Short Course Registration

Short courses enable you to increase your skills and knowledge in your chosen area of expertise or learn about another. Short courses take place Saturday and Sunday, 10-11 January 2020, prior to the Annual Meeting. Click on a course name to learn more.

All short course/workshop attendees must register and wear a badge/ribbon. Short course/workshop registration is not included in the 100th Annual Meeting registration, and short course/workshop registration does not include registration for the 100th AMS Annual Meeting.

REGISTER FOR A SHORT COURSE ONLINE

Short Course Registration Rates

 

 

By 2 December   After 2 December

Course Name

 

AMS Member

Non-Member

Student Member

Student Non-Member

 

 Member

Non-Member

Student Member

Student Non-Member

A Beginner's Course to Using Python in Climate and Meteorology (2 day (Sat-Sun) Course)

 

$200

$240

$140

$160

 

$240

$280

$180

$200

An Introduction to Ensemble Data Assimilation and the Data Assimilation Research Testbed (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$170

$210

$120

$140

 

$210

$250

$160

$180

Becoming a Great Certified Consulting Meteorologist (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$140

$180

$100

$120

 

$180

$220

$140

$160

Catastrophe Modeling 101 (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$100

$140

$70

$90

 

$140

$220

$140

$160

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for Geoscientists (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$140

$180

$98

$118

 

$180

$220

$138

$158

Setting up a Modern Day Mesonet – a TexMesonet Example (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$145

$185

$105

$125

 

$185

$225

$145

$165

Experimentation and Development of Physical Parameterizations for Numerical Weather Prediction Using a Single-Column Model and the Common Community Physics Package (CCPP) (1/2 day (Sun) Course)

 

$115

$155

$85

$105

 

$155

$195

$125

$145

From Satellite Data to Disaster Response: Every Decision Counts (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$50

$50

$50

$50

 

$75

$75

$75

$75

Integrating NWP System Components Using Container Technology and Cloud Services (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$130

$170

$95

$115

 

$170

$210

$135

$155

Integrating Weather and Climate with GIS Technology Part 1: Desktop and Online Applications (Sat) (1/2 day (Sat) Course)

 

$95/TBD

$135/TBD

$70/TBD

$90/TBD

 

$135/TBD

$175/TBD

$110/TBD

$130/TBD

Integrating Weather and Climate with GIS Technology Part 2: Analyze Data Using Python and Models (Sun) (1/2 day (Sun) Course)

 

$95/TBD

$135/TBD

$70/TBD

$90/TBD

 

$135/TBD

$175/TBD

$110/TBD

$130/TBD

Introducing Podpac, the Easy Way to Analyze NASA and Non-NASA Earth Science Data Via the AWS Cloud (1/2 day (Sun) Course)

 

$115

$155

$85

$105

 

$155

$195

$125

$145

Introducing the Community WRF-Hydro Modeling System an Interactive Hands-on Tutorial (1 day (Sat) Course)

 

$130

$170

$95

$115

 

$170

$210

$135

$155

Introduction to Machine Learning in Python for Environmental Science Problems (1 day (Sat) Course)

 

$210

$250

$150

$170

 

$250

$290

$190

$210

Advanced Topics in Machine Learning in Python for Environmental Science Problems (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$210

$250

$150

$170

 

$250

$290

$190

$210

Machine Learning in Python for Environmental Science Problems Hackathon (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$210

$250

$150

$170

 

$250

$290

$190

$210

AI in Weather Radars (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$115

$155

$85

$105

 

$155

$195

$125

$145

Plotting in Python with Metpy: Gempak-like Plots Made Easy (1 day (Sun) Course)

 

$130

$170

$95

$115

 

$170

$210

$135

$145

The Canadian Climate Data Portal: Providing Canadians with the Climate Data and Information They Need to Thrive in a Changing Climate (1/2 day (Sat) Course)

 

$115

$155

$85

$105

 

$155

$195

$125

$145

 

 

“I often say the Annual Meeting should be on the bucket list of any weather enthusiast or professional in the field of weather, climate, meteorology, and atmospheric sciences.”
—Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd, Past AMS President

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