The Ocean Observatories Initiative Facilities Board (OOIFB) will host a Town Hall at the 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting in San Diego, CA. The Town Hall is scheduled for Thursday, February 20th from 12:45 pm to 1:45 pm at the San Diego Convention Center, 3, UL. The community will have the opportunity to hear the latest information about the OOI facility, meet the OOIFB members, and learn about research using OOI data.
The Town Hall is aimed at researchers who are now using or are considering using OOI data, researchers interested in adding instrumentation to the OOI infrastructure, and educators at all levels interested in the OOI. Thank you and we hope to see you at the OOIFB Town Hall!
Lunch will be available!
Date and Time: Thursday, 20 February 2020: 12:45 – 13:45
Location: San Diego Convention Center, 3, UL – San Diego, CA.
Town Hall Agenda: The latest version of the OOIFB Town Hall agenda is available here.
Town Hall Attendance List: The attendance list is available here. Note: Additional people attended the Town Hall, but did not sign-in.]
Town Hall Presentations:
- OOIFB Activity Update
- Updates from the OOI Operator
- OOIFB Data Delivery and Cyber Infrastructure Committee Update & Survey Results
- Lightning Talks
Call for Lightning Talks – Sign-up is now closed. The OOIFB Town Hall will include a series of lightning presentations where scientists are invited to present one slide in one minute explaining how s/he has used (or plans to use) freely available observatory data in their respective research. In this Town Hall we will expand beyond OOI, and encourage users of other observatories to also share their experiences in applying observatory data in their respective research. We hope you will consider presenting a slide in the lightning session. Sign-up now to present a lightning talk! If you are using observatory data (OOI, NCAR, NEON, etc.) and wish to present a lightning talk during the Town Hall, please sign up HERE by February 9th. Time during the Town Hall session is limited, but we hope to accommodate as many lightning slides as possible.