This June 2 through June 6 ISTI will host another of our popular Earthworm training courses. Earthworm is the most popular open source earthquake data acquisition and location processing system. Originally developed by the USGS, it is now maintained and moved forward by a group of developers that ISTI organizes.
The basic course will cover:
- Configuration tips,
- Archiving and Playback of data,
- Data exchange,
- Visualization tools and post-processing with SEISAN,
- Tuning for Earthquake Location and Magnitudes and
- Programming new modules
In addition, new for this version of the course, we will provide a tuning session for anyone that wants to bring their network’s Earthworm configuration to the course. We will show you how to playback your data and tune the earthquake location engine.
The course will be taught by Paul Friberg and Stefan Lisowski who have a combined experience with Earthworm of over 24 years!
For a comprehensive overview of the course and additional information on travel and accommodation, click here.
Contact ISTI for availability as the course is limited to 12 participants.