EarthCube Solicitation Update 3/13/2013 Eva Zanzerkia, Barbara Ransom,

EarthCube Solicitation Update 3/13/2013 Eva Zanzerkia, Barbara Ransom,

EarthCube Solicitation Update 3/13/2013 Eva Zanzerkia, Barbara Ransom, Irene Lombardo, Leonard Pace Lisa Boush, Bob Chadduck, Mark Suskin Content The Motivation for EarthCube FY13 Amendment I FY13 Amendment II Test EnterpriseGovernance EarthCube RCN Building Blocks Conceptual Designs How the pieces fit together Comment and Questions EarthCube Supports the Geosciences tal n me & n iro nge e v en cha ienc il s e r climate c ha nge formation ANT ANT Glaciolog & Glaciolog e

v o lution yy NCAR of the aNCAR PaleoPaleotmospClimate here & Climate o ceans ANT ANT Solar Astro & Solar Astro & Geospac Geospac e e ARC ARC Natural Natural Sciences Sciences Terrestial Terrestial Phy. Phy. & & Dyn Dyn Met. Met. Aeronom Aeronom

y y MagnetoMagnetospheric spheric Phys. Phys. Emerging Emerging Frontiers Frontiers (BIO) (BIO) huma n intera -earth ction s Tectonics Tectonics EarthScop EarthScop e e Clm Clm & & Large Large Scale Scale Dyn Dyn IES IES

EarthCube CI ANT ANT Organism Organism s& & s Ecosys. Ecosys. Networks Networks Data Data ANT ANT Earth Earth Sciences Sciences Sediment Sediment Geology Geology and and Paleobio Paleobio GeoPRIS GeoPRIS M M

Biologica Biologica ll Ocean Ocean EAR EAR Ed. Ed. Geophysi Geophysi cs cs Phys Phys Ocean Ocean Software Software High High Perf Perf Computin Computin g g Ocean Ocean Drilling Drilling Geomom orpholog orpholog y y& & land land

use use dyn dyn er y v o c dis e e c r ANT anc ANT d resou n Ocean & u b& Ocean aSci. &Atm. OOI Atm. Sci. OOI geoh az ar d Marine Marine s Geology Geology & & GeoGeophys phys continental evolution & changes through time

Chem Chem Ocean Ocean life deep s ur face earth Hydrolog InteracHydrolog y tiyons & fee dbacks Geomom Geobio Geobio & & Low Low Temp Temp Geochem Geochem ARC ARC Sys Sys Science Science (ARCSS) (ARCSS) & s t n ity,ARC e ARC v ic Social

e Social d e rBiologica Sciences o sSciences i Biologican m e l e o tl i tr s, p Infrastruc a x Infrastruc e se lic ture ture Envir. Envir. p Biology u Biology m a i c ARC ARC Obs. Obs. Network Network (AON) (AON) Atm. Atm. Chemistr

Chemistr y y Petrology Petrology Geochem Geochem istry istry in of g i r o e th OCE OCE ED ED EarthCube Vision Transform the conduct of geosciences research with the next generation CI . Create effective community-driven cyberinfrastructure. eop/ostp/library/publicaccesspolicy Federal Science Agencies Enable global data discovery within the geosciences Achieve interoperability and data integration

across disciplines. You The EarthCube Strategy DataOne Unidata CUASHI An alternative approach to respond to daunting science and cyberinfrastructure challenges NCAR IRIS IEDA EarthCube is an outcome and a process OOI EarthCube: next generation CI to transform the conduct of geosciences The process must Engage all stakeholders: Geosciences end-users Geosciences and CI facilities CI and Computer Science specialists EarthCube built on existing resources, understanding that different geosciences communities are not uniformly served Build EarthCube iteratively, with community input and assessment in yearly intervals

FY13 Themes: Engage Stakeholders Geoscientists Geosciences Facilities Industry Academic Researchers Governance Computer Scientists Architecture CI Experts Builders CI Resources Community Engagement Students Geo-ed Resource Leveraging Geosciences Cyberinfrastructure Data Providers EarthCube Amendment I March 26 deadline Test Enterprise Governance 1 award; ~2yrs; $2m-$3m EarthCube Research Coordination Networks 4-6 awards; 2yrs; $300k Governance

Community Engagement Governance Governance Test Enterprise Governance Two stage process 1. Facilitate the creation of a terms of reference engaging the appropriate organizations and people 2. Demonstrate the terms of reference Coordinate, organize and set priorities for a complex set of activities that will change over time work.pdf map.pdf Research Coordination Networks Community Community Engagement Engagement Planning activity for geosciences communities Shared resources Representative plans for needed CI Data/CI standards Multi-disciplinary is preferred Communication and Participation Required Not designed for defined groups to plan or build specific CI RCN Geoscientists

Steering Committee; Coordination Activities; Collaborations RCN Output EarthCube Amendment II May 22 deadline Building Blocks 4-6 awards; 2yrs; up to $2m Conceptual Designs 3-5 awards; 2yrs; $300k Resource Leveraging Architecture Resource Resource Leveraging Leveraging Building Blocks Initial integration of current resources Input from EC, end-users, architecture Next Next Building Building Blocks Blocks Stage

Stage 2 Outcomes Demo utility to geosciences communities within 24 months How does the approach extend and fit into ecosystem Proposals must Have credible links to end-users geosciences communities not just a subset Motivate how the solution might be broadly applied across ALL geosciences community Resource Resource Leveraging Leveraging Building Blocks Serving more than one domain and recognized community organizations Not all cyberinfrastructure projects are appropriate for this opportunity. What do you do? CONTACT YOUR PROGRAM DIRECTOR Several opportunities for those committed to participating in the spirit of EarthCube. Architecture Architecture Conceptual Designs Initial planning for Enterprise Architecture Networks Communities

Compute, Stogare Software CI Architecture Teams Understand the landscape of existing resources Consider innovative designs for an evolving system Output Conceptual Design Reports Engage end users Presented to other EarthCubers Discussion about different approaches Phased Approach How Will It All Fit Together: Phased Approach CommunityRun Status Assessment NSF Review Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Input into Governance Conceptual Design Reports Design revisions Terms of Reference Building Block output

Gaps/ Missing Pieces Initial interactions bet groups RCN interaction Building Block development Priorities Enterprise Governance How Will It All Fit Together: Participation Participation is a requirement for each award. Managing this requirement Understand there is uncertainty Does your project organization accommodate meetings, other interactions? How well do you understand end-users and the groups that serve them? CONTACT YOUR PROGRAM DIRECTOR Point you to the right solicitation(s) Questions and Comments? [email protected]

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