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Last chance to register for the "Why attend IDW 2022" webinar

Make sure to register for the "Why attend IDW 2022" webinar. It will be co-hosted 26 May 2022, 8:00 UTC by representatives from WDS, CODATA, RDA, and the local Korean organizers.

The webinar will serve as an informational guide on everything necessary to attend IDW 2022.

To register for the webinar, click here.

 

International Data Week Registration

International Data Week is less than four weeks away. Early bird rates for virtual and in-person registration are available through 30 May 2022.

Current rates are as follows:

Standard Virtual: $250
Standard In-person: $550

Student Virtual: $125
Student In-person: $250

Low or Middle Income Country Virtual: $150
Low or Middle Income Country In-Person: $250

To register for IDW 2022, click here.

 

SciDataCon: A part of IDW 2022

SciDataCon, hosted by WDS and CODATA, has released its sessions program for International Data Week 2022.

Sessions include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • WorldFAIR - Global cooperation on FAIR data policy and practice
  • Sampling Nature for Science and Society
  • A data-driven systems approach to the net zero transition: A control loop for the protection of the planet

Access to SciDataCon sessions is included in registration for International Data Week 2022

 

ARM Climate Research Facility

The Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility has recently released data on their radiative flux analysis study on Macquarie Island. The study successfully calculated clear-sky irradiance in the shortwave and longwave surface fluxes from the measured broadband irradiance.

The data is available for use here at ARM's Data Center. This data can only be accessed by those who have an account with ARM's Data Center. To create an account, click here.

 

KISTI - Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information

The Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) is set to commence the "Asian BigData Superhighway" computing infrastructure building project. The project will manage and support network infrastructure that rapidly transmits large-scale S&T data such as telehealth, distance education, Eduroam, and climate risk/disaster management research.

To learn more about the project, click here.