Skill categories

In order to select organisations able to offer specific skills to balance a consortium, institutions should indicate the skill sets that they are offering to a consortium.  Institutions would tick as many as apply.  Here is an initial list that need to be expanded:

Habitat:

  • Marine
  • Terrestrial / Freshwater
  • Agricultural
  • Natural history
  • Ecology

Computing:

  • HPC
  • Software as service
  • Data management
  • Vocabularies/ontologies
  • LOD
  • Modelling
  • Remote sensing

User interface:

  • Citizen science
  • VREs
  • Visualisation
  • Training/outreach
  • Applied science/policy
  • Publication

Please extend this list as opportunity allows



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Following the initiation of the list CERTH would like to express interest in joining in working teams tackling issues in relation to

- Habitat:

Terrestrial / Freshwater
Agricultural
Ecology

- Computing:

HPC
Software as service
Data management
Vocabularies/ontologies
LOD
Modelling
Remote sensing (major specialty of the author of this note)

- User interface:

Citizen science (Social media mining, Citizen sensor)
Visualisation
Training/outreach
Publication

Upon expression of interest, detailed information may be provided

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith