Spatial Thoughts is offering a course introducing the Google Earth Engine platform for researchers in the water resource sector, academicians, water managers, and stakeholders. The course will teach participants how to build water-related applications for state and country-wide analysis, mapping, and monitoring. It is a 2-week program with adequate time and personal attention given to all participants to allow each one to learn GEE and strengthen programming skills to solve a wide range of problems.
Prerequisite: Basic Understanding of Remote Sensing Concepts. No programming knowledge is required.
The course shall be held as a live online interactive class offered in six sessions of four hours each over two weeks. Participants are expected to attend all six sessions gain the most skills and earn the employer verifiable course completion certificate.
Monday 18 October, 2021: 6pm-10pm IST (4 hours) - Check Local time
Wednesday 20 October, 2021: 6pm-10pm IST (4 hours) - Check Local time
Friday 22 October, 2021: 6pm-10pm IST (4 hours) - Check Local time
Monday 25 October, 2021: 6pm-10pm IST (4 hours) - Check Local time
Wednesday 27 October, 2021: 6pm-10pm IST (4 hours) - Check Local time
Friday 29 October, 2021: 6pm-10pm IST (4 hours) - Check Local time
Course Pre-work (Self-study, 2-hours)
Session 1: Google Earth Engine Fundamentals (Live Session, 4-hours)
Session 2: Surface Water Mapping (Live Session, 4-hours)
Session 3: Precipitation Time Series Analysis (Live Session, 4-hours)
Assignments (Self-study, 2-hours)
Session 4: Land Use Land Cover Mapping (Live Session, 4-hours)
Session 5: Flood Mapping (Live Session, 4-hours)
Session 6: Drought Monitoring (Live Session, 4-hours)
About the Instructor:
Ujaval Gandhi is the founder of Spatial Thoughts. He has 15+ years of industry experience and is a world-renowned GIS expert. He previously worked at Google and led the Google Earth Outreach team in India, training over 1000 researchers, scientists, and engineers to use Google Earth Engine. During his career, he has trained researchers and practitioners in the water sector from the World Bank National Hydrology Project (NHP), Advanced Centre for Integrated Water Resources Management (ACIWRM), International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and more.
See the full profile at https://spatialthoughts.com/about
Student discounts and scholarships are available. See eligibility criteria and application process.