The first two days will focus on basic training, and the last two will cover more advanced topics such as a full day of system administration.
The course will follow a theme, so we recommend that you attend the full course, especially if you are not familiar with dispersion modelling.
There will also be time during the second part to get consulting on your own projects.
The course will be held in English.
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The preliminary course plan covers the following topics
Basic part (Tuesday-Wednesday):
- Indico Presentation basic features
- Indico Validation
- EDB basic features
- Dispersion basic features
Advanced part (Thursday-Friday):
- Indico Presentation advanced features
- EDB advanced features
- Dispersion advanced features
- System administration
- Home project consulting
Interested in attending the course?
We have now opened up for registration. To help us make an early assessment if we get enough people attending, we will use an early bird system. That means that if you register for the course before the 26th of June, the cost will be reduced.
If you register before the 26th of June:
£2500 for one part (i.e. just the Basic part or just the Advanced part) or £4000 for the full course.
If you register later than 26th of June:
£3000 for one part, or £4500 for the full course.
Meals are included in all fees.
To register for the course, please send an e-mail to Christian Asker detailing which parts you want to attend, by latest 4th of September.
We reserve the right to cancel the course if we do not get enough registered attendees by the 4th of September. In that case, you will get a notification in an e-mail and all registration fees will be refunded. However, SMHI takes no responsibility for any other fees.