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David Moroni

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center
Applied Sciences System Engineer
Pasadena, CA
David is an Applied Science Systems Engineer with nearly 15 years of experience at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) working on a plethora of projects and tasks in the realm of cross-disciplinary Earth Science data, informatics and open science platforms. Relevant to this particular session, one of David’s tasks is to support the MAIA mission’s Early Adopters of pre-launch, simulated data on behalf of NASA’s Applied Sciences Program, which being coordinated by Abbey Nastan, who serves as the Deputy Program Applications lead assigned to MAIA. The first 14 years of David’s career has been in the realm of data stewardship and data publication support on behalf of the PO.DAAC project, including 3.5 years of experience leading the Data Publication Team. David has since transitioned into a new leadership role as the Project System Engineer (PSE) for the joint NASA/ESA Multi-Mission Algorithm and Analysis Platform (MAAP) project, which is an open-
science platform running in the AWS cloud environment supporting the production and analysis of NASA and ESA biomass datasets. Preceding this new role, David served for 1 year as the PSE for a rapid High-End Computing (HEC) prototyping project to provide interoperability and portability for Jupyter notebook algorithms running on MAAP to also be able to interchangeably run jobs on NASA’s HEC supercomputing infrastructure. David has also been serving as the co-chair of the ESIP Information Quality Cluster (IQC) since 2015.