Pre-registrations for the CNRS E-Envir 2019 Thematic School "Open data in environmental sciences: concepts and methods of qualification and data sharing in the era of big data" are open.
E-Envir 2019, the first thematic school in a cycle coordinated by the national environmental research infrastructures, will offer a 4-day programme of courses and practical work devoted to acquiring FAIR's knowledge and skills in the management of major environmental science datasets.
The thematic school will be held on the CNRS campus in Gif-sur-Yvette from October 28th to 31st , 2019, and is designed for researchers and engineers in environmental sciences, ecology, and agronomy involved in the development of data portals and/or research programs producing high value-added data.
More detailed information on the thematic school and pre-registration form is available online (pre-registration until 30 June). The organising committee and the scientific council of the thematic school will make a selection if the number of applications exceeds the threshold of 40 participants, including 25 CNRS agents. Final registrations will be open from July 8th.
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