IS-GEO RCN Kickoff Meeting

The IS-GEO RCN kickoff meeting will happen Wednesday, January 18, 2017 – Friday January 20, 2017 at UT Austin.

We would like all attendees to organize sessions and lead RCN activities, and have already assigned some of the participants to chair and organize some of the sessions.

Remote access is available via a Zoom meeting all 3 days.

You will need to ‘register’ the first time you access the meeting: 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting and this information should be the same for all three days.

The IS-GEO community is active and growing!

A result of the initial workshop in March 2015 was a comprehensive report with findings from the workshop.  In the subsequent months the report was presented at multiple meetings and venues as outreach to the community.

Please submit contributions and items you would like share with the group to: sawpierce at

IS-GEO at AGU 2016

There were several IS-GEO activities at AGU. The IS-GEO session was selected to open the conference with lightning talks (a new format) on December 12th, Monday at 8am.
A poster session followed that afternoon.
An RCN meeting happened on Monday evening at 6:30 pm (Marriott Marquis, in Foothills Room E).
Check out the sessions organized on Intelligent Systems for the Geosciences (IS-GEO):
Mon, Dec 12, 8-10am, IS-GEO Lighting talks (IN11F) Moscone North-110
Mon, Dec 12, 1.40-6pm, IS-GEO poster session (IN13C)  Moscone South
Mon, Dec 12, 6.30pm, RCN meeting, Marriott Marquis.

IS­-GEO: Intelligent Systems Research to Support Geosciences

Please submit your abstracts for GSA 2015 to the IS-GEO Session

Session Description: This session will present advances in our understanding of the Earth system through innovative cyberinfrastructure that pushes the envelope on information systems research. Presentations will explore approaches that leverage Intelligent Systems (IS) to tackle heterogeneous data integration and visualization problems, as well as ontological reasoning with scientific metadata and mathematical models. Specific examples are expected to incorporate the current state of Intelligent Systems for Geosciences (IS­GEO) projects with forward­looking summaries from the IS­GEO community of practitioners and researchers. Addressing Intelligent Systems for Geosciences (IS­GEO) challenges requires collaboration among researchers from geosciences and information systems. Presentations in the ISGEO session are expected to merge ongoing efforts of the EarthCube initiative with technological advances across the geosciences.