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May 13-16, 2019 at Biosphere 2, Tucson, AZ

Biosphere 2 in Oracle, Arizona. Photo courtesy of the University of Arizona

Data Science Pathways for Building a Vibrant TRIPODS Commons at Scale

Technical and non-technical barriers often hamper progress, especially when highly productive groups with diverse expertise and computational backgrounds work on common problems. These barriers are often associated with frictions at the boundaries of computational technologies and human communications, and more evident and when working at real scale. Overcoming these barriers and learning from collective experience is critical for ensuring successful outcomes

"I never lose. I either win or learn.” -Nelson Mandela

A two-part workshop conducted in a idea/innovation lab format will bring together participants representing thought-leaders and practitioners in data-driven open science projects, recently funded TRIPODS+X project teams, and participants from Astronomy and Earth Sciences communities.

The first Lab (dubbed lemon lab) will:

  • Focus on challenges encountered when working in transdisciplinary teams. Invited participants will highlight strategies that have worked for their teams and exemplar projects.

The second Lab (dubbed lemonade lab), to be held in late 2019, will:

  • Synthesize key concepts from lemon lab into SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) format guidelines aimed at improving productivity for data science teams.
  • Initiate a prototype implementation of the TRIPODS Commons for showcasing, experimenting with, and sharing research products (code, data, methods) from TRIPODS community and their collaborators.
Bring your best lemonade recipe!

Questions? Contact:

Faryad Sahneh: faryad@email.arizona.edu

Funded by NSF DMS:1839307

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