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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.


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


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.


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.


You may contact Dr. Michael Way for further information.

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