2021 Earth Science Technology Forum (ESTF2021)

The 18th event of its kind hosted by the NASA Earth Science Technology Office (ESTO), ESTF2021 aims to showcase a broad array of technology research and development projects related to NASA’s Earth science endeavors. From May through early July eight virtual sessions will be held on Thursdays.
These 2.5-hour sessions will include a targeted set of technology presentations around an Earth science theme, followed by a panel discussion.

Todays topic: Earth Surface Deformation and Change

Panelist Presentations:

  • An Automated Smart Tasking System to Support NASA Urgent Response – Cathleen Jones, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Simplified Gravitational Reference Sensors for Future Earth Geodesy Missions – John Conklin, University of Florida
  • Quantifying Uncertainty and Kinematics of Earthquake Systems (QUAKES) Analytic Center Framework – Andrea Donnellan, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Geodetic Reference Instrument Transponder for Small Satellites (GRITSS) – Christopher Beaudoin, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Smart On-Demand Analysis of Multi-Temporal and Full Resolution SAR ARDs in Multi-Cloud & HPC – Hook Hua, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Additional NASA Panelists:

  • Ben Phillips, Earth Surface and Interior Focus Area
  • Pam Millar, Earth Science Technology Office

For more information and registration click here.