OPENSENSE training school on software and methods for data processing from opportunistic rainfall sensors
Where: The training school will take place at the Campus of Tel Aviv University.
When: October 10th – 12th 2023 (potentially with an additional excursion on October 13th October).
Who is it for: Young researchers (PhDs, Postdocs, etc) or professional (e.g. from meteorological or hydrological services) who actively work with hydrometeorological data.
Who is eligible: Participants have to be affiliated with a COST Member country or a near-neighboring country (NNC). More details are provided on page 60 of the Annotated rules for COST Actions.
What content will be covered:
- Open datasets of rainfall OS and their newly established standardized data formats.
- Software tools for CML, PWS and SML data processing.
- Methods for quality control and processing of the OS data full workflow – from raw data to derived rain products.
What will the format of the workshop be: We plan two days of hands-on exercises and one day in which we’ll concentrate on mini-projects where participants can work on their own ideas and data, or on selected small research questions that we propose.
What cost will be covered: OPENSENSE will reimburse all costs for travel, accommodation and daily allowance under the COST guidelines.