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reprocompgeo 2017 : AGILE 2017 Pre-Conference Workshop on Reproducible Computational Geosciences

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Link: http://o2r.info/agile-2017/
 
When May 9, 2017 - May 9, 2017
Where Wageningen, The Netherlands
Submission Deadline Mar 19, 2017
Notification Due Apr 5, 2017
Categories    reproducible research   computational geosciences   reproducibility   geo
 

Call For Papers

The AGILE 2017 pre-conference workshop on Reproducible Computational Geosciences will take place for the first time on May 9.

You are invited to submit an abstract (~1000 words) before March 19.

This being the first such workshop in the context of AGILE, the workshop organizing committee welcomes a broad range of topics, including abstracts on reproducibility research challenges and concrete case studies, as well as abstracts addressing archiving, educational or legal aspects of reproducibility in the geosciences.
All abstracts will be reviewed, and accepted abstracts will be presented and discussed during the half-day workshop on May 9.

The organizers are looking forward to your submissions on this important topic!

More information on the workshop and the call can be found on the workshop website:

http://o2r.info/agile-2017/

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