The IS-GEO community hosts a monthly technical research presentation series where members of the community share the latest updates to cutting edge results, discuss a technical challenge with the group to brainstorm solutions, and explore topics of interest to people who may be just starting to learn about IS-GEO as a field of study.
Video and audio recordings are shared on this website as they are completed. You can watch the archived presentations using the links in the table below.
Interested in watching the presentations live? Join the is-geolistserv to get notifications for the teleconference calls and audio/video links!
How to connect to the monthly meeting:
- Teleconference calls are hosted using Zoom links. Access to the connection information is available by signing up to the IS-GEO listserv
Next Monthly Telecon and Presentation:
- March 5th, 2019, 2:00 PM CT – Adaptation Through Learning: Using Machine Learning to Improve Forest Wildfire Management. Mark Crowley, Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Waterloo Artificial Intelligence Institute at the University of Waterloo.
Previous presentations – with video recordings yet to come (please check back soon):
- February 4th, 2019 – ClimateNet: Bringing the power of Deep Learning to the climate community via open datasets and architectures. Karthik Kashinath, Big Data Center, NERSC (Lawrence Berkeley Lab
- January 8th, 2019 – SWIMming Toward a Sustainable Water Future. Natalia Villanueva, University of Texas at El Paso
- December 4th, 2018 – The ‘Ike Wai Project: A multi-faceted study of two Hawaiian aquifers. Gwen Jacobs, Director of Cyberinfrastructure, University of Hawai
- November 13, 2018 – Digital Technology and Living with Environmental Change – Gordon Blair, Lancaster University.
- October 2nd 2018: ClimateNet, Community-contributed datasets with labeled instances of extreme weather patterns for deep learning analysis – Mr. Prabhat, NSERC, LBNL.
- September 11th 2018: Climate change and health: preparing for a potentially unrecognizable future – Kristie L. Ebi, University of Washington.
- August 2018: CSciBox: An Artificial Intelligence Tool for Complex Age-Depth Models – Elizabeth Bradley, CU Boulder.
- June 2018: AI for Earth – Lucas Joppa. Microsoft Research
- May 2018: Zero-knowledge Spatio-temporal Inference, Modeling & Prediction – Ishanu Chattopadhyay
- April 2018: Causality 101 for Geoscientists – Imme Ebert-Uphoff
- March 2018: Constructing Scenarios Using Science Fiction Prototyping – Pat Keys
- February 2018: The National Map as Linked Data – Krzysztof Janowicz
- Dec 2017: FAIR Data – Douglas Fils
Previous presentations – with video recordings available (click on links to watch video recordings):
- November 2017: Computer-Aided Discovery – Victor Pankratius
- Sep 2017: Geoinformatics for Paleoscience – Julien Emile-Geay
- Aug 2017: Mining Mars Observation Targets – Kiri L. Wagstaff
- June 2017: Data and Models of Geosystems – Mary Hill
- May 2017: Simplifying the Reuse of Datasets & Models – Scott Peckham
- Apr 2017: AI for Extreme Event Reslience – Ibrahim Demir
- March 2017: Theory-guided Data Science – Anuj Karpatne & Vipin Kumar