ESIP provides remote participation for ALL sessions here, just click on the session you’re interested in and the details are listed at the bottom. There is even a special Lab Plenary session Thursday morning, join remotely at:¬†https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/752150301

2018 ESIP Lab Incubator Project Announcement

We are happy to announce the spring 2018 funded ESIP Lab projects:

If you are interested in any of these projects, want to collaborate, or find out more, please contact us at Lab@esipfed.org and we’ll make the connection! You can follow each project’s¬†development on our Github page: github.com/ESIPFed/

Funded Project Highlight: ESIPhub

ESIPhub is a web-based shared computational environment for use during ESIP meetings and workshops. It is based on Jupyter Project technologies and facilitates sharing and collaboration among ESIP community members.

ESIPhub will be introduced in beta at the 2018 ESIP Summer Meeting, with the goal of making 2019 the year of the easy workshop. Try it out for yourself at: https://esiphub.ndslabs.org

Challenge Highlight: American-Made Solar Prize


The American-Made Solar Prize is a $3 million prize competition designed to accelerate and sustain American solar innovation through a series of contests and the development of a diverse and powerful support network that leverages national laboratories, energy incubators, and other resources.

See the prize video here.

http://www.esipfed.org/esip-lab

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Keep up on all the action on Slack! If you are not already on the ESIP Slack team: here is your INVITATION.¬† If you are on Slack, are you using the Slack App? It’s a much better GUI. Grab it HERE.¬†

ESIP is funded with support from NASA, NOAA, and the USGS. 

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