New York Workshop on Computer, Earth, and Space Sciences

The meeting was held Feb. 6, 2009, at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, New York, N.Y.

Agenda:

The Official Agenda lists the speakers and includes links to the titles, abstracts and talks.

A booklet listing the agenda and containing the talk abstracts is also available: cess2009agenda.pdf

Purpose:

To bring New York's finest Astronomers, Statisticians, Computer Scientists, and Space and Earth Scientists together for a full day to explore potential synergies between our respective fields that may also lead to possible funding opportunities.

Background:

One of our organizers formerly ran a similar workshop series at NASA/Ames Research Center in the heart of Silicon Valley, Cal., which was considered quite a success story. For an idea of the kinds of talks presented at that time please view the two most recent workshops, ROSES 2006 and ROSES 2005.

Invited speakers:

Kevin Knuth, Departments of Physics and Informatics, University at Albany (SUNY) (Talk/Abstract), and Alexander Gray, Georgia Tech, College of Computing (Talk/Abstract).

To see a list of speakers, talk titles/abstracts and attendees see the Participant List.

Contact

You may contact Dr. Michael Way for further information.