The course is aimed at early career researchers in academic fields as well as the private sector, who have responsibility around environmental analytics and eco system services, both in their operation and development. It is for people who need to access, analyse and curate large amounts of data. There will be a session set aside for each participant to ‘ask the expert’ about their specific needs.

What you will learn: The skills to make informed decisions about appropriate environmental computing infrastructure, systems and tools. Cost: £850 Early bird rate (ends midnight June 30, 2016) then £999 £722 Academic Early bird (ends midnight June 30, 2016) then £849 £595 Student Early bird (ends midnight June 30, 2016) then £699 Delegate package includes: 3 nights’ B&B accommodation in Wolfson College (single room with en-suite); Welcome Drinks Reception; IEA Oxford Summer School Dinner; Guided Walking Tour of Oxford Closing date: September 2, 2016 (Please note that places are limited) This four-day course, delivered by the Institute for Environmental Analytics and Oxford e-Research Centre, aims to ensure that delegates leave being able to make informed decisions about appropriate environmental computing infrastructure, systems and tools. You will receive expert tuition about the right computing infrastructure for your projects, including good data management. It will broaden your horizons on the environmental data available and how they can be transformed into new information and novel applications.  Need more information? If you require further information about this course, please email Vicky Lucas, Training Development & Executive Education at v.lucas@the-iea.org

Booking: http://www.the-iea.org/events/summerschool/

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