European WRF-Hydro Tutorial Pre-Survey
This application is meant to gauge participant interests, background, and technical experience to better tailor our training to participants.
Prior hydrologic and/or atmospheric modeling experience is required.
Applicants should be comfortable working in a UNIX environment, running Unix command line operations and text editors. Familiarity with the R and/or Python programming language is recommended.
This course will take place at University of Calabria, Rende (Cosenza) Italy during the week of 15-19 June 2020
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Please describe your background and/or primary professional interest (e.g. Student, hydrologist, atmospheric scientist, forecaster etc.)
Please indicate your level of experience with hydrologic models
I have never used a hydrologic model
I use hydrologic models occasionally or did at some point in the (distant) past
I am a regular user of hydrologic models
I am a developer of hydrologic models
If you are a regular user or developer of hydrologic models, please specify the models:
Have you used WRF-Hydro before?
How do you intend to use WRF-Hydro?
What subjects of this training are you most interested in?
Walking through the process of setting up a project from start to finish
Hands on activities working through compilation and experiments
What would you like to take away from this training ?
Have you worked on a parallel/high performance computing platform before? If yes, please describe.
What type of computing system will you be working with WRF-Hydro on (laptop, desktop, HPC, not sure)?
Our online training materials and model code are written in English. What level of proficiency with the English language do you have?
Fluent in English as a second language
My native language is English
Please indicate your level of experience working in Unix/Linux environments?
I've never worked with Unix
I login occasionally for a specific task
I routinely work in Unix/Linux for daily tasks
I use Unix/Linux for code development and/or instruct others on its use
Please indicate your level of experience working with GIS
I have never used GIS
I have used GIS occasionally for specific tasks
I use GIS for daily tasks
I am a GIS developer
Please indicate your level of experience working with the R programming language.
I have never worked with R
I use R occasionally
I routinely use R in daily work
I develop R packages or am actively involved in the R community
Please indicate your level of experience working with the Python programming language.
I have never worked with Python
I use Python occasionally
I routinely use Python in daily work
I develop Python packages or am actively involved in the Python community
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