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Home ITCOocean Seaglider Fundamentals and Data Analysis under Ocean Mixing and Monsoon (OMM) programme

Training Course
on
"Seaglider Fundamentals and Data Analysis" under Ocean Mixing and Monsoon (OMM) programme
during July 18-21, 2017
Organized by
International Training Centre for Operational Oceanography (ITCOocean)
ESSO-INCOIS, Hyderabad, India


List of selected candidates for Training Course on "Seaglider Fundamentals And Data Analysis Under Ocean Mixing And Monsoon (OMM)" to be held at INCOIS during 18 - 21 July 2017       Brochure - Brochure-Seaglider Fundamentals and Data Analysis under Ocean Mixing and Monsoon (OMM) programme



Overview:

The course provides an overview on Seaglider (an autonomous underwater vehicle, used to measure various oceanographic parameters along a desired track) fundamentals, piloting, data quality control and interpretation.

Aims and Objectives

  • To provide an introduction and overview of Seaglider fundamentals and data analysis

Learning Outcomes

  • Experiment design using Seaglider
  • Seaglider data QC and analysis
  • Interpretation of Seaglider data

Target Audience

  • Those who are experienced in Seaglider data analysis
  • Those who have long experience with ocean instrumentation/data analysis

Course pre-requisites:

Candidates should have a working knowledge of ocean instrumentation, ocean data analysis from in-situ platforms and preliminary knowledge in seaglider. Working knowledge of English

Course Fee and Financial support:

There is no course fee charged for the training course. The participants are expected to make their own travel arrangements. Accommodation will be provided at the Hostel inside the INCOIS campus for selected candidates.

Course Dates :

July 18-21, 2017

Last Date to recieve application

July 10,2017

Venue :

Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS)
Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India,
"Ocean Valley", Pragathi Nagar (B.O), Nizampet (S.O)
Hyderabad - 500 090, INDIA

Faculty Members :

  • Prof. Craig Lee, Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA
  • Dr. James Bennet, Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA

ITCOocean Coordinator:

A Certificate of Participation will be issued to all successful students.

Acknowledgment

Ocean Mixing and Monsoon (OMM) programme is funded by National Monsoon Mission, Ministry of Earth Science (MoES), Government of India.