The Data Delivery and Cyberinfrastructure (DDCI) Committee is soliciting applications to fill one membership position. Scientists with experience using scientific observing systems such as OOI, as well as those with experience in successfully delivering data from large-scale multi-sensor observing systems to scientific users are encouraged to apply. Representation from the OOI early career science community is particularly needed at… Read more DDCI Committee – Call for Applications
On May 14, 2020, the OOI Facility Board established the Larry P. Atkinson Travel Fellowship for Students and Early Career Scientists and virtually presented Larry with a plaque recognizing the occasion. The Larry P. Atkinson Travel Fellowship helps early career scientists and graduate students who are actively involved in research and/or education programs using Ocean… Read more OOIFB establishes the “Larry P. Atkinson Travel Fellowship for Students and Early Career Scientists”
The OOIFB welcomes John Wilkin of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, to the Facility Board. John Wilkin has 30 years of international experience in oceanography developing and applying model-based analysis systems for interdisciplinary research in coastal and adjacent boundary current waters. His current work emphasizes coastal ocean processes, real-time data assimilation and… Read more OOIFB Welcomes New Member – John Wilkin
The OOIFB welcomes Dax Soule of Queens College, City University of New York, to Facility Board. Dax is an early career scientist, with experience spanning the geophysical, educational, and data science communities. He has worked to advocate for the use of OOI data in educational settings and has helped mentor over 100 faculty on how… Read more OOIFB welcomes new member – Dax Soule
The Ocean Observatories Initiative Facility Board (OOIFB) will host a workshop focusing on current and future science addressed by the OOI infrastructure in the Northeast Pacific. The workshop will take place on June 23-25, 2020 in Portland, OR. For details, click here.