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We’ve already talked about. Visibility at other meetings Interaction with other data infrastructure organizations ( DataOne ; CUASHI, GBIF, …)

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we ve already talked about
We’ve already talked about
  • Visibility at other meetings
  • Interaction with other data infrastructure organizations (DataOne; CUASHI, GBIF, …)
  • Scaling up technology to other partners (e.g., add more lakes to lake expedition): data transfer, technology transfer, and expertise transfer (learning how to use new tools).
issues
Issues
  • Communication across disciplines
    • to learn and speak other languages
  • What is the interface between scientists and computer scientists?
    • Agile development process: understanding the “why” we do things, need to document what, who, and why (part of agile software engineering process)
  • How often does expedition meet?
    • Lake group: Meets about every 3 weeks
    • Biodiversity: Life mapper took on specific task – became Nadya and Aimee Stewart
more issues in too much detail
More Issues in too much detail
  • What is role of students in Expeditions, how do we engage them?
    • Beth: too much homogeneity in students – all hardcore CS
    • Meilan: very focused, late in phd track, must always get permission to engage
    • Need pairing early phd students with complementary professionals
    • Craig doing VNO
  • Need to identify Potential opportunities
    • Meilan: students could meet frequently to narrow this down;
    • everyone has own technology, and subjects/interests – what needs to be done, how could my expertise help?
  • Students could get together and exchange expertise,
  • domain person could explain expedition and needs,
  • maybe students would identify how they could help,
  • CS profs would interpret to identify interesting CS problems
  • Consider this and plan to do it in October (pragma 27) AND discussions once/month until then.
  • Paul/Craig – needs help with optimization of programs
  • Beth: pay a student to incentivize
action items
Action Items
  • Something rich for the students: 
    • Expedition leads with Beth teleconference
  • Hackathon session.
  • Expedition work with students.
  • Application test-bed and Aimee’s lessons learned
  • Sensor network WG engagement.
  • PRAGMA student and GLEON students collaboration.
action items1
Action Items
  • Each expedition
    • Create a Wiki presence
    • puts together a poster
    • 10-20 possible connect points for those outside the discipline
  • Focused problem
    • “hackathon” for solutions – after some dissemination of shared vision – (inc. user stories, use cases, architecture design)
      • is there a focused topic that would work for both/all expeditions
    • “Hey Telescience Group, help me set up a sensor data gathering for Mt. Kinabalu”
  • set up GitHub repository
  • Document PRAGMA Day
  • NESCent Data Carpentry Workshop with DataONE