Thread: FREE Online Intro Scientific Computing/Seismology Course

Started: 2022-05-05 14:51:20
Last activity: 2022-05-05 14:51:20
Michael Hubenthal
2022-05-05 14:51:20
Faculty, please announce this FREE summer opportunity to your students!

The Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) will offer a FREE online workshop for undergraduate students (e.g.... computer science, geophysics, geology, earth science, math, physics, engineering, etc.) that want to develop scientific computing skills while exploring the field of seismology. New for 2022, graduate students will also be admitted! The goals for the workshop are to increase participants'...

Knowledge, skills, and interest in seismology and scientific computing (e.g. Linux, GMT, SAC, Python/Obspy, Jupyter Notebooks),
Self-efficacy in using seismic data, and
Competitiveness in the application process for graduate school, summer internships, or professional jobs.
Based on previous workshops, participants should expect to invest approximately 5-6 hours per week including participating in the weekly webinar (or watching the recording). At the end of the workshop participants will receive a performance report/certificate to include in their professional portfolio.

Registration Closes on May 22, 2022
Learn more and register at: https://www.iris.edu/hq/workshops/2022/01/ssb_3

"Because the workshop was so well developed, the activities were interesting and well guided. The professors were always very helpful and the communication was always good. Thanks!” - 2020 Participant

"I loved how flexible the workshop was. I was able to work and complete another class online while completing it and I didn't feel like I had to set aside a lot of time for it. It was set up really well and I found it extremely helpful and interesting." 2021 Participant

Best Wishes,
Michael


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Michael Hubenthal
Senior Education Specialist
IRIS Education and Outreach
"Advancing awareness and understanding
of seismology & geophysics while inspiring
careers in Earth science"
607-777-4612
www.IRIS.edu



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