We are pleased to announce an introductory workshop on ObsPy on 6 and 7 September 2012 followed by a developing sprint on 8 September 2012 held at the Swiss Seismological Service at ETH Zurich. A topical outline for the 2 days is given below. The topics discussed during the workshop may be subject to slight changes depending on the interest and background of the participants.
Since we are planing a hands-on session on both days we will have to restrict the number of participants per day. Preference will be given to people who want to present their work with/around/using ObsPy and/or that want to take part in the ObsPy developing sprint following the workshop. Participation at the workshop is free but providing your own funding for travel and accommodation as well as bringing your own laptop will be required.
If you are interested please write an email to Yannik Behr (behr at sed.ethz.ch) with your full name, affiliation and ideally a few words about your state of Python/ObsPy knowledge. You can also add suggestions for topics that you are particularly interested in regarding Python and seismological processing. Deadline for registering interest is 24 August 2012.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the workshop.
================== Program =========================
==== 1st day =====
Introduction to Python