AQ Community Meeting Summer 2009 Schedule

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New Improved Schedule[edit | edit source]

This is not final. Some remaining concerns:

  • Does it give OAQPS enough time for feedback etc.?
  • I'd like an explicit slot for the Non-AQ folks (Josh Lieberman, Raj Singh).
  • We will stay flexible about adding a few more folks to Wednesday presentations

We'll be contacting proposed presenters.

A version of this in Excel is here (.xls)

The previous version is here (.xls)

The entire meeting will be accessible remotely. We will use WebEx (or something similar). (Previous discussion was of a video conference; we will use WebEx instead.) Some presenters will use remote access and feedback on the agenda is welcome even if you won't be there in person.

Block Time Subject Presenter
Block 1 1:00 Welcome, Objectives, Proposed Approach Sweeny
…for quick briefing sessions, take clarifying questions, hold discussion till end
Goals & Policy Overview 1:15 GEO Perspective Friedl
Weds. Afternoon 1:30 OAQPS perspective Scheffe
1:45 EPA GEO perspective Young
2:00 NASA Hilsenrath
2:15 USGEO Lindsay
2:30 ESIP AQ Falke
2:45 room for one more?
3:00 BREAK
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For following sessions take down questions and review together at the end
Block 2 3:30 AIP AQ infrastructure Robinson
Technical & Strategic Happenings Ross Report* Sweeny*
OAQPS strategy* Mintz*
Weds. Afternoon EPA Earth* Young*
*Above three talks could be combined or shortened
VIEWS & CMAS Schichtel, McClure, or Shankar
HTAP Network Husar
5:00 Review questions and start discussion on cross-cutting theames Sweeny
5:30 Recess
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Block 3 9:00 Funding Agency Perspectives on User Needs and Agency Roles Sweeny & Panel: Friedl, Scheffe, McCabe, Husar, Falke
Common Themes, Needs/Opportunities
Thurs. Morning 9:30 Brainstorm and discussion on areas of interest and opportunity from Day 1 themes... Gaps? Use Cases?
10:00 Break
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Block 4 10:30 Facilitated Discussion Sweeny
Barriers and Practical Progress What are barriers that prevent us from achieving those opportunities?
Thurs. Morning Walk through how concrete progress could occur in some example areas - what incentives/connections/infrastructure are needed?
Generate examples of real improvements that could be made, to make systems interoperate
12:30 Lunch
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Block 5 2:00 Review of AM discussion and ID of key issues/opportunities/actions
Review of AM
Thurs. Afternoon
Block 6 2:30 An opportunity for the community to offer feedback on the GCI, the architecture of GEOSS, and the process and priorities for GEO and USGEO Friedl, Young, Lindsay
Feedback for USGEO and GEO
Thurs. Afternoon
tbd Break
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Block 7 tbd + 20 Where does ESIP-AQ go next, over the next 4 months / 1 year? How do we build the Community of Practice and reach out, nationally and internationally, to capitilize on these opportunities? What concrete activities should the CoP take on?
Where does ESIP-AQ go next?
Thurs. Afternoon
5:30 Adjourn