Useful Information – Berkeley – 2018

Event Location: The course is being hosted at the Berkeley Institute of Data Science (BIDS) at the University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley, CA. BIDS is located in room 190 of the Doe Library on U.C. Berkeley’s campus next to the Memorial Glade. lat/long: 37.8726717, -122.2600023 Accommodation: Attendees can choose from a large range of Read more about Useful Information – Berkeley – 2018[…]

Registration Berkeley 2018

International Summer School: Geo-computation using free and open source software Held at the University of California, Berkeley, the course is being organized by Data Science for the 21st Century (an interdisciplinary, data science training program at U.C. Berkeley), and Geospatial Innovation Facility, (venue at  Berkeley Institute of Data Science). Registration is on a first come, first served Read more about Registration Berkeley 2018[…]

Registration procedure Matera 2018

In order to register, all participants have to: Register here Pay the registration fee 500 EUR or 440 GBP  for Student (including Masters and PhDs). 1000 EUR or 880 GBP for Professional (private & public companies, university Post-Doc and PhD students enrolled in EU institution & International Organizations). Payments can be made via the methods below. PayPal: Read more about Registration procedure Matera 2018[…]

Deep Learning with Python @ Matera 2017

Webinar: Earth Observation Data and Smart Analytic with Python: Tom Jones (Satellite Applications Catapult, Harwell, UK) – Thu. 22 June 2017, 16:00 CET. During this year’s summer school in Matera 2017 Tom Jones will give us a very interesting insight into emerging Deep Learning technology applied to Earth Observation Satellite Data processing. Tom is an Read more about Deep Learning with Python @ Matera 2017[…]

Presentation@Harvard

Dr G. Amatulli presents ‘Big Data meets Geo-Computation’ @Harvard University, Cambridge – info. Big Data meets Geo-Computation: Combining research reproducibility and processing efficiency in high-performance computing By Giuseppe Amatulli, Ph.D. Thursday, May 4th 12:00pm – 1:30pm. CGIS South Building, Room S354. Abstract: In recent years there has been an explosion of geo-datasets derived from an increasing number Read more about Presentation@Harvard[…]

GWmodel R package @ Spatial Ecology

During this year’s summer school in Matera 2017 Dr. Paul Harris from Rothamsted Research will give us a very interesting insight into the R GWmodel package. Introduction to the GWmodel R package In this presentation, geographically weighted (GW) models are introduced. GW models suit situations when data are not described well by some global model, Read more about GWmodel R package @ Spatial Ecology[…]

Rasdaman @ Spatial Ecology

 What’s in store – raster data manager at week 2 of our summer school? This year we’re adding on to the summer school program with a second week of intensive, hands on training on open source GIS software packages PLUS hands on spatial data collection using drones. This program is enriched by our partnership with Professor Peter Baumann of Read more about Rasdaman @ Spatial Ecology[…]

Summer School re-cap week 1

Re-cap of our training on ‘Spatio-temporal data analysis using free and open source software’ Week 1 of Summer School 2016 (#SummerSchool2016) wrapped up on Friday June 10 with an entire day dedicated to Python, demonstrated primarily by Francesco Lovergine. The course, consisting of nearly 30 students, first introduced several other coding languages in the time Read more about Summer School re-cap week 1[…]

Grappolo taking center stage

Grappolo taking centre stage Our very own grid engine cluster computer, Grappolo is featured in the June issue of MagPi (p10-11), a monthly magazine produced by RaspberryPi. The article, Flooding Workshop covers Spatial Ecology’s co-founder, Stefano Casalegno, Ph.D. and the workshop he ran during the annual Environment and Sustainability Day event hosted by the University of Exeter’s Environmental Sustainability Read more about Grappolo taking center stage[…]

Development Fellowship Award Winners

Development Fellowship Award Winners Our upcoming summer school is preparing to launch so we’re especially happy to announce the winners of our Developing Country Fellowships. The fellowship grants participants from developing countries a reduction in tuition fees and is designed to expand learning opportunities for bright and talented students and professionals. The fellowship also effectively Read more about Development Fellowship Award Winners[…]

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