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Scientific Workshops

#AGU21 Scientific Workshops

Scientific workshops are a great way to advance your science while getting to know your fellow scientists in small group settings

Workshops are open to all AGU Fall Meeting attendees and range between half-day or full-day sessions. Each workshop carries an additional registration fee, with separate rates for students.

Workshop tickets can be purchased in the registration portal through 1 December. No tickets will be sold onsite.
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IN-PERSON SCIENTIFIC WORKSHOPS

  • SCIWS9: NASA Data Made Easy: Getting Started with Synthetic Aperture Radar
  • SCIWS10: Establishing and Sustaining an Undergraduate Research Program
  • SCIWS15: Tech Writing for Accessibility
  • SCIWS16: Machine Learning in Geosciences: Existing and Novel Tools to Mine Geologic Data
  • SCIWS29: Enhanced Access of Distributed Temperature Sensing for Early Career Scientists

  • SCIWS17: Distributed Acoustic Sensing in Earth Sciences: From Novice to Cutting Edge
  • SCIWS19: Using Environmental Data on the Cloud with Open-Source Tools
  • SCIWS23: Large Scale Geospatial Data Analysis and Visualization in R
  • SCIWS24: Successful Publishing in the Geosciences: Essential Skills and Industry Trends
  • SCIWS26: Progresses on High-Performance Computing in Geosciences
  • SCIWS30: NASA Science Proposal Writing Workshop
  • SCIWS33: Voices of Integrating Culture in the Earth Sciences (VOICES)

  • SCIWS35: SME Connect: Building Connections with NASA SMD Science Activation to Share Your Science with All Ages and Audiences

  • SCIWS36: Examining the Ecosystem of Geoscience-Related Infrastructure Careers: "Understanding Geosciences Careers Behind Critical Infrastructure: A Tale of Three Cities - New Orleans, San Francisco, and Chicago" A Three-Part Series of Student-led Workshop Presentations and Town Halls on Increasing the Diversity of the Geoscience Workforce. - Part 1

  • SCIWS37: Examining the Ecosystem of Geoscience-Related Infrastructure Careers: "Understanding Geoscience Careers Behind Critical Infrastructure: A Tale of Three Cities - New Orleans, San Francisco, and Chicago" A Three-Part Series of Student-led Workshop Presentations and Town Halls on Increasing the Diversity of the Geoscience Workforce. - Part 2

  • SCIWS38: Examining the Ecosystem of Geoscience-Related Infrastructure Careers: "Understanding Geoscience Careers Behind Critical Infrastructure: A Tale of Three Cities - New Orleans, San Francisco, and Chicago" A Three-Part Series of Student-led Workshop Presentations and Town Halls on Increasing the Diversity of the Geoscience Workforce. - Part 3

ONLINE SCIENTIFIC WORKSHOPS

  • SCIWS2: Developing Onboarding Courses to Expose the Hidden Curriculum of Graduate School and to Increase Graduate Student Success

  • SCIWS3: Bringing "parachute science" back to Earth to improve remote sensing of biodiversity for all
  • SCIWS4: Applying Earth Observations of Extreme Weather Events in Support of Humanitarian Aid and Sustainable Development

  • SCIWS5: Python for Remote Sensing: Analysis, Visualization, and Workflow for Earth Scientists
  • SCIWS6: Building Quantitative Literacy Through Science, Education, and Art

  • SCIWS7: Tutorial on Ocean Satellite Data Products and Using ERDDAP and R or Python to Access and Work with Satellite Data
  • SCIWS8: Toward an International Critical Zone Network of Networks for the Next Generation Through Shared Science, Tools, Data, and Philosophy

  • SCIWS11: Community Advocacy for Early-Career Scientists: What You Need to Know to Get Started in Evidence-Based Advocacy
  • SCIWS12: Engaging Students in Authentic Learning Experiences Through the NASA ASTRO CAMP® Collaborative Partners (ACCP) Program

  • SCIWS22: Introducing the Community Earth System Model (CESM2) via an Interactive Hands-on Tutorial
  • SCIWS31: Enabling Analysis in the Cloud Using NASA Earth Science Data