ECR Events
UPCOMING EVENTS:

 
We are pleased to announce that the third seminar in the Challenger Society ECR seminar series is by Ella Darlington of National Marine Facilities on “UK Marine Infrastructure and Shiptime Funding Applications.” The seminar will take place on Wednesday 30th March at 3pm and registration is now open at the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/challenger-ecr-uk-marine-infrastructure-shiptime-funding-applications-tickets-300972094637

Dr Ella Darlington is Head of Marine Facilities Programmes at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC). She is responsible for the delivery of scientific research expeditions on the global class research ships RRS James Cook and RRS Discovery, and oversees the National Marine Equipment Pool. Her experience is built on a foundation of scientific research with a PhD in ice-ocean interactions, with field campaigns in the Arctic and Antarctic, followed by project managing the development of data acquisition systems.

In this seminar, Ella will discuss the UK marine infrastructure provided and maintained by the NOC, as well as the process for accessing ships and equipment – especially for Early Career Researchers (ECRs). You can follow her updates on Twitter @efdarlington.

PREVIOUS EVENTS:
Effective oceanographic data analysis with Python Challenger Society Early Career Seminar Series Date: Tuesday 25th January- 10am- 11.30am

About this event
Applying effective data analysis principles can boost your scientific productivity and lead to a more satisfying work experience. In this introductory seminar we will demonstrate these principles for an oceanographic workflow. We will cover directory structure and data flow, managing software dependencies, creating interactive visualisations and state-of-the-art libraries for analysing oceanographic data. We will support users of Linux, Windows and Mac OS. We will provide videos showing how to install the required software in advance. Basic knowledge of using python is useful but not essential.

Biography:

Liam Brannigan did a PhD in physical oceanography at Oxford University along with postdocs at the National Oceanography Centre and the Meteorology Institute at Stockholm University. In recent years he has worked as Lead Data Scientist at Analytics Engines before founding his own company Rho-Signal to deliver data analysis consultancy and training.

D. Gwyn Evans is a Physical Oceanographer at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton (NOCS). He did his PhD at the University of Southampton, followed by postdocs at the University of Southampton and NOCS. Prior to his PhD, Gwyn worked as a research specialist at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series study developing CTD data processing software

This event is organised by the Challenger Society for Marine Science as part of the Early Career Seminar Series 2022.

You can register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/challenger-ecr-seminar-effective-oceanographic-data-analysis-with-python-tickets-243509502477




PAST EVENTS:

IAPSO-IAMAS-IAGAS2017
AMBIO VIII – SAMS
FNES Early Career Research and Teaching Fellow Conference
Challenger Society Conference: DiMS Event 2016
Challenger Society Conference: ECR Event 2014


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