Terrestrial Ecosystem Science. Click to return to home page.
Department of Energy Office of Science. Click to visit main DOE SC site.

Terrestrial Ecosystem Science

Building a Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental System Science: Modeling Frameworks, Data Management, and Scientific Workflows

Report from the April 2015 Workshop

Publication date: November 2015

Background:

To explore the potential for working groups to initiate and guide a more integrated and community-based cyberinfrastructure, the Environmental System Science (ESS) Workshop on Model-Data Integration: Modeling Frameworks, Data Management, and Scientific Workflows was held on April 30 - May 1, 2015, following the ESS Principal Investigator Meeting in Potomac, Maryland.¬† The workshop’s three objectives were to (1) develop requirements for this community-based cyberinfrastructure to ensure enhanced scientific productivity of the community as a whole; (2) identify challenges associated with developing this new cyberinfrastructure using a phased approach guided by project-driven use cases; and (3), given these requirements and challenges, chart a path forward for ESS working groups to lead the phased development of the new cyberinfrastructure.

Suggested citation: U.S. DOE. 2015. Building a Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental System Science: Modeling Frameworks, Data Management, and Scientific Workflows; Workshop Report. DOE/SC-0178. U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science. https://doesbr.org/ESS-WorkingGroups/.

Workshop date: April 30 - May 1, 2015

Download Executive Summary [PDF]

Download Document

2018 ESS Awards Announced

[10/18]

Energy Exascale Earth System Model Released

[04/18]

Related BER Research Highlights

Submit Research Highlight



Search Submitted Highlights

Now Featuring

CESD Strategic Plan 2018

Climate and Environmental Sciences Division (CESD) Strategic Plan 2018 (PDF; 14MB)


2018 in Review


Research Priorities to Incorporate Terrestrial-Aquatic Interfaces in Earth System Models Workshop [06/17]