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NSRG Geological image processing with python workshop

Updated: Nov 25, 2020

On the 19th November 2020 the NSRG undertook its first workshop. The topic covered the processing of geological images using Python and was run by Dr. Joe Kington, a structural geologist turned software developer in the USA.

The workshop was open for both members and non-members of the NSRG and consisted of two parts. The first part saw participants working with the same data set, whereas in the second part they were allowed to play around with their own data. The workshop was aimed at students and early career researchers who had some familiarity with python and are beginning to apply it to their own work.

The video below is a recording of the entire workshop, for access to the tutorial data please click here.

In all, about 50 participants joined the event from around the world. This included students, researchers and industry workers from the Philippines, India, Pakistan, Egypt, Italy, Germany, Norway, UK, Canada, and the USA!

The NSRG would like to thank Joe for his time and effort in helping us arrange this workshop and we look forward to arranging more in the future!

The NSRG committee would also like to acknowledge and thank all of our sponsors who made this workshop possible and freely available for the attendees!


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