Jupyter Meets the Earth

This is the project home for the EarthCube-funded project (Awards 1928406 and 1928374): Jupyter meets the Earth: Enabling discovery in geoscience through interactive computing at scale.

Project description

The Jupyter meets the Earth project combines research use cases in geosciences with technical developments within the Jupyter and Pangeo ecosystems. In this model of equal partners, scientific questions help drive software infrastructure development, and new technologies expand the horizons of viable research.

The full project description is available in the original grant proposal.

Presentations and events

American Geophysical Union

December 1-17, 2020

As a part of the AGU Annual meeting, we presented:

  • IN002-05 Jupyter meets the Earth: advancing an open ecosystem that supports science

  • GP005-04 Advances in Magnetotelluric modelling and inversion with SimPEG

  • C004-0010 Multimodal Dataset Integration for Cloud Masking of ICESat-2

  • IN002-07 Fusion of ICESat-2 and complementary remote sensing data for interactive visualization in Jupyter

  • H141-0025 Spatio-Temporal Interpolation of Cloud Data

  • H140-0003 Jupyer Supported Interactive Data Processing Workflow for Intensively Monitored Watersheds across the US

  • TH086 Scripts to Software Frameworks: How Do We Share Our Research Code?

  • SCIWS13 Best Practices for Developing and Sustaining Your Open-Source Research Software

Supercomputing Conference (SC)

November 11-19, 2020

As a part of the Fourth Workshop on Interactive High-Performance Computing @ SC20, Anderson Banihirwe spoke on a panel about Interactive High Performance Computing.

EarthCube Webinar

November 6, 2020

We gave a presentation “Jupyter and Pangeo: Building robust, open ecosystems in EarthCube” at the EarthCube Webinar Joining the EarthCube Community as a Funded Project - a Discussion on the 2021 NSF EarthCube Solicitation.

Next Generation Ecosystems Experiments (NGEE) Seminars

October 19, 2020

As a part of the NGEE-Tropics seminar series, we gave a presentation entitled “Jupyter meets the Earth: partnering domain research with open-source development”:

JupyterCon Presentation

October 15, 2020

JupyterCon was held online from October 5-17. We presented a poster on the Jupyter meets the Earth project:

Discussion with Coiled

September 24, 2020

As a part of the Science Thursdays livestream events hosted by Hugo Bowne-Anderson and Matthew Rocklin, Lindsey Heagy joined for a conversation on using dask for inverse problems in geophysics

EarthCube Council of Funded projects

September 10, 2020

We gave a project-overview presentation as a part of the EarthCube Council of Funded Projects regular meeting series:

EarthCube community meeting

July 27, 2020

As a part of the EarthCube 2020 meeting, we held a two hour session that included short presentations about the Jupyter meets the Earth project, lightning talks from members of the community and time for Q&A.

IceSat2 Hackweek

June 8-18, 2020

Several team members participated as instructors and joing in the project-work at the 2020 ICESat-2 Hackweek. The tutorials that project team members Fernando Pérez and Lindsey Heagy contributed to were on:

Transform 2020

June 6-14, 2020

As a part of the Transform 2020 virtual conference, Lindsey Heagy gave a tutorial on geophysical inversions with SimPEG.