This 1-week training workshop is aimed primarily at early career scientists
including advanced PhD students, postdocs, and junior faculty. Using ‘big data'
from the ICOS and NEON large networks of observatories will be addressed.
Sessions will rely largely on hands-on use of data and models,
and interactive discussions with speakers.
09 June 2014 with motivation letter plus CV and letter of support
There is no registration fee; shared lodging and meals are offered free of charge for participants.
A very limited number of Eastern European candidates can apply for TTORCH travel support.
PREREQUISITES FOR PARTICIPATION
Basic computer programming skills and elementary knowledge
of the present-day carbon cycle.
Nadine Schneider (email@example.com)
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