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FARR Research Opportunities for Advancing AI-Readiness in Earth Sciences

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    Daniel S. Katz
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    Dear colleagues,
    The FARR (FAIR in ML, AI-readiness, and Reproducibility) Research Coordination Network is supporting efforts to increase AI-readiness in earth sciences communities (farr-rcn.org ). As one aspect of its activities, FARR is inviting proposals for focused, limited-term efforts to advance some aspect of AI-readiness in an earth sciences domain. Proposals should be for 1 year or less and must clearly describe expected outcomes (e.g., written document, conference presentation, community event, etc.) and how success will be measured. Applications must be US citizens or permanent residents.
    Successful applicants will receive support from FARR in the form of a $2,500 honorarium directly to the lead (not through an institutional subcontract). Projects co-led by an established scientist and a student or early career scientist (within 10 years of final degree) can receive two $2,500 honoraria. Early career applicants are strongly encouraged.
    Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until funds are committed, with the first round of reviews beginning February 21, 2024. Approximately 10 awards are expected in the current year. Please contact ***@***.***-rcn.org with any questions.
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    This work is supported through the NSF award #2226453 .
    -Dan
    on behalf of the FARR RCN core team


    Daniel S. Katz
    Chief Scientist, NCSA
    Research Associate Professor, CS
    Research Associate Professor, ECE
    Research Associate Professor, iSchool
    University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
    (217) 244-8000
    ***@***.*** or ***@***.***
    https://danielskatz.org

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