Earth Engine Workshop
Oregon State University
May 23, 2018
This workshop is full.
What: Google Earth Engine Workshops (3 sessions). An all-day, 2-part session for new users and an afternoon session for advanced users.
Where: Oregon State University
When: Wednesday, May 23rd, 9:00 - 13:00 (Intro) and 14:00 - 17:00 (Intermediate and Advanced)
Who: These workshops are best suited for researchers that are already familiar with some form of Earth observation / remote sensing data analysis techniques.
Cost: Free, but space is limited, so there's a chance we won't be able to accommodate everyone and signup is required.
Session 1A: 9:00 - 13:00 EE-101: A hands-on introduction to Google Earth Engine
This session will start with an overview presentation of "What Is Earth Engine", followed by a hands-on workshop that takes participants through the basics of getting up and running with Earth Engine. You will learn how to perform complex, large-scale tasks such as time-series compositing and supervised classification using the Earth Engine API and interactive development environment.
If you've never attended an Earth Engine Workshop or if you're new to using Earth Engine, this is the session for you.
Session 1B: 14:00 - 17:00 EE-102: Intermediate Earth Engine topics
This session will expand on the morning's introduction with a deeper dive into topics such as optical and radar data fusion and multi-temporal compositing and classification. This session is designed to be suitable for anyone that's already taken the 101 session, including new users.
Session 2: 14:00 - 17:00 EE-201: Advanced Earth Engine topics
This session will dive into several advanced Earth Engine topics including advanced visualizations, multi-dimensional arrays, spectral unmixing and harmonic fitting to a time-series of imagery (phenology). Only users already familiar with Earth Engine for some time should sign up for the advanced topics workshop.