There is a growing effort in the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility, Atmospheric System Research (ASR), and other communities to make scientific research, data, and software more open and accessible to the larger atmospheric science community. The ARM/ASR Open Science Virtual Workshop 2022 will serve as a mechanism to bring this larger community together to discuss and collaborate on open science topics, which include but are not limited to software, hardware, and data.
The aim of this workshop is to expose attendees to the spectrum of open science occurring in the ARM and ASR communities while breaking down information silos. This is a four-day workshop that will take place Tuesday, May 10, to Friday, May 13, from noon to 4 p.m. Eastern each day.
Presentations and tutorials were solicited from the ARM/ASR and broader scientific communities on all aspects of open science related to the missions of ARM and ASR. See the updated agenda here.
The registration deadline to attend the workshop is Sunday, May 8. Register for the workshop here.
Please contact Adam Theisen if you have any questions about the workshop.
Read more about ARM open-source capabilities in this ARM article.# # #
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