Workshops

GLEON Student Association (GSA) Monday Workshop at G19 All Hands' Meeting

The GSA is organizing a day-long workshop “Communicating Science: visually and vocally” for Monday, 27 November 2017 at the Mohonk Mountain House. Tentative topics include:

  • Morning session: Graphing techniques in R using GLEON buoy data
  • Afternoon session: Communicating science to different types of audiences  

Stay tuned for more details.

Machine Learning Workshop

This workshop on Monday, 27 November 2017 (times TBD) will survey machine learning techniques that have possible applications to limnology, such as neural networks and random forests. As much as possible, techniques will be discussed with actual ecological data. We will use hands-on exercises with R showing how to apply these techniques. Attendees should bring a laptop.

Carbon/Natural Organic Matter (NOM) Challenge: Disinfection By-Product Concerns for Drinking Water Workshop

A workshop is being organized by NYC Department of Environmental Protection on the Carbon/Natural Organic Matter (NOM) Challenge: Disinfection By-Product Concerns for Drinking Water, also on Monday, 27 November 2017. Further details, including how to register, will be posted here, as available.

Bayesian Statistics Workshop for graduate students and postdocs after the G19 meeting

As part of the GLEON fellowship program, the GSA is organizing a two-day Bayesian Statistics Workshop for graduate students and postdocs after the G19 All Hands' Meeting, on 2-3 December 2017 at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, NY. Space is limited. Click here for more information. Applications are now closed, and this workshop is full.

 

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