Community is part of our culture.
We host regular and special events to build community and share knowledge among researchers who are engaged in environmental synthesis and data science.
NCEAS Presents Our 2023 Artists in Residence Exhibition
Contemplate the Intersection of art and science with the exhibit of the final works of UC Santa Barbara's National Center of Ecological Analysis and Synthesis' 2023 Artists in Residence, muralist Leila Youssefi and textile artist Bonnie Peterson. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will be served. Art + Science Gallery 1021 Anacapa Street 3rd floor, 805-893-2500 5-8 PM, Sept 7, 2023
Environmental Data Science (EDS) Summit
Environmental Data Science (EDS) is a growing field of interdisciplinary approaches to investigating and answering environmental questions with modern data science tools. The field is broad, diverse, and expanding. The goals of this annual Summit are to build community and foster collaboration within the Environmental Data Science community.Learn more about the annual Summit
Advancing Ecology and Environmental Data Science for a More Just and Equitable Future Seminar Series
Speakers in this series will share their research approaches and findings as they relate to the intersections of ecology, environmental data science, equity, and environmental justice.Learn more about these events
NCEAS 25th Anniversary Fall Seminar Series
In celebration of our 25th Anniversary we convened a series of presentations and panel discussions showcasing how our big-picture, solutions-oriented approach leads to transformational scientific discovery.Learn more about these events
Future of Synthesis Workshop
February 17-18, 2021 Workshop Event exploring future directions and opportunities for synthesis in ecology and environmental science and setting a research agenda for synthesis ecology in the next decade.Learn more
Roundtable is a weekly series of informal presentations and discussions on a wide variety of topics related to current work happening at NCEAS. Roundtables are open to the public, but are often geared toward a scientific audience.Learn more
R-Ladies Santa Barbara
We host a regular gathering of women, minority identities, and allies to network and develop skills in R, a coding language scientists are increasingly using to analyze and organize data.Learn more