Training Program in Environmental Systems Modeling
Our research group offers a range of distance courses in Numerical Modeling of Environmental Systems, which are offered by the Center for Distance Learning at UFV - CEAD. The creation of these courses is a reflection of our experience of 12 years in extension training in environmental modeling, and labor market projected for the coming years.
The objective of this training program is to train professionals who will work quickly in the area of numerical modeling of environmental systems, including basic and advanced training on the subject. The target audience ranges from undergraduate and postgraduate doctors to have graduates who are interested in modeling. All members of our research group must have gone through this training program, or have similar qualifications.
Courses Available are:
Basic course in Linux
Course Fortran Language Programming
Course on Scientific Visualization by Means of Language NCL
Course Introduction to Modeling of Atmosphere-Biosphere Interaction
Basic course in LinuxPresents basic concepts and intermediate Linux operating system, as a prerequisite for courses in programming in Fortran and Scientific Visualization. Hours: 30 h Target Audience: Undergraduate and postgraduate any Brazilian universities who are interested in modeling environmental systems and are unable to perform this learning in their institutions,...
Course Fortran Language ProgrammingCovers from basic concepts of programming in Fortran to advanced concepts like using build scripts and Makefile. Requires knowledge of Linux. Hours: 30 h Objectives: At the end of the course, the participant should be able to: understand the history of computing and have notions about hardware and software, write and interpret...
Course on Scientific Visualization by Means of Language NCLAdvanced course to use the key features of NCL (NCAR Command Language) scripts in for mapping, graphics and data processing in 4 dimensions (x, y, z, t). Ideal for processing image files in netcdf format (the standard used by the IPCC) or hdf (standard used by NASA). Extremely efficient processing of results of environmental models, satellite images and GIS in general. Requires knowledge...