Perhaps two years ago, it was a challenge to find appropriate sessions at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting for submissions that addressed the intersection between geophysics and knowledge representation.
A year ago, there were quite a few to choose from.
This year, I was almost overwhelmed by choice.
I ended up selecting the “Earth and Space Science Cyberinfrastructure: Application and Theory of Knowledge Representation” session in the “Earth and Space Science Informatics” section. The work I intend to present, co-authored with Jerusha Lederman and Keith Aldridge also of York University, is described via an abstract elsewhere. I’ll need to prepare well as I’m presenting in good company and have only 15 minutes!
The makings for a productive and stimulating meeting are clearly present.
And for a Canadian in December, it’s pretty difficult not to enjoy the Bay Area!
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