Welcome to the CEOS Training Calendar, a shared resource of training events from around the globe.
Here you can find trainings relating to a broad set of thematic areas and geographies offered by CEOS members and associates, the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) members, and other organizations engaged in providing trainings on Earth observations. The primary objective of this calendar is to increase awareness of trainings and connect users with training opportunities to learn more about Earth observations.
Hosted by the CEOS Systems Engineering Office and supported by the CEOS Working Group for Capacity Building and Data Democracy (WGCapD), this calendar continues to grow and we hope you find it useful. Please explore, find training opportunities, and share feedback!
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September 29 October 6 - 11:00 to 13:00 ET and 15:00 to 17:00 ET Since the pre-industrial period, human activities are estimated to have increased Earth’s global average temperature by about 1.1 degree Celsius (IPCC, 2021), a number that is currently in...Details
This two-part, introductory webinar series will provide an overview of NASA resources for monitoring climate change and its impacts. The webinar will define the terminology and the role of Earth observations in climate change assessment, and then provide ...Details
Since the pre-industrial period, human activities are estimated to have increased Earths global average temperature by about 1.1 degree Celsius (IPCC, 2021), a number that is currently increasing by 0.2 degrees Celsius per decade (GISTEMP Team, 2021). Th...Details
Predicting weather phenomenon with reasonable accuracy crucially depends on the Numerical weather prediction with its all components, starting from data assimilation, physical parameterization, numerical integration, post processing, etc. Recent predictio...Details
: This course consists of two phases, Viz., Self Learning phase and Class room contact Phase. Self learning (phase-I): This phase shall start from 04/10/2021, during which participants need not to be physically present at the training centre class room, r...Details
REGISTRARSE 13h a 15h30 Horario Este de EE.UU Fechas: Los días 5, 7, 12, 14 y 19 de octubre Horarios: 10h a 12h30 Horario Este de EE.UU. que viene a ser 16:00 a 18:30 CEST (inglés) 13h a 15h30 Horario Este de EE.UU. que viene a ser 19:00 a 21:30 CES...Details
For years, mapping of crop types and assessment of their characteristics has been carried out to monitor food security, inform optimal use of the landscape, and contribute to agricultural policy. High-quality crop mapping has become a requirement for most...Details
This webinar is part of the new edition of EUMETSAT series of online short courses on data discovery for weather, oceanography, air quality and climate running from October 2021.Details
This session is part of our Masterclass Series The Oceans and Atmosphere: Maritime Meteorology and Climate, strengthening our understanding of the interactions between the ocean and the atmosphere in partnership with the University of Reading and sponsore...Details
For preparing users to data from the next-generation microwave and sub-mm wave missions (Microwave Sounder MWS, Microwave Imager - MWI and Ice Cloud Imager - ICI) on-board Metop-SG satellites, EUMETSAT is offering a User Preparation Webinar on 11-12 Oct...Details