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NASA’s Applied Sciences Program – in partnership with AGU's Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI) group and the ESIP Federation – is thrilled to co-sponsor Ignite@AGU 2012 (http://esipfed.org/
- When: Wednesday, December 5, 6-8pm
- Where: Infusion Lounge (map)
- Who: Open to everyone - no invitation needed
|Sang-Ho Yun, JPL||Radar for Life|
|Jess Hemerly, Google||Data long to be shared: Publishing your data and Google Fusion Tables|
|Austin Madson, JPL/DEVELOP||RADAR Love -- NASA DEVELOP Students Utilize RADAR Data for a Variety of Uses|
|Patrice Seyed, DataOne/RPI||Water and Species: A Scientist's Field Guide to Combining Datasets|
|Lawrence Friedl, NASA Applied Sciences Program||Earth Without Art is Just Eh|
|Cerese Albers, SERVIR||SERVIR: Connecting Space to Village|
|Lindsay Rogers, NASA DEVELOP||How to Talk Science to a Politician: Bridging the Communication Gap|
|Molly E. Brown, NASA Goddard||Where does the weather matter for household food security?|
|Heather Galindo, COMPASS||Return of the Jedis - The "so what" of making your science matter|
|LaToya Myles, NOAA||What Goes Up Must Come Down: Emission and Deposition of Trace Gases|
|Joe Hourcle, NASA Solar Data Analysis Center||Polysemous Terms: Did Everyone Understand Your Message?|
- Directions to Infusion from Moscone?
Is this just another conference presentation?
- NO!! These talks are menat to push boundaries. Ignite talks are creative, funny - open mic for scientest. They are fast-paced and engaging. Your normal 15 minute, wordy conference slides will not work here.
How many presenters will you have?
- 14. There will be two sets of 7. Last year we had 17! We found the crowd was a bit overwhelmed, so we are scaling back to fewer talks.
What can I present on?
- Ignite@AGU presenters will span AGU topic areas and session tracks providing the audience a snapshot of new domain science, IT that supports Earth Science applications and innovative connections between IT and domain science. The topics can be on a range of items – you could use the event to talk about a project. Or, you could raise issues that the community might need to address or discuss. Perhaps you want to suggest new ways to develop and achieve applications? ways that the Earth science community can use social media techniques? new audiences that can use Earth science? other ideas for innovation? See last year's presenters to get more ideas on topics.
- Are there example Ignite talks I can see?
How do I prepare for an Ignite talk?
- Jon Udell wrote a great post on how to construct an Ignite talk:http://blog.jonudell.net/2011/06/24/practicing-for-an-ignite-talk/
- I put together an ignite talk on giving an Ignite talk: https://vimeo.com/48554531
- Email Erin, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Amber Kuss, DEVELOP - NASA Ames DEVELOP: Researching Wetland Restoration in the San Francisco Bay
- Bill Graham, NASA Applied Science & Technology Program Office - Remote Sensing Applications at the NASA Stennis Applied Science and Technology Project Office
- Chao Yi, NASA JPL - Ocean: the Unexplored Frontier
- Chris Mattman, NASA-JPL - Teaching NASA to open source its software the Apache way
- Deborah McGuinness, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Next Generation Monitoring of Environmental and Ecological Data.
- Hook Hua, NASA JPL - Earth Science Data: What We Can Learn From Food
- Jamie Favors, DEVELOP - DEVELOP: A Unique NASA Internship
- Jay Perlman, IEEE Fellows - Societal Impacts????
- Lawrence Friedl, NASA Headquarters - What? What if? Who? What?
- Lee Johnson , NASA Ames Research Center - Satellites and Irrigation Management
- Ramakrishna Nemani, NASA Ames Research Center - NASA Earth Exchange
- Rich Kleidman, NASA Goddard - Getting in at the Ground Floor – Improving Worldwide Monitoring of Particulate Matter.
- Sean Raffuse, Sonoma Technology - Finding Fire: a story of NASA data in application (in 3D)
- Sky Bristol, USGS - Think big, act small, fail fast, learn rapidly...thoughts on agility
- Susan Owen, NASA JPL - Why Geodetic Imaging is Important for Hazard Response and Recovery
- Tim Dye, Sonoma Technology - Small Sensors/Air Quality
- Todd King, UCLA - The New Discovery Paradigm For Science and Beyond…