gempa GmbH, Potsdam, Germany
We are again announcing our very popular Basic Training for SeisComP. This Beginner Course is perfect for new SeisComP users who wish to get quickly started with a productive SeisComP system. You get to learn about SeisComP from us - the main developers of this wide-spread OpenSource software package for real-time earthquake monitoring.
This will be our first regular training where we introduce SeisComP in version 5 to the community.
ONLINE Training - Adaptation to the Covid-19 situation:
As travelling may be restricted during the course period and your health is of highest priority to us, this training will be held as an online training with a virtual classroom. Following tutorials on a monitor for a long time is very demanding. We therefore reduce the daily amount of hours to 4 including short breaks.
The training covers the following topics:
Included free of charge:
Please contact us if you wish to add your own topic.
The training is highly hands-on oriented and very intensive. Trainees get to learn and to practice actively at all times. Therefore, the registration to the training is open to everyone but limited to a maximum of 8 persons. It will be held at gempa offices in Potsdam, Germany. See the training page for more information and the goals of the course.
15 - 26 March, 2021, 08:30 - 12:30 local time in Potsdam (no training on Saturday and Sunday)
At this early time the dates and training hours may be adjusted to match your needs and time zone. Contact us!
This training will be totally online through our own web training server! We sit at our gempa offices in Potsdam, Germany and train you wherever you are.
The course fee including all taxes due in Germany is 1,904 € per participant - for commercial and non-commercial institutes or companies.
Register now for this training using the contact form below or contact us by e-mail providing your full name with affiliation and address.
Participants bring their own computer with a modern Linux installed and access to internet. We recommend to choose Linux distributions with Long-Term-Support (LTS). Alternatively, we can provide Linux in a Virtual Machine (VM) for which the participant must have VirtualBox installed. The participant will receive the VM about one week before the start of the training and is responsible for the testing and functioning on the computer.
The course fee does not cover costs for accommodation, boarding and transportation.