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[Met-jobs] Second Announcement: ICOS-NEON Carbon training workshop 2015

From Nadine Schneider <>
Date Fri, 13 Mar 2015 16:22:05 +0100

Dear all,

please find the second announcement of the ICOS-NEON Carbon training workshop 2015 attached.
Feel free to distribute the flyer to suitable candidates.

I would like to draw your attention to the extended deadline (22 April 2015)
and the updated speakers list.

Thanks a lot and I apologise for any cross-posting of this email.
Kind wishes, Nadine

Second Announcement:

2-12 June 2015
Observatoire de Haute-Provence, France

This 10-day course will train early career scientists 
(including advanced PhD students, postdocs, and Junior Faculty) 
in the discovery and use of in-situ data to address emerging issues 
in carbon cycle science including atmospheric science, 
biogeochemistry and ecosystem science. 
World-class scientists will provide hands-on instruction in the use of 
‘big data’ from the ICOS and NEON observatories while discussing 
the frontier of carbon science and promoting the discovery of
new research opportunities.

Speakers include: 
  • Steve Wofsy, Harvard, US
  • Euan Nisbet, RHUL, UK 
  • David Lowry, RHUL, UK
  • Hank Loescher, Neon Inc., US
  • Marcel van Oijen, CEH, UK
  • Eric Ceschia, CESBIO CNES, France
  • Phil DeCola, Sigma Space, US
  • Andy Fox, NEON, US
  • Christina Staudhammer, University of Alabama, US
  • Greg Starr, University of Alabama, US
  • Rebecca Koskela, DataONE, US
  • Philippe Peylin, LSCE, France
  • Sara Vicca, Uni Antwerp, Belgium
This workshop is an initiative of the joint EU-US project COOPEUS
22 April 2015 with statement of interest plus CV and letter of support

Inspiring early career scientists including advanced PhD students, 
postdocs, and Junior Faculty to use “big data” to address continental 
to global scale emerging issues in GHG science. 

There is no registration fee; shared lodging and meals are offered free of charge.

Basic computer programming skills and elementary knowledge of the present-day carbon cycle.
Knowledge of computer environment, at least one scientific programming
language (e.g. R, Matlab, Fortran, ...) and elementary knowledge of the
present-day carbon cycle. Participants need to be sufficiently proficient in English.


Attachment: CarbonWS2015-announcement_v2.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document

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