NASA is offering a 1-day training workshop (Friday 19 May 2017, 9 am – 4 pm) on the SeaDAS, a free, publicly available software developed by NASA which enables users from their standard desktop and laptop computers to process, visualize, and analyze remote-sensing data.
The goal of this workshop is to demonstrate the capabilities of SeaDAS as well as solicit input on future directions for the software package with an emphasis recent Earth observing sensors (e.g. OLCI).
Participants will learn how to use SeaDAS to process, visualize and analyze satellite remote sensing data from the Earth observing instruments supported by SeaDAS. Participants will also be encouraged to provide input to NASA on thefuture development of SeaDAS, specifically:
1) What existing features of SeaDAS could benefit from improvement / enhancement / overhaul?
2) What features are lacking from SeaDAS and would benefit users if implemented?
3) Would a data discovery/ retrieval tool accessible from within SeaDAS be of value to users?
To participate, please complete the registration form and questionnaire below.
The deadline for registration is 31 March 2017
The number of participants is limited to 40, on a first come first serve basis. Participants will be informed about their acceptance no later than 5 April 2017.
The course language will be English and is free of charge.
Participants are requested to bring their own laptops with SeaDAS installed.
Please only register for one training course as both will be running concurrently!