After the very popular Tool Time session last year, we decided that Tool Time 2 was a necessity! Join us for all the latest in coding and software tools to make exploration, interpretation and data manipulation faster, simpler and more integrated.

Speakers:

  • John Bryant, Open Geospatial Specialist, Mammoth Geospatial – "QGIS: Using the Geoscience plugin to generate cross sections"
  • Assistant Professor Lindsey Heagy,  University of British Columbia, and Craig Miller, Senior Volcano Geophysicist, GNS Science – "Simulating and inverting geophysical data with SimPEG"
  • Tim Hall-Johnston, GeoClerk Lead, Searcher Seismic – "Improving search with GeoClerk"
  • Kate Wathen-Dunn, Data Scientist, Geological Survey of Queensland – "Accessing data from GSQ’s Open Data Portal using the API"
  • Michael Rodda, Founder at Caldera Analytics, Caldera Technology – "Showcasing how open file data can be used in python"
  • David Armstrong, Data Scientist, Geological Survey of Queensland – "Streamlit – Turn Python scripts into apps"
  • Wenping Jiang, Senior Geophysicist: Magnetotellurics, Geoscience Australia – "Trans-dimensional Monte Carlo code for 1D inversion of audio-frequency magnetotelluric data"
  • Kirill Kousoubov, Senior Software Engineer, World Food Programme – "Geo-registered Xarrays with 'odc-stac' and 'odc-geo' in Python"
  • Vincent Dinh, Director / GIS Specialist, GIS Pro – "Raster processing and geological mapping with ASTER"

About GSQ-UQ Webinar Series 2022

Welcome to the 2022 Series of the The Geological Survey of Queensland and The University of Queensland (GSQ-UQ) webinar, a collaborative series of webinar and workshops.

Jointly curated by Professor Rick Valenta, Deputy Director – Production, Sustainable Minerals Institute, and Dr Helen Degeling, Director of Minerals Geoscience for the Geological Survey of Queensland, Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, the main goal of the series is to find new ways to support the minerals industry in Queensland, think about new techniques, and help define new and exciting targets.

See past webinars from previous years