Save the Date: 16 May 2019, Kirstenbosch, Cape Town - 09h30-15h30
The SEACRIFOG project is aimed primarily at defining the scope and functionality required for a carbon-observing research infrastructure for Africa.
Building on the designs, requirements, and scoping of the research infrastructure, SAEON, SASSCAL, and ICOS-ERIC are collaborating to define and build the data infrastructure to support this research. We have, thus far, developed a number of resources that informs this process:
Purpose of the Workshop
Obtaining community inputs into and feedback on the requirements, governance, architecture, and implementation of a continent-wide data infrastructure to support SEACRIFOG in Africa.
Who Should Attend?
Systems developers, curators, data repository managers, and researchers working in global change science, and more specifically, carbon cycling and observation.
The workshop will require participants to review SEACRIFOG outputs prior to the meeting on the 16th, so that feedback and discussion can be the focus. The materials for preparation and feedback provision will be provided here soon.
Attendance is limited to 15 delegates on a first-come first-served basis, but it will also be possible to attend the meeting remotely. Please contact Wim Hugo to announce your participation: firstname.lastname@example.org
We cannot pay any travel costs, food will provided during the lunch break.