If you work in the humanities with digital technologies or are considering digital approaches to humanities research, please join us for the Digital Practices in the Humanities Workshop (DPHW) in Oxford, on Thursday 21st June 2018 from 10am-5pm, at the Oxford e-Research Centre.
by Raniere Silva, Software Sustainability Institute.
When EuroSciPy 2016 was announced, I told to myself that I need to attend it. The first reason was to compare it with SciPy Latin America 2016, whose organisation I helped with last March, and be able to provide suggestions to both events in 2017.
PhD Candidate, Geography and Environment & Institute for Complex Systems Simulation, University of SouthamptonInterests
Extracting quantitative data from satellite images, atmospheric correction of satellite data, open-source software in GIS and Remote Sensing, reproducible researchResearch
My research focuses on quantitative remote sensing: that is, extracting quantitative measurements in real-world units from satellite images. I am interested in the whole process, from original data collection, through pre-processing, processing and creation of output…