Accelerate your data analysis skills and launch new collaborations through this hands-on multi-day workshop focused on data from the Biogeochemical Argo global float array.

Attendees will generate research ideas utilizing GO-BGC/BGC Argo float data and start working on projects as teams.  This will be an active experience designed to familiarize participants with float data analysis techniques, illustrate scientific applications of float data, facilitate collaboration among diverse participants, and develop new tools for data analysis.

The workshop is designed for in-person participation due to the collaborative nature of the projects, however some content may be recorded. Participants are expected to attend all three days of the workshop.

Workshop participants will be staying in the student dorms at UMass Boston.  Rooms will be single occupancy with private bathrooms. Your room, breakfast, and lunch for the workshop will be covered as part of the GO-BGC NSF Grant.

No prior coding experience necessary.

Workshop applications are now being accepted.

Evaluation of applications and travel award requests will begin May 20.

This workshop funded by NSF Grant #1954678.