The Geo-Computation and Environmental Analysis Workshop is a 5-day immersion workshop focused on developing key skills required for advanced spatial data processing.
The course will be led by Giuseppe Amatulli Ph.D., Geospatial researcher in the School of Forestry, and Mr. Jacob Bukoski, Ph.D. student at University of California, Berkeley.
Students will be guided through the use of a command line interface using advanced open source data processing routines for geo-computation in Linux environment.
Aimed at researchers and professionals with a keen interest in spatio-temporal data analysis and modeling, this course sets the basis for follow up courses in how to use of High Performance Computing in the area of geo-spatial science.
Attendees should have:
- Solid basic computer skills
- A strong interest on geographical data analyses
- Laptops, with a minimum of 4GB RAM and 30GB free disk space, will be required.
- Previous experience and understanding in Geographic Information Systems and light scripting is helpful although not necessary.