Thread: Sign up now: 3-Day Earthworm/AQMS Course @ San Francisco, CA: Dec. 4 – 6

Started: 2019-07-17 09:22:28
Last activity: 2019-10-07 13:27:29
Topics: Other Meetings
Hi All -

We have heard your requests for both EW and AQMS training and are excited
to announce the first 3-Day AQMS/ Earthworm Course @ San Francisco, CA on 4
– 6 December 2019. This runs just prior to AGU.


What is AQMS??

AQMS stands for ANSS (Advanced National Seismic System) Quake Monitoring
System. AQMS is currently used by the United States regional seismic and
volcano networks, and since the port of the back-end database to
PostgreSQL, organizations outside the ANSS have started to acquire and use
it. One big reason for this is the manual picker called Jiggle.

AQMS' primary input is Earthworm event output. Catalogs of triggers and
events are stored in replicated Oracle or PostgreSQL databases, and are
visible on duty review web pages. AQMS provides rapid magnitude
computation, Me and ML, as well as providing Shakemap amplitude generation.
Regional Moment Tensors are automatically computed. Alarming modules can
run automatically or after human post-processing in Jiggle, the graphical
Java re-picker.


This course will be useful to anyone managing or tuning an Earthworm system
or trying to rapidly get up to speed on AQMS.

In the course, we will be providing an expert’s insight into the system.
You will learn tricks and tips from our decades of experience operating and
programming Earthworm and AQMS. You will learn how to set up regional
automatic earthquake detection with the latest release of Earthworm and
learn how AQMS can be used for post-processing.

Day 1 Earthworm – Administration & Troubleshooting
Good for beginners, also good as a refresher for those feeling a
little rusty with configuration.
Day 2 Earthworm – Location and Magnitude Tuning
Tuning using student’s data (bring your own if you want!) and sample
data sets provided by ISTI.
Day 3 AQMS – Administration & Tuning
If you are unfamiliar with AQMS, this is your chance to learn how
visualization and post-processing works with the system

We will cover:
+ Real-time AQMS integration from an Earthworm system
+ Rapid magnitudes and amplitudes from AQMS
+ Metadata loading and use by AQMS – StationXML and Dataless
+ Data archiving modules for events and subnet triggers
+ Alarming – how AQMS sends out notifications and PDL injections
+ Post-processing with AQMS – considerations for Jiggle use and tips


2019 3-Day Earthworm/AQMS Course @ San Francisco, CA: Dec. 4 – 6
http://www.isti.com/3-day-ew-aqms-course-in-san-francisco-pre-agu/

We encourage you to sign up as soon as possible due to limited seating.
Contact ISTI for availability as the course will have limited
participation. Note: If you’d like to learn something specific, please
contact us in advance and we will attempt to address your interests.
http://www.isti.com/contact/contact-us/

~Your friends at ISTI

  • Hi All,

    There are still a few seats left at the 2019 3-Day Earthworm/AQMS
    Course @ San Francisco, CA: Dec. 4 – 6. However, seats have been
    filling.

    Interested? Please contact us at
    http://www.isti.com/about/contact/contact-us/ and let us who plans to
    attend from your organization.
    Full details may be found here:
    http://www.isti.com/services/training/earthworm/3-day-ew-aqms-course-in-san-francisco-pre-agu/.

    Kind Regards,
    Kimberly

    On Wed, Jul 17, 2019 at 9:22 AM Kimberly Bail <kimberlybail<at>isti.com> wrote:

    Hi All -

    We have heard your requests for both EW and AQMS training and are excited to announce the first 3-Day AQMS/ Earthworm Course @ San Francisco, CA on 4 – 6 December 2019. This runs just prior to AGU.


    What is AQMS??

    AQMS stands for ANSS (Advanced National Seismic System) Quake Monitoring System. AQMS is currently used by the United States regional seismic and volcano networks, and since the port of the back-end database to PostgreSQL, organizations outside the ANSS have started to acquire and use it. One big reason for this is the manual picker called Jiggle.

    AQMS' primary input is Earthworm event output. Catalogs of triggers and events are stored in replicated Oracle or PostgreSQL databases, and are visible on duty review web pages. AQMS provides rapid magnitude computation, Me and ML, as well as providing Shakemap amplitude generation. Regional Moment Tensors are automatically computed. Alarming modules can run automatically or after human post-processing in Jiggle, the graphical Java re-picker.


    This course will be useful to anyone managing or tuning an Earthworm system or trying to rapidly get up to speed on AQMS.

    In the course, we will be providing an expert’s insight into the system. You will learn tricks and tips from our decades of experience operating and programming Earthworm and AQMS. You will learn how to set up regional automatic earthquake detection with the latest release of Earthworm and learn how AQMS can be used for post-processing.

    Day 1 Earthworm – Administration & Troubleshooting
    Good for beginners, also good as a refresher for those feeling a little rusty with configuration.
    Day 2 Earthworm – Location and Magnitude Tuning
    Tuning using student’s data (bring your own if you want!) and sample data sets provided by ISTI.
    Day 3 AQMS – Administration & Tuning
    If you are unfamiliar with AQMS, this is your chance to learn how visualization and post-processing works with the system

    We will cover:
    + Real-time AQMS integration from an Earthworm system
    + Rapid magnitudes and amplitudes from AQMS
    + Metadata loading and use by AQMS – StationXML and Dataless
    + Data archiving modules for events and subnet triggers
    + Alarming – how AQMS sends out notifications and PDL injections
    + Post-processing with AQMS – considerations for Jiggle use and tips


    2019 3-Day Earthworm/AQMS Course @ San Francisco, CA: Dec. 4 – 6
    http://www.isti.com/3-day-ew-aqms-course-in-san-francisco-pre-agu/

    We encourage you to sign up as soon as possible due to limited seating. Contact ISTI for availability as the course will have limited participation. Note: If you’d like to learn something specific, please contact us in advance and we will attempt to address your interests. http://www.isti.com/contact/contact-us/

    ~Your friends at ISTI


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