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Thursday, July 21 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Advances and Challenges of Cloud-Native Data (including Analysis-Ready Cloud-Optimized, or ARCO Formats) and Access, Part 2: Cloud Out Loud

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Following Part 1: Presentations on Geospatial Cloud Data Formats and Access, we will take a break, and then organize into working groups for “Cloud Out Loud”. These cloud conversations will be a space for subgroups to get hands-on and collaborate through conversations and work to tackle theoretical and practical problems. So far proposed sessions include:

- Testing notebooks 
- Developing recipes for pangeo-forge https://github.com/pangeo-forge/staged-recipes
- Testing out examples in the pangeo gallery http://gallery.pangeo.io/
- https://github.com/lsterzinger/2022-esip-kerchunk-tutorial
- Dave Jones of Storm Center: GeoCollaborate enables trusted data sharing and collaboration across platforms. This utility would benefit from tutorials and documentation to help spread the word and expand our reach. Formerly an ESIP Project, GC operates in the AWS cloud and can operate in any cloud environment If I use data to produce a scientific result, how do I trace it back to a certified repository?
- Cloud data systems operations:
    - Review of current white papers on spatial data infrastructures and Earth Observation Exploitation Platform “Common Architectures”
    - What formats can be considered standard? How should they be organized for performance? What can be enabled through metadata?
    - How do I provide citation, provenance, traceability? (From Dave Meyer, GES DISC)
- Discussion groups formed based on questions which arise during the presentations.

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Ramon Ramirez-Linan

co-founder, Navteca
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Ryan Abernathey

Associate Professor, Columbia University
Ryan P. Abernathey, an Associate Professor of Earth And Environmental Science at Columbia University and Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, is a physical oceanographer who studies large-scale ocean circulation and its relationship with Earth's climate. He received his Ph.D. from MIT... Read More →
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Aimee Barciauskas

Data Engineer, Development Seed
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Robert Casey

Deputy Director of Cyberinfrastructure, IRIS Data Services
Rob currently serves as Deputy Director of Cyberinfrastructure at the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) Data Management Center (DMC) in Seattle, WA. His responsibilities include management of software development and data services activities as well as leading... Read More →

James Coll

Physical Scientist, Lynker
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Dave Meyer

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Matt Hanson

Sr Software Engineer, Element 84
Geospatial data interoperability and discovery
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Brianna Pagan

Deputy Manager, NASA GES DISC

Thursday July 21, 2022 11:00am - 12:30pm EDT
Ballroom 2 600 Commonwealth Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15222