2019 Pangeo Community Meeting

The 2019 Pangeo Community Meeting will take place 21-23 August 2019 at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA.

This year’s meeting will include a combination of plenary presentations, working group breakouts, and unstructured time for collaboration and hands on development.

Meeting Details

  • Dates: 21-23 August 2019
  • Location: Alder Hall, Room 107, University of Washington campus
  • Registration: Registration is now closed.
  • Remote Participation: Plenary sessions will be live streamed via Zoom. Remote participation for the sprints is also encouraged and will be coordinated via GitHub and Gitter during the meeting.
    • Day 1 live stream: Click here (new Zoom link)
    • Day 2 live stream: Click here (new Zoom link)

Code of Conduct

Pangeo values the safety and security of all of our members and, because of that, we will not tolerate any form of harassment or discrimination. All participants are expected to follow the Pangeo code of conduct.

Travel and Lodging Details

We’ll post more details soon but here are a few quick pointers if you’re eager to schedule travel.



Tools Talks


The meeting will start at 9 AM on August 21st and will wrap up around 4 PM on August 23rd. The final agenda is embedded below.


  1. Shima Abadi, University of Washington
  2. Ryan Abernathey, Columbia University
  3. Mattia Almansi, Johns Hopkins University
  4. Anthony Arendt, University of Washington
  5. Philip Austin, University of British Columbia
  6. Shannon Axelrod, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
  7. Norman Barker, TileDB
  8. Anderson Banihirwe, National Center for Atmospheric Research
  9. Aimee Barciauskas, Development Seed
  10. Will Barnes, Bay Area Environmental Research Institute / Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory
  11. Charles Becker, Boise State University
  12. Karan Bhatia, Google
  13. Sarah Bird, Mozilla
  14. Scott Black, Utah State University
  15. Charles Blackmon-Luca, Columbia University
  16. Noah Brenowitz, University of Washington
  17. Deepak Cherian, National Center for Atmospheric Research
  18. Shreyas Cholia, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
  19. Tim Crone, Columbia University
  20. Erin Dougherty, Colorado State University
  21. Rob Fatland, University of Washington
  22. Filipe Fernandes, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration / Integrated Ocean Observing System
  23. Chelle Gentemann, Earth and Space Research
  24. Joe Hamman, National Center for Atmospheric Research
  25. Matthew Hanson, Element 84
  26. Kirstie Haynie, United States Geological Survey
  27. Lindsey Heagy, University of California Berkeley
  28. Kate Hedstrom, University of Alaska Fairbanks
  29. Scott Henderson, University of Washington
  30. Chris Holdgraf, University of California Berkeley
  31. Stephan Hoyer, Google
  32. Spencer Jones, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
  33. Kevin Jorissen, Amazon Web Services
  34. Julia Kent, National Center for Atmospheric Research
  35. Friedrich Knuth, University of Washington
  36. Luke Madaus, Jupiter
  37. Rodrigo Manzanas, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
  38. Brian Mapes, University of Miami
  39. Elizabeth Maroon, National Center for Atmospheric Research
  40. Robin Matthews, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
  41. Jacob Matuskey, Space Telescope Science Institute
  42. Jeremy McGibbon, University of Washington
  43. Thomas Moore, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
  44. James Munroe, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  45. Dan Nowacki, United States Geological Survey
  46. Yuvi Panda, Project Jupyter
  47. Kevin Paul, National Center for Atmospheric Research
  48. Walter Perkins, University of Washington
  49. Matthew Rocklin, NVIDIA
  50. Ariel Rokem, The University of Washington
  51. Mary Romelfanger, Space Telescope Science Institute
  52. Daniel Rothenberg, ClimaCell
  53. Jeffrey Sadler, US Geological Survey
  54. Hillary Scannell, University of Washington
  55. David Shean, University of Washington
  56. Julia Signell, Anaconda
  57. Nicholas Sofroniew, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
  58. Dax Soule, CUNY - Queens College
  59. Dougie Squire, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
  60. Steven Stetzler, University of Washington
  61. Jason Suwala, Hatfield Consultants
  62. Amanda Tan, University of Washington
  63. Dan Wessels, Mesosphere
  64. Siyu Yang, Microsoft AI for Earth
  65. Jiawei Zhuang, Harvard University