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We expect the course participants to be familiar with basic statistics, time-series analysis (including spectra and Fourier transforms), programming in R, Matlab or Phyton and general boundary layer meteorology. The successful completion of the course is awarded with 2 ECTS.

A successful application requires a motivation statement and indication of background knowledge in the prerequisites outlined above.

The size of the course is limited to a maximum of 15 participants.

We charge no course fee but participants are requested to cover their travel and accommodation expenses.

Deadline for Application is May 31

Eligibility

We apply a first-come-first-serve policy after evaluation of the motivation statement.

Useful Information

How to reach KIT Campus Alpin: Please click

Time tables
Bus Line 2: Campus Alpin stop: Hammersbacher Fußweg
 Kreuzeckbahn-Campus Alpin-downtown-Klinikum
 Klinikum-downtown-Campus Alpin-Kreuzeckbahn

Accommodation possibilities: Please click


Contact: rainer.steinbrecher@kit.edu
last updated 17/05/2019
by Rainer Steinbrecher

Course Program