Data science, analytics and visualization technologies and methods emerge as significant capabilities that address a number of challenges and present new opportunities in improving Earth and Space science data usability. This session will highlight and discuss the novelty and strength of these emerging fields and technologies of these components, and their trends. We invite papers and presentations to examine and share the experience of:
- What benefits they offer to Earth and Space Science
- What science research challenges they address
- How they help transform science data into information and knowledge
- In what ways they can advance scientific research
- What lessons did we learn in the development and infusion of these methods and technologies

Convener: Emily Law | Co-conveners: Simon Baillarin, Thomas Huang, Jens Klump
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 08:30–10:15
Hall X1

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 08:30–10:15 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Emily Law
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Adan Wu
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| Highlight
Ulrich Engelke, Casey Rogers, and Jens Klump
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Johannes Novotny, Eun Young Lee, and Michael Wagreich
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Sebastian Mieruch and Reiner Schlitzer
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Mohammad Zubair, Mohammad Israil, Ernő Prácser, and Szalai Sándor
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David Meyer, Chris Lynnes, Mahabaleshwa Hegde, Kwo-sen Kuo, Christine Smit, Angela Li, and Hailiang Zhang
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Fang Huang, Samuel Barbier, Muriel Andreani, Renbiao Tao, Jihua Hao, Osama Minhas, Kathleen Fontaine, Peter Fox, and Isabelle Daniel
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Matteo Vinci, Alessandra Giorgetti, Alberto Brosich, Maria Eugenia Molina Jack, Maria del Mar Chaves Montero, Elena Partescano, and Alessandro Altenburger
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Stephen Camilleri, Joel Azzopardi, and Matthew Agius
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Pavan Kumar Jonnakuti and Udaya Bhaskar Tata V S