Environmental System Science Program
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ESS-Dive Community Data Workshop

Virtual two-day workshop on ESS-DIVE data management, review, submission, sharing, and new features.

Funding Opportunity Announcement: Integrated Computational and Data Infrastructure for Scientific Discovery

Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research announces its interest in funding research and development projects to create an advanced Integrated Computational and Data Infrastructure (ICDI).

Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program 2021 Solicitation 1

The DOE Office of Science SCGSR program is now accepting applications for the 2021 Solicitation 1. Applications are due Wednesday, May 5, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. Eastern time. 

Virtual SSRL-EMSL Workshop: Spectroscopy and Modeling for Molecular Insight into Environmental Processes – January 26, 2021

Virtual half-day workshop from SSRL and EMSL to encourage and provide help in getting started with the use of theory and modeling in the interpretation of EXAFS/XAS data.

ESS Program Manager Position

The Earth and Environmental Systems Sciences Division within DOE’s BER announces its intent to fill a Physical Scientist GS-13/14 position (Program Manager for Environmental System Science).

Call for White Papers on AI for Earth System Predictability

DOE BER EESSD has issued a Call for White Papers to Advance an Integrative Artificial Intelligence Framework for Earth System Predictability: AI4ESP.

Seventh Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds (ICRW7)

The ICRW7 will be held virtually November 16–19, 2020. This year’s theme is “Enhancing Landscapes for Sustainable Intensification and Watershed Resiliency.”

Amanzi-ATS Team Wins R&D 100 Award for Environmental Simulation Code

Researchers supported by DOE Environmental System Science program have earned a prestigious R&D 100 Award for developing the Amanzi–Advanced Terrestrial Simulator (ATS).

New Environmental System Science Program Merges TES and SBR Programs

ESS advances an integrated, robust, and scale-aware predictive understanding of terrestrial systems and their interdependent biological, chemical, ecological, hydrological, and physical processes.

Interagency Workshop Report on Integrated Hydro-Terrestrial Modeling Now Available

Report outlining opportunities for coordinating water-related data and modeling capabilities across multiple federal agencies has been released.