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FEATURED STORY

FEATURED STORY

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Current Projects & Programs

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The Innovation Lab works directly with scientists to co-develop solutions to accelerate science using AI and Machine Learning techniques within High End Computing environments both on premise and in the commercial cloud.
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The Data Acquisitions team is responsible for building and maintaining working copies of key satellite datasets that are collocated with compute to facilitate science R & D as well as big data processing.
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The Next Generation Workforce team is responsible for building collaborations both on Center and with external partners including Universities and private companies to ensure that GSFC maintains a competitive workforce.

Key Personnel

  • Dr. Mark L. Carroll, Data Science Group and Innovation Lab lead
  • James Harrington, Minority University-Space Interdisciplinary Network
  • Dr. Nargess Memarsadeghi, AI Center of Excellence Co-lead

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Overview

The Information Science and Technology Research Group offers a unified approach to advance science through the application of advanced analytics including artificial intelligence and machine learning in a high-performance computing environment. We endeavor to accomplish this across disciplines at GSFC by exploiting the python ecosystem of tools, exploring the utility and cost effectiveness of commercial cloud resources, and technologies for integrating these tools to discover crosscutting results. The group also participates in developing the Next Generation Workforce by coordinating EPSCoR opportunities, outreach to under-represented communities, workforce upskilling, and leading the AI Center of Excellence. The ultimate goal of these efforts is to not only maintain the existing workforce but also to build a competitive workforce for the future.

Contact Us

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301.286.9426
Mark Carroll
301.614.6974

General inquiries about the scientific programs at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center may be directed to the Center Public Affairs office at 1.301.286.8955.

                                                                                                                                                                                        
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