COLUMBUS is offering a free training course on Tuesday 23 January 2018 (1pm-6pm) at the Crowne Plaza Hotel – Le Palace in Brussels, Belgium. Training will include: An introduction to the robust and validated COLUMBUS Knowledge Transfer Methodology; Case studies of successful Knowledge Transfer; and, Considerations on how to improve knowledge management processes.
Capacity building and training
The AZTI & EEAcademy Summer School 2018 will take place from 5 - 7 June 2018 in San Sebastian, Spain.
The title of this event is "Blue Growth: can marine environment support growth maintaining good ocean health?
The event has been announced here: https://twitter.com/aztitecnalia/status/942716097471623171, more information will follow.
This free course will introduce users to the powerful search and retrieval methods available within ENA (European Nucleotide Archive) for annotated sequences, genomes, raw data and metadata, as well as download options from the ENA browser and an introduction to the various ENA browser tools. There will also be a section on cross references and how to retrieve accessions for other resources linked to the primary data in ENA.
The MixITiN project, coordinated by Swansea University, ultimately aims to update the conceptual basis upon which management tools for ocean, seas and coasts have operated. With this goal in mind, the project is seeking to train eleven early stage researchers (ESR) throughout the course of the projects’ duration.
The FOSTER Open Science Training Bootcamp will run from 18-20 April 2018, and will consist mostly of high-intensity, insightful work on several different areas, which will include:
Within the timeframe of the project, COLUMBUS has and will ensure to continue to create measurable value from research investments contributing to sustainable Blue Growth.To do this, it uses its own robust Knowledge Transfer methodology. This has been tested and trialled for a number of marine and maritime sectors, and also piloted by the Belgian funding agency, VLIZ. This training course will introduce attendees to the methodology, provide case studies of its application and outline some further recommendations for ensuring that funded projects reach their potential impact.
The SOLAS Summer School is a biennial, international event that brings together over 70 students and 15 world-leading international scientists, in a variety of fields, for a combination of lectures and practical workshops. It aims to teach the skills and knowledge of the many disciplines needed to understand the nature of ocean-atmosphere interactions and how to link ocean-atmosphere interactions with climate and people. It allows doctoral students and early-career researchers to see how their work fits into the broad canvas of SOLAS, and global change research more generally.
This school is designed in priority for biologists and bio-informaticians (completing a PhD degree or currently post-doctoral fellows, as well as researchers), who wish to learn the bases of network analyses.
A Science@Sea course in multidisciplinary marine science will take place on Thursday 30th November and Friday the 1st December in Cork Harbour and its approaches. This intensive two-day Continuous Professional Development (CPD) course aboard the RV Celtic Voyager is aimed at postgraduate and graduate students of marine-related sciences, technologies and engineering, as well as researchers, industry professionals and educators.
Several workshops will be hosted in Bremen this November, the main focus of which will be the rRNA gene sequence. Serving as the overall main study of the workshops, they will aim to enhance participant's understanding of the gene sequence. This training course explains all necessary steps researchers need to take when performing amplicon-based investigations using the rDNA as a marker gene. The course starts with experimental design, including an overview of relevant sequencing technologies, and the selection and evaluation of primers for the amplification of the rRNA gene.