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About the workshop

This virtual workshop is a continuation of the NOAA series of workshops on “Leveraging AI in Environmental Sciences.” The third event continues the successes of previous workshops and encourages participation by scientists, program managers, and leaders from the public, academic and private sectors who work in AI and environmental sciences. The theme for this year’s workshop is “Transforming Weather, Climate Services, and Blue Economy with Artificial Intelligence.” This year’s workshop is led by the NOAA Center for Artificial Intelligence (NCAI), a program in the formulation stage.

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Michael Taylor

ASRC Federal
Director NOAA Programs & EMOSS-VI PM
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Mike Taylor has over 40 years’ experience in the aviation and space flight fields supporting multiple NASA and NOAA satellite missions in various capacities. He has a B.S in Professional Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He began his career as a U.S. Air Force, Air Traffic Control (ATC) Operator in the late seventies and worked in satellite operations and engineering in the eighties to mid-nineties. Then, worked as an ATC system Tester and Test Manager on an FAA contract in the mid to late-nineties. He joined ASRC Federal in 1999 and worked at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) before starting as the Engineering and Mission Operations Support II (EMOSS-II) Program Manager (PM) in 2006. He continues as the EMOSS-VI PM with a staff of over 60 personnel who provide spacecraft and ground system engineering services to fulfill NOAA Office of Satellite and Product Operations (OSPO) mission objectives for all current and future NOAA satellites.
Mike and his wife Cindy Taylor have been married since 1979. They have lived in the Laurel, Maryland area for over 40 years. Cindy works as a Quality Engineer at NASA GSFC. Mike and Cindy are the proud parents of son, Brian who is an IT Security and Computer Networking Teacher for the Howard County, MD public high school system’s Applications and Research Laboratory, and daughter, Kaitlin who works as a Board Certified Applied Behavioral Analyst to help educate young children in the Boston, Massachusetts public school system. Mike and Cindy have a granddaughter, Charlotte Case, born Dec. 28, 2021 who is the daughter of daughter, Kaitlin Taylor and son-in-law, Collin Case.
Monday, September 13
 

8:00am MDT

9:00am MDT

10:45am MDT

12:15pm MDT

1:00pm MDT

4:00pm MDT

 
Tuesday, September 14
 

8:30am MDT

11:00am MDT

12:15pm MDT

4:00pm MDT

 
Wednesday, September 15
 

8:30am MDT

11:00am MDT

1:30pm MDT

4:00pm MDT

 
Thursday, September 16
 

8:30am MDT

11:00am MDT

2:00pm MDT

4:00pm MDT

 
Friday, September 17
 

8:30am MDT

9:30am MDT

12:30pm MDT

 
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