Collaborative Research: CyberTraining: Implementation: Medium: Cyber2A: CyberTraining on AI-driven Analytics for Next Generation Arctic Scientists

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Collaborative Research: CyberTraining: Implementation: Medium: Cyber2A: CyberTraining on AI-driven Analytics for Next Generation Arctic Scientists Collaborative Research: CyberTraining: Implementation: Medium: Cyber2A: CyberTraining on AI-driven Analytics for Next Generation Arctic Scientists : This project aims to develop Cyber2A, an innovative training program to empower the Arctic science community with advanced AI-driven data analytics and cyberinfrastructure skills to tackle the pressing challenges facing the Arctic. Today, Artificial Intelligence has become one of the most powerful tools to analyze Arctic big data and enable new ways of data-driven discovery. However, training on these emerging topics is largely missing in current undergraduate and graduate curricula, as well as for active Arctic researchers. This project aims to fill this knowledge gap to foster the growth of an Arctic science workforce with strong data science skills through a series of complementary and mutually reinforcing training activities. An Arctic-AI research network will be established for collecting training needs, and for Arctic scientists and AI experts to share ideas, resources, to network with each other, and to experience the latest research advances through our monthly webinar series. Customized training will be provided through both in-person workshops and self-paced learning to broaden the adoption of advanced AI and CI tools in Arctic research. An open competition -- Arctic GeoAI Challenge -- will be launched to attract worldwide talent to develop novel AI solutions for solving a real-world Arctic big data problem. A training the trainers'' workshop will be hosted to support interested faculty and instructors to incorporate the training materials into curriculum and classroom teaching at multiple institutions.
StatusNot started
Effective start/end date3/1/232/28/26

Funding

  • National Science Foundation (NSF): $680,566.00

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