Register Now: Earthworm Course - Summer 2021 Online

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Kimberly Demarest

May 26, 2021, 2:46:59 PM5/26/21
Dear Friends,

Register now for ISTI's popular Earthworm Course! We have some seats
available and encourage you to sign up well before the 5 July

ISTI's 2021 Earthworm Online course can help anyone setting up,
managing, tuning, or developing for an Earthworm system.

We will be providing an expert’s insight into the EW system (a
cross-platform open-source regional automatic seismic processing
software system). You will learn tricks and tips from our decades of
experience operating and programming Earthworm. You will learn how to
set up regional automatic earthquake detection with the latest release
of Earthworm.

**A full-length class overview is now available under the Overview
section of the class page (see button)**

We encourage you to sign up as soon as possible due to a limited class
size. You can do this by completing our short registration/contact

Date: July 19 – 23 and 26 – 29 (9 days at 4 hrs./day).

Start time: TBD. (To the extent possible, we take into consideration
time zones of registered students; start times of 9AM EDT or 1PM EDT
are likely possibilities).

(9 days) 4-hour-long Zoom sessions Monday through Friday one week, and
Monday through Thursday another week; times TBD.

Online. (a link will be sent in advance to join the class).

The content will be the same as for our usual 4 1/2 day course, but
will be broken into shorter days. Four-hour course days allows
students a manageable schedule. It gives students from various
timezones access to the course with minimal impact to their late night
schedule and allows everybody time to stretch, digest the course
material, and tend to their other work for the remaining half of the

Full description:

The course will be taught live by two expert instructors in an online
video conference format using Zoom. We will share screens to deliver
PowerPoint presentations on one screen and show running and
configuring Earthworm on another screen. If students need assistance,
they can share their screens, allowing instructors while the whole
class benefits from watching the fix. (Breakout rooms are also used
for individual help.)

It is suggested to have a computer with two displays to get the most
out of the course. You should be able to run Earthworm on your

There will likely be scheduled some optional social online meetings
before or after the course so that attendees can get to know attendees
from other organizations and share related or unrelated topics.

5 July 2021

Register as soon as possible here:

Stefan Lisowski & Paul Friberg
Instrumental Software Technologies, Inc. (ISTI)
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