The eScience Center offers a range of free workshops and training courses, open to all researchers affiliated with Dutch research organizations.
They organize workshops covering digital skills needed to put reproducible research into practice. These include online collaboration, reproducible code and good programming practices. The eScience Center also offers more advanced workshops such as GPU Programming, Parallel Programming and Deep Learning.
Upcoming workshops in November
This workshop covers the basic concepts and tools needed to program Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) using Python and CUDA.
Date: 2 November, 09.30 – 17.00 CET
Format: in person, Amsterdam (unless new COVID-19 restrictions are put in place)
More information and registration: visit the workshop page on Eventbrite.
Introduction to Geospatial Raster and Vector Data with Python
This workshop introduces a set of tools from the Python ecosystem and shows how to use them to perform practical geospatial data analysis.
Date: 21 – 23 November, 09:00 – 13:00 CET
More information: visit the workshop page on Eventbrite, registration opens on 31 October
Upcoming workshops in December
Introduction to Deep Learning
This hands-on workshop gives an introduction to deep learning for researchers who are familiar with the basics of (non-deep) machine learning.
Date: 5 December, 09:00 – 13:00 CET
More information: visit the workshop page on Eventbrite, registration opens 14 November
Best Practices in Research Software Development (CodeRefinery)
“Best Practices in Research Software Development” workshops introduce practices, tools and skills used in research software development.
Date: 12 – 15 December, 09:00 – 13:00 CET
More information: visit the workshop page on Eventbrite, registration opens 21 November
Read more on the eScience Center Training & Workshops page or get an overview of what’s coming up on the Events page. To get notified when registration opens, follow Netherlands eScience Center Digital Skills on Eventbrite.
Participating in the eScience workshops is equivalent to 1-2 ECTS points, depending on the duration. You can email email@example.com after attending the workshop to request a certificate of participation.