NASA Europa Challenge 2015

Kodiak A World Bridge™ Team Wins NASA Europa Challenge!

The Kodiak Island Borough School District’s A World Bridge™ team was announced winner of the prestigious NASA Europa Challenge on Friday, July 17, 2015 at the FOSS4G Conference in Como, Italy. Congratulations to a most incredible, inspiring work - the Global Earthquake Forecast System Project, and is the first high-school level team to compete. The Team is grateful for the new opportunities provided at the conference.

Europa Award

Left to right: OSGeo President Jeff McKenna; Bob Bishop-CEO, Centre for Earth Simulation, Geneva; Patrick Hogan, NASA Ames Research Center, Trillium Learning President Ron Fortunato and the Kodiak World Bridge Team

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NASA Europa Challenge 2015 Trophy (photo credit Phil Davis)


About the NASA Europa Challenge - For 2015, the Kodiak A World Bridge™ team submitted a proposal for programming real-time pre-earthquake data on NASA Web World Wind. The following link includes the current website with that GEFS application, code and project information:

Kodiak GEFS World Wind App

Kodiak Europa Challenge Website

GEFS GUI


Future Europa Challenges will be represented by statewide, national and international collaborative  World Bridge teams. 

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