Save the Date! Oct 9-11, 2023 at JHU/APL in Laurel MD
(co-located with the IHDEA meeting, Oct 12-13, see https://ihdea.net/events.html)
An inaugural workshop for data science and software in Heliophysics. Session Proposals due Mar 31!
DASH will serve as a forum for scientists and software developers to present and discuss algorithms, software, and data systems used in the acquisition, reduction, analysis, and dissemination of data for Heliophysics, including space and ground-based measurements as well as models. The meeting will connect practitioners across institutions, and international participation is key to success. All ranges of experience are welcome. The program will contain invited and contributed talks (with virtual participation possible), as well as posters (in-person only). We are intending this meeting to become an annual event.
Topics covered will be drawn from these examples (not exhaustive):
|New Algorithms||Standards: Data, Metadata, and Services|
|Science Analysis Tools||Open Source Workflows and Licensing|
|Machine Learning||Data Processing and Management|
|Software Development||Software Process (CI/CD)|
|Cloud Computing||Leveraging Capabilities from other Domains|
|Multi-domain Analysis||International Collaboration Approaches|
We are currently accepting proposals for session topics. Please consider proposing a topic for which you would like to be a session chair. We particularly encourage early career applicants for session chairs. Session topic ideas are due by March 31, 2023!
If interested, please send a short, 1-2 paragraph description of your session topic to the point of contact below, along with an expression of commitment to serve as a session chair.
Point of contact: firstname.lastname@example.org