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GEOSTAT Summer School for PhD students | 13-19 August 2017 | MEDILS Split

Tomislav Hengl-5

The GEOSTAT Split 2017 Summer School will be held this year at the
Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences (MEDILS) Split, Croatia in the
period 13-19 August 2017. MEDILS is an international centre of
excellence for molecular biology and is located in a nature park in a
near proximity of the historic town Split. It has in-house accommodation
and numerous facilities including its own park and sport facilities.

The registrations are now open. To register for this Summer School
please visit:

https://geostat-course.org/2017

This summer school is limited to 55 participants. In the case of higher
number of registrations, applicants will be ranked based on (1) their
contribution to the FOSS, (2) academic output, (3) distance to the venue
and (4) time of registration. The registrations fees are usually around
550 EUR (invoice will be sent after registrations). Registration fees
cover costs of using facilities, lunch and coffee breaks and costs of
travel and accommodation for lecturers. Participants from ODA countries
(employed by an organization or company in ODA-listed country) typically
receive a subsidized price for the accommodation and registration costs.
GEOSTAT makes no profit. All lecturers are volunteers. None of the
lecturers receives any honorarium payment or is contracted by the local
organizers.

This years topics include:
- Application of R+OSGeo tools in: spatio-temporal monitoring,
geostatistical mapping, point pattern analysis, epidemiology...
- Machine Learning methods for spatial and spatio-temporal data,
- QGIS and RQGIS tutorials,
- RMarkdown/Sweave tutorials,
- Visualization of spatio-temporal data,

Lecturers:
- Barry Rowlingson (Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University),
- Virgilio Gomez Rubio (Deparment of Mathematics, Universidad de
Castilla-La Mancha),
- Jannes Muenchow (Department of GIScience, University of Jena),
- Daniel Nüst (Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster)
- Tomislav Hengl (ISRIC - World Soil Information),

Registration deadline is:

- April 15th 2017

hope to see you in Split,

T. Hengl
http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Persons/dr.-T-Tom-Hengl.htm

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Re: GEOSTAT Summer School for PhD students | 13-19 August 2017 | MEDILS Split

Tomislav Hengl-5
MEMO: This is to remind you that the registrations for GEOSTAT Summer
School 13-19 August 2017 | MEDILS Split, will close on:

- 15th of April 2017

To register for GEOSTAT visit:

https://geostat-course.org/2017

PS: Current number of registrations: 44 (this summer school is limited
to 55 participants).

T. Hengl
http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Persons/dr.-T-Tom-Hengl.htm


On 06/03/17 19:58, Tomislav Hengl wrote:

>
> The GEOSTAT Split 2017 Summer School will be held this year at the
> Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences (MEDILS) Split, Croatia in
> the period 13-19 August 2017. MEDILS is an international centre of
> excellence for molecular biology and is located in a nature park in a
> near proximity of the historic town Split. It has in-house
> accommodation and numerous facilities including its own park and sport
> facilities.
>
> The registrations are now open. To register for this Summer School
> please visit:
>
> https://geostat-course.org/2017
>
> This summer school is limited to 55 participants. In the case of
> higher number of registrations, applicants will be ranked based on (1)
> their contribution to the FOSS, (2) academic output, (3) distance to
> the venue and (4) time of registration. The registrations fees are
> usually around 550 EUR (invoice will be sent after registrations).
> Registration fees cover costs of using facilities, lunch and coffee
> breaks and costs of travel and accommodation for lecturers.
> Participants from ODA countries (employed by an organization or
> company in ODA-listed country) typically receive a subsidized price
> for the accommodation and registration costs. GEOSTAT makes no profit.
> All lecturers are volunteers. None of the lecturers receives any
> honorarium payment or is contracted by the local organizers.
>
> This years topics include:
> - Application of R+OSGeo tools in: spatio-temporal monitoring,
> geostatistical mapping, point pattern analysis, epidemiology...
> - Machine Learning methods for spatial and spatio-temporal data,
> - QGIS and RQGIS tutorials,
> - RMarkdown/Sweave tutorials,
> - Visualization of spatio-temporal data,
>
> Lecturers:
> - Barry Rowlingson (Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University),
> - Virgilio Gomez Rubio (Deparment of Mathematics, Universidad de
> Castilla-La Mancha),
> - Jannes Muenchow (Department of GIScience, University of Jena),
> - Daniel Nüst (Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster)
> - Tomislav Hengl (ISRIC - World Soil Information),
>
> Registration deadline is:
>
> - April 15th 2017
>
> hope to see you in Split,
>
> T. Hengl
> http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Persons/dr.-T-Tom-Hengl.htm

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