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Unmil Karadkar <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 16 Apr 2015 09:17:49 -0500
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iSamplES - The Internet of Samples in the Earth Sciences
in conjunction with JCDL 2015, Knoxville, TN, June 24-25.

Participation and submission details on workshop web site: 
https://razor.ischool.utexas.edu/~unmil/iSamples-JCDL2015/index.php

Important dates:
Proposal submission: May 15 (posters, demos, works-in-progress, position 
papers, research reports)
Acceptance notification: May 24
Camera ready copies: June 15
Workshop at JCDL 2015: June 24, 25.
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The goal of this workshop is to attract an inter-disciplinary community 
of researchers, curators, and practitioners who are interested in 
studying the issues involved in the management of samples, sample 
collections, and sample-based data in the field, in the lab, in 
repositories, in data systems and scientific publications. The intention 
is both to assemble the existing community as well as invite those with 
emerging interests in this area. A secondary goal is to focus the 
attention of the digital libraries community on the tremendous 
opportunities for research in this space and for collaborating with 
researchers in the Earth Sciences.

TheEarthCube <http://earthcube.org/>Research Coordination Network 
(RCN)iSamplES (Internet of Samples in the Earth Sciences) 
<http://earthcube.org/group/isamples>is intended to advance the use of 
innovative cyberinfrastructure to connect physical samples and sample 
collections across the Earth Sciences with digital data infrastructures 
to revolutionize their utility in the support of science. The goal of 
this RCN is to dramatically improve the discovery, access, sharing, 
analysis, and curation of physical samples and the data generated by 
their study for the benefit of science and society as part of the 
EarthCube program.

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