5 December 2019
2019 Fall AGU is just around the corner. I hope you are as excited as I to be back in San Francisco and for all the great science next week.
As always, AGU is jammed packed with events, workshops, and “don’t miss” presentations. CIG highlights include:
- DI31A, DI32A, DI33B, DI33C. Understanding Global Dynamics of the Earth’s Mantle: A Multidisciplinary Endeavor.
Please join the community to celebrate the science exemplified by the career of Louise Kellogg.*
Presentations by community members: https://geodynamics.org/cig/events/calendar/agu-2019/2019-agu-abstracts/.
Don’t see your presentation listed? Please send a link to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to the Jason Morgan Early Career Award winner Jacqueline Austermann. The award will bestowed at the 2019 Francis Birch Lecture (Claudio Facenna) on Wednesday 4P.
SCIWS5 - Best Practices for Developing and Sustaining Your Open-Source Research Software. Gassmoeller, Heagy, Krischer, Uieda, Sullivan, Heister, and Bangerth.
AGU Theater - Data FAIR: Software Repositories within the Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences, Thursday 2P. Learn how to contribute to CIG. Get your questions about software donation answered.
In addition, don’t miss the CIG Business Meeting on WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11. Use the bridge from Moscone South to Moscone North to get to Samovar. Samovar is located on the rooftop of Yerba Buena Gardens (Moscone North). Lunch will be available beginning at 12:15. The Business Meeting begins at **12:45P. **Come learn about CIG transitions and planning, new CIG Officers, and 2020 event dates. The results from this summer’s survey will also be shared and discussed.
Please note that the CIG Business Meeting is incorrectly*listed in the AGU program. AGU will be correcting this. Please always refer to our website for the latest information: *https://geodynamics.org/cig/events/calendar/agu-2019/2019-cig-business-meeting/