The June TOPS Monthly Community Forum will be integrated into the bi-annual Community Panel, held from June 14 – June 16 in a hybrid format broadcasted live from NASA HQ in Washington, D.C.
The TOPS Community Panel reviews and provides input on NASA’s strategy for transitioning to open-source science. The panel meeting will bring together leaders from the open science, open source software, and data science communities with the NASA TOPS team for a detailed review of TOPS plans. The meeting will be public and have tools for the public to submit questions.
We want to hear from you!
During the panel, we’ll dedicate an entire hour to answering your questions live on air. We invite you to register to attend virtually and submit your questions during the event, using our IO tool.
To participate in the community panel, please register here.
Where: Public (virtual) meeting
When: 14-16 June 2023, 12-4 EST (9-11 PST), each day. (Full Agenda)
Questions? Submit questions before and during panel using our IO tool here
Discussion topics? Start a discussion on GitHub
Join us on May 11 at 1 P.M. EST for a Community Forum on the power of open science, brought to you by NASA’s Transform to Open Science (TOPS) initiative. We’re thrilled to bring together experts from NASA and CERN to explore the transformative impact of open science on fostering greater international collaboration and accelerating scientific progress.
At this forum, you’ll have the opportunity to engage with thought leaders in the field and discover the incredible potential of open science in shaping the future of space exploration. Our speakers include Dr. Chelle Gentemann, Program Scientist for NASA’s Transform to Open Science, Kim Hurst from NASA’s Office of International and Interagency Relations, and Kamran Naim, Head of Open Science for CERN.
Throughout the forum, we’ll discuss a range of topics, including the benefits of open science for collaboration and discovery, the challenges and opportunities of working with international partners, and the incredible feats being accomplished by NASA and CERN using open science to further scientific discovery.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from some of the brightest minds in the field and discover the power of open science in shaping the future of space exploration. Register now to secure your spot, submit your questions, and join us for this exciting event!