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Facilitating International Collaboration through New Funding Opportunities. Maria Uhle Program Director, International Activities GEO Directorate U.S. National Science Foundation. Current Membership. Australia (Austria) Brazil Canada China France European Commission Germany Japan.

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facilitating international collaboration through new funding opportunities
Facilitating International Collaboration through New Funding Opportunities

Maria Uhle

Program Director, International Activities

GEODirectorate

U.S. National Science Foundation

current membership
Current Membership
  • Australia
  • (Austria)
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • China
  • France
  • European Commission
  • Germany
  • Japan
  • India
  • (Norway)
  • South Africa
  • UK
  • USA
  • Int’l Council for Science
  • Int’l Social Science Council

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

the belmont challenge
The Belmont Challenge

To deliver knowledge needed for action to avoid and adapt to detrimental environmental change including extreme hazardous events.This requires: 

  • Assessments of risks, impacts and vulnerabilities, through regional and decadal-scale analysis and prediction
  • Information on the state of the environment, through advanced observing systems
  • Interaction of natural and social sciences 
  • Enhanced environmental information service providers to users
  • Effective international coordination mechanisms

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

the belmont challenge1
The Belmont Challenge

To deliver knowledge needed for action to avoid and adapt to detrimental environmental change including extreme hazardous events.This requires: 

  •  Assessments of risks, impacts and vulnerabilities, through regional and decadal-scale analysis and prediction
  • Information on the state of the environment, through advanced observing systems
  • Interaction of natural and social sciences 
  • Enhanced environmental information service providers to users 
  • Effective international coordination mechanisms

Overlap with GEO Priorities

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

e infrastructures data management knowledge hub
e-Infrastructures & Data Management Knowledge Hub

Develop Community E-Infrastructure and Data Management Strategy and Implementation Plan for Future Earth

  • Interoperability of Infrastructures and Architectures
  • Governance

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

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e-Infrastructures & Data Management Knowledge Hub

Where international collaboration is essential

Partner with existing international efforts

Develop Community E-Infrastructure and Data Management Strategy and Implementation Plan for Future Earth

  • Interoperability of Infrastructures and Architectures
  • Governance

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

facilitate knowledge hub
Facilitate Knowledge Hub

Community activities – platform - Web assets

  • Virtual and in-person workshops
  • Interviews and interactions with experts
  • Staff research
  • Town hall meetings/forums at professional meetings
  • Webexvirtual meetings and conference calls
  • Online forums

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

facilitate knowledge hub1
Facilitate Knowledge Hub

Community activities – platform - Web assets

  • Virtual and in-person workshops
  • Interviews and interactions with experts
  • Staff research
  • Town hall meetings/forums at professional meetings
  • Webexvirtual meetings and conference calls
  • Online forums

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

timeline
Timeline
  • Phase I – 15 months (October 2013)
      • Community Building
      • Community Driven Implementation Plan
  • Phase II (2015)
      • Deliver on Implementation Plan – through funded activities – proposals etc.

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

working with geo
Working with GEO
  • Expertise and experience
  • Well established community
  • Interface with products and initiatives
  • Links with decision-making

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

working with geo1
Working with GEO

Participants in the Knowledge Hub activities

Steering Committee – define activities

  • Expertise and experience
  • Well established community
  • Interface with products and initiatives
  • Links with decision-making

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

working with geo2
Working with GEO

Provide opportunity to work with interested communities

Increased visibility within the international academic community for GEO efforts

Funding opportunities - especially Phase II

  • Expertise and experience
  • Well established community
  • Interface with products and initiatives
  • Links with decision-making

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting

moving forward
Moving forward
  • Interested in participating
  • Contact Maria Uhle (muhle@nsf.gov)

GEOSS Vision and Architecture Working Meeting