The Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) Data Management System (DMS) and the FDSN are organizing a workshop focused on the management of metadata and time series data from seismological networks. The goal is to enable open data sharing and exchange of ideas between networks in the focus area as well as with the broader global seismological community.
The workshop is immediately followed by a four–day Advanced Studies Institute on Seismological Research.
You must register for each workshop individually.
IRIS, NSF, ORFEUS, IASPEI, KISR.
The objective of the workshop is to assist operators of seismic networks in the generation of metadata that describes their seismic stations. We shall provide training in a variety of areas including; modern seismometry, modern data acquisition systems, digital filtering theory, quality assurance of seismological data, and how modern seismological data are used to study diverse scientific problems as well as monitoring seismicity. The primary goal of the workshop is related to the generation of the metadata needed to describe their networks using the Portable Data Collection Center (PDCC) application. We expect participants to come away from the workshop with all the necessary knowledge to set up and maintain their own database and to link their network to the growing global network for data access.
Network representatives MUST provide a summary of their seismic network and present an Oral Report at the workshop.
Due to the size constraints of our facilities, our class size will be limited to 35 persons. Applicants from Africa and the Middle East will receive priority, as this is the focus area for this workshop.
The IRIS DMS will arrange hotels room and air tickets. Participants will be asked to share a hotel room with one other participant. Upgrades to a single room are possible, but participants would be responsible for the cost difference.
Visas and entry requirements will need to be arranged by the participant.
Letters of Invitation will be sent by the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research.
Mr. Bader Al-Shail (Kuwait)
Mr. Ramaden Mady (Egypt)
Mr. Lukaya N'yombo (D.R. Congo)
Mr. Ahmad Algazo (Jordan)
Dr. Tim Ahern (USA)
Dr. Serif Baris (Turkey)
Dr. Mohammed Al-Salman (Kuwait)
Dr. Abduallah Al-Enezi (Kuwait)
Mr. Waleed Olimat (Jordan)
Mr. Meso Ntsuku (South Africa)
Mr. Calistus Ramotoroko (Botswana)
Ms. Annie Mulowezi (Zambia)
Dr. Reda Abdel-Fattah (Kuwait)
Mrs. Farah Aljeri (Kuwait)
Dr. Parfait Noel Eloumala Onana (Cameroon)
Mr. Umar Afegbua Kadiri (Nigeria)
Mr. Abdala Elmelade (Libya)
Dr. Younes El Fellah (Morocco)
Dr. Hamdi Al-Jumaili (Kuwait)
Mr. Ali Al-Dawood (Kuwait)
Mr. Olufemi Ologun (Nigeria)
Mrs. Juliana RAKOTOMALALA (Madagascar)
Mr. Flemings Msumba (Malawi)
Mrs. Patricia Mavazhe (Zimbabwe)
Dr. Rengin Gok (USA)
Mr. Nicholas Opoku (Ghana)
Mr. Zaid Sulaiman Humaid Al Habsi (Oman)
Dr. Pete Davis (USA)
Prof. Erhardt Wielandt (Germany)
Eng. Ali AlAzmi (Kuwait)
Dr. Stephen Herzog (USA)
Prof. Joachim Wassermann (Germany)
Mr. Rick Benson (USA)
Dr. Abdelaziz KHERROUBI (Algeria)
Mr. Fenitra ADRIAMPENOMANANA NY ONY (Madagascar)
Mr. Salifou Soumana (Niger)
Mr. Bruce Mutegi (Kenya)
Mr. Hussain AlTuibaik (Kuwait)
Mr. Nadeem (Kuwait)
Mr. Sisay Alemayehu (Ethiopia)
Mr. Ahmed Shafeez (Maldives)
Mr. Moad Chikh (Algeria)
Prof. Goran Ekstrom (USA)
Dr. Mary Templeton (USA)
Mr. Reinoud Sleeman (Netherlands)
Mr. Alaa Eishab (Egypt)
Mr. Luciano Tambualsi (Malawi)
Dr. Berna Tunc (Turkey)
Mr. Kent Anderson (USA)
Participants MUST be able to bring their own laptops to the workshop. Laptops are REQUIRED to meet one of the specifics listed below:
There will be no registration fee. Further, financial support is available from IRIS and co–sponsors. Covered expenses may include the costs of air travel, transfer from the airport to the hotel, hotel accommodation (double occupancy), and cost of meals.
January 14–18, 2013
Workshop will be held in Kuwait City, Kuwait.
IRIS is also organizing a four–day Advanced Studies Institute to be held January 19–22, 2013. The meeting immediately follows the IRIS Metadata Workshop.
Registration is now closed
IRIS will notify applicants if their request to attend the workshop is accepted by mid–October, 2012.
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Last updated: 2013-02-01 08:55:31 PST