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Thursday, July 16 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Plenary: Putting Data to work: Open Science & Open Data | 2021-2026 Strategic Theme Community Conversation
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We will start our plenary with two talks offering different perspectives on 'Putting Data to Work' with focus on open science and open data
  • Enabling Transformational Science (Chelle Gentemann)
  • Entryways to open data science and the power of welcome (Julia Stewart-Lowndes)

The second half of the plenary will focus on gaining community input on the draft ESIP 2021-2026 Strategic Themes. Follow the plenary with office hours with ESIP President, Tamara Ledley. Join here.

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Julia Lowndes

Senior Fellow, Openscapes Director, NCEAS, UC Santa Barbara
Julia Stewart Lowndes, PhD is a marine ecologist, data scientist, and Senior Fellow at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS). As founding director of Openscapes (created during her Mozilla Fellowship) she champions kinder, better science in less time and... Read More →
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Chelle Gentemann

Senior Scientist, Farallon Institute
Chelle is a passionate advocate for open science, open source software, and inclusivity.  As a physical oceanographer focused on remote sensing, she has worked for over 25 years on retrievals of ocean temperature from space and using that data to understand how the ocean impacts... Read More →

Thursday July 16, 2020 11:30am - 1:00pm EDT
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