Online Seminar Series
The APSIM Initiative is pleased to be able to provide an online seminar series.
Since the announcement of the cancellation of the APSIM Symposium and Advanced Training Workshops, we have been working on alternate avenues for delivering the planned event. We have decided not to proceed with the event online but provide alternative training in 2021. We are hopefully we can offer an in-person event in 2022.
Given the requests for online training, we have decided to proceed with seminars delivered as recorded videos. Approximately, every 3-4 weeks, we will be uploading a newly recorded seminar. We will also provide a link to a GitHub Issue which can be used to comment and/or ask questions on the video. Depending on the nature of the questions, these will be answered there or an additional video will be recorded.
At the moment, these are the seminars we anticipate to offer this year.
|Peter deVoil||Crop Rotations (APSIM 7.10)|
|Dean Holzworth||APSIM Next Generation – update on new developments|
|Jeremy Whish||Setting up Weather Files|
|Graeme Hammer||APSIM development and the nature of crop models (and modellers) needed for applications|
|Enli Wang||Soil carbon (and N) modelling|
|Val Snow||Livestock Modelling|
|Adam Liedloff||Overview of CLEM|
|Neville Hermann||Setting up Weather Files|
|Neil Huth||Model Parameter sensitivity|
|Hamish Brown||Crop production|
|Jonathan Ojeda||Variance decomposition|
|Peter deVoil||How to write manager scripts|
You can find the first seminar here (recorded in two parts):
If you would like to ask any questions on the video content, please utilise this GitHub Issue:
Further information on GitHub can be found here: GitHub
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org