CUAHSI events and deadlines are provided below. 

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Moore Foundation Awards Internet of Water $2 Million

When it comes to water, critical decisions are made every day, regardless of data availability. But what if we could harness more data to make better-informed decisions? The Internet of Water seeks to fundamentally change how we manage water by improving access to more water data for real-time decision-making. The project, undertaken by Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, has been awarded $2 million by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.

February 22: Position Paper Deadline for CUAHSI Workshop to envision a terrestrial modeling system to encode and formalize the knowledge from Water, Sustainability and Climate (WSC) and INFEWS thumbnail Photo

February 22: Position Paper Deadline for CUAHSI Workshop to envision a terrestrial modeling system to encode and formalize the knowledge from Water, Sustainability and Climate (WSC) and INFEWS

We welcome attendees involved with NSF WSC or INFEWS projects and others who are doing research in this area.  This will be a small focused workshop and attendees will be expected to actively engage in discussions and contribute to idea generation. The goal is to produce a white paper that gives substantive suggestions on ways for future cyberinfrastructure and modeling to formalize and encode WSC and INFEWS knowledge.  

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WaterHackWeek 2019

WaterHackWeek is a 5-day hackweek to be held at the University of Washington in partnership with the University of Washington eScience Institute.