The Workshop is fully booked. You may complete the registration to be placed on the waiting list. Working Workshop 2018 - Python and Julia for Geophysics


The workshop will take place in Houston on August 8-11, 2018

Workshop Objective
Groups of two or three participant will be formed at the working workshop to implement geophysical algorithms in Python. The algorithms may be a translation of an existing seismic processing program or something completely new. You can create geophysical data plotting tools or work on a interpretation problem using machine learning. The common theme is programming in Python. You may be inspired by reading tutorials in The Leading Edge. These articles all provide Geophysical programs in Python notebooks. Come with your own idea or listen to idea presented by others. Create a small group and work on the project for three days. Share your project at the end of the workshop in a lightning talk (a five minute presentation). You're likely learn new skills, get some new ideas, meet some new people that will help you in the future.

Participants are expected to bring laptops with the software they will use create a tutorial during the workshop. Wifi internet access will be available.

This working workshop hopes to provide a forum for geophysicist to learn, contribute, and network.

Application
The workshop participation is free but requires an application. Space is limited. The application deadline is August 1, 2017. This is the application form.

There is more information at http://www.ahay.org/wiki/HoustonWW_2018
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