Started: 2018-09-17 13:39:59
Last activity: 2018-10-19 14:11:51
Topics: Other Meetings
We've had a few people ask about an Earthworm course around the time of
AGU. If there's enough interest, we will consider running it as a 3-day
intensive course, so we're asking the list here... ANY INTEREST? If so,
please reply via our contact form on isti.com by 1 November 2018.
Earthworm refresher: A quick lesson on the EW basics in case people have
forgotten how the core architecture works and the basic commands
Advanced topics like magnitudes and ground motion values
New tricks e.g. Python, SeisNetWatch
Running NonLinLoc and Hypoinverse with Earthworm
Tuning of participants’ binder and locations
This course will be for folks who have a basic Earthworm knowledge or want
to learn quickly how to lash up a system. Everyone will go home with a
working EW system or a better tuned one if you already have a system
running at your network.
If pre-AGU timing doesn't work for you, ISTI will be holding our popular
annual 5-day course in lovely Saratoga Springs, NY in June of 2019. An
example of that annual 5-day spring course may be found here:
For pricing inquiries, please note your course of interest. We’re looking
forward to hearing from you.
~The Team at ISTI
Kimberly Bail2018-10-19 14:11:51Hi Everyone,
We received a lot of interest in the course and are planning to run it in at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, D.C., on 6 - 8 December 2018, Thursday - Saturday. This will allow for a short break on Sunday just before AGU. Our full ad may be found here: http://www.isti.com/services/training/earthworm/2018-fall-ew-intensive/.
We ask that interested students -- and any colleagues who wish to join -- please *register by 1 November* via our contact form on isti.com: http://www.isti.com/contact/contact-us/.
Thank you in advance for your confirmation of attendance.
The ISTI Team