to register for short course along with conference registration please visit the registration page.
Tuesday, 13 November 2018
Wairakei Resort, Taupo
8:30am – 3:30pm
Python is a computer programming language that helps scientists and engineers automate a range of data analysis, visualisation and modelling tasks. This one-day course will introduce you to the basics of programming, analysis and visualisation of data (text files and Excel workbooks), concluding with the development and analysis of some simple (lumped parameter) geothermal models. No prior experience is required and activities will be pitched to a range skill levels.
Course requirements: Participants must bring with them their own laptop with Python already installed
Additional materials will be supplied at the workshop. Minimum enrollment of 10ppl. Registrants do not have to attend NZGW in order to register for this short course.
$350 Standard Registration
$200 Student Registration
*morning tea and lunch will be provided
Dr David Dempsey joined the University of Auckland Engineering Science Department in 2015. Prior to that, he worked on renewable energy and natural hazard problems at Los Alamos National Laboratory and Stanford University. David completed his PhD at the University of Auckland in 2012, studying the relationship between faults and geothermal systems in the central North Island.