Thread: AGU ISTI Earthworm Courses, Advanced, Beginner

Started: 2016-10-18 16:23:57
Last activity: 2016-10-18 16:23:57
Topics: AGU Meetings
Kimberly Demarest
2016-10-18 16:23:57
*Sent on behalf of Stefan Lisowski (s.lisowski<at>

Hi All!

This December before AGU, ISTI is confirmed to be running some more of
our popular Earthworm training courses in San Francisco. We have confirmed
enough participants to run the courses; we also have a few spots available
if anyone else would like to join us at these courses.

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. You will learn how to set up regional
automatic earthquake detection with the latest release of Earthworm.

We're breaking up this pre-AGU course into two parts, you can sign up
for 2 days of Basic Earthworm, 2 days of Advanced Earthworm, or all four

Basic Day 1 and 2 (Tuesday 12/6, Wednesday 12/7) will cover

- Installation
- Configuration
- Troubleshooting
- Data exchange
- Visualization tools

Advanced Day 3 and 4 (Thursday 12/8, Friday 12/9) will cover:

- Archiving and Playback of data
- Overview of non-Earthworm manual post-processing systems
ex: Seisan, AQMS' Jiggle
- Tuning played back data for Earthquake Location and Magnitudes

We encourage Advanced participants to bring their own network's data in
MiniSEED, Tankplayer or other formats so the class will all learn from each
individual case.

The course will be taught by Paul Friberg and Stefan Lisowski who have
a combined experience with Earthworm of over 28 years!

Let us know as soon as possible if you're interested in participating
in either or both courses. If we've got enough space we'll let you know the
fee and get you registered.

The course will take place at
Hotel Abri
127 Ellis Street
San Francisco, CA 94102-2109

More detailed information may be found here:

- Stefan Lisowski & Paul Friberg

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