26 February 2021
As a community organization, your involvement in CIG either indirectly through your research or directly through governance and outreach is important in its continuation. For previous CIG proposals, we asked the community to provide “one-pagers” on their science using CIG resources. This was an impressive compendium of geodynamics in its breadth, quality and ideas represented. It was a powerful statement not only to the community but to our stakeholders.
As part of the CIG IV proposal, we are once again interested in showcasing the impact CIG has on your research. You can help us in two ways:
- Publications. Have we captured your publications using CIG sponsored software? If you cite CIG code in your paper, most likely we have it in our database.
Check for you publications on our website:
News & Publications > Publications > submit
Publication(s) not there? Send the DOI(s) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do not know how to cite software? See our citation builder:
Research Highlight. We are interested in one page summaries of your research that CIG has facilitated through direct use of software, training, or workshops that facilitated collaborative efforts.
remember to include a colorful figure illustrating your research,
consider multiple submissions representing the breadth of your initiatives as well as connections with colleagues, and
download the template.
Submit by March 31, 2021 to: email@example.com
Examples from the CIG III proposals can be downloaded through the following link:
We appreciate your efforts in getting together with your colleagues to help us present CIG’s impact on geodynamics research for the CIG IV proposal.
Please feel free to forward this email to colleagues who may not be on this mailing list.
Bruce Buffet, UC Berkeley, co PI CIG IV
Lorraine Hwang, Director CIG, coPI CIG IV