The IEEE GRSS Chapter in Los Angeles presents a distinguished lecture event by Dr. H. K. “Rama” Ramapriyan
NASA’s Earth Science Data Systems
Dr. H. K. “Rama” Ramapriyan
Science Systems and Applications, Inc.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
151 Arms Laboratory
Caltech Campus, Pasadena, California
About the Topic: NASA’s Earth Science Data Systems (ESDS) Program has evolved over the last two decades, and currently has several core and community components. Core components provide the basic operational capabilities to process, archive, manage and distribute data from NASA missions. Community components provide a path for peer-reviewed research in Earth Science Informatics to feed into the evolution of the core components. The Earth Observing System Data and Information System is a core component consisting of twelve Distributed Active Archive Centers and eight Science Investigator-led Processing Systems spread across the U.S. This presentation covers how ESDS continues to evolve, benefit and contribute to Earth Science Informatics advancement.
About the Speaker: Dr. H. K. “Rama” Ramapriyan worked in NASA’s Earth Science Data and Information System (ESDIS) Project at the Goddard Space Flight Center since the beginning of the EOS Program until August 2014, when he retired from NASA. Currently, he is the Chief Science Research Advisor at Science Systems and Applications, Inc., and continues to support NASA’s ESDS Program with a focus on data stewardship. He is a Senior Member of IEEE GRSS and past chair of the Data Archive and Distribution Technical Committee of the IEEE GRSS.
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