Workshop Agenda

Objective

This meeting provides a forum for NASA’s science data providers, stewards, and partners to find out more details about the Open Source Science Initiative (OSSI). The meeting will facilitate the opportunity for the OSSI leads to brief the community with the latest update on NASA science data and compute; answer questions about the number of initiatives that are currently underway related to Open Science, and participate in forum-style breakout sessions where attendees will have the opportunity to engage with SMD and the community on further developing these initiatives. OSS initiatives include projects involving machine learning and artificial intelligence, discoverability of SMD data and publications, and new policies to support open science.  In addition, we will also introduce Transform to Open Science (TOPS), our initiative to help jump start the adoption of open science across our communities.  For further details, please see the workshop website.

Proposed Date

October 14, 2021, 12:00pm - 3:00pm ET 

Proposed Schedule

Time (ET)

Agenda Item

Description

12:00

Introduction/Set up

Yvonne Ivey

12:05

Keynote

Thomas Zurbuchen

12:15

Open Source Science Initiative (OSSI) 

Kevin Murphy

12:40

Questions and Answers

Admin will monitor the chat

12:50

SPD-41: Science Information Policy 

Steve Crawford

1:10

OSSI Highlights

  • Data Catalog
  • Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning (AI/ML)
  • Prizes and Challenges
  • Astrophysics Data Systems
  • OpenScapes

 

Kaylin Bugbee
Manil Maskey
Katie Baynes
Alberto Accomazzi
Julia Lowndes and Erin Robinson

1:40

Break

10 Minutes Break

1:50

Transform to OPen Science (TOPS)

Chelle Gentemann

2:10

Breakouts by OSSI Highlight Area 

Christian Reyes

2:40

Wrap Up and Next Steps

Steve Crawford

2:55

Closing Remarks 

Kevin Murphy

Please direct questions about the Open Source Science for Data Processing and Archives Workshop to the coordinator: christian.g.reyes@nasa.gov


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