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Volcano-climate interactions of explosive versus flood lava eruptions
Introduction and workshop Python
Python is a programming language largely used in science and technology., it is easy readable, relatively easy to learn and build on a large community of users.
Open lab Ångström
Welcome to Open Lab, where you can come and see the Ångström Visualisation Lab
Excel som ett verktyg i vetenskapliga studier
This workshop is for you, who want to learn more about Excel.
PREPARING FOR FLOODS - Lunch seminar with visiting professor Hannah Cloke
All are welcome to this first lecture by our new visiting professor Hannah Cloke!
TouchCast – shoot, edit & share
TouchCast is a videoprogram for Ipad and Iphone that enables you to shoot, edit and share films and videos. Use the program with green screen, insert power point presentations, maps or webpages and create interactive presentations.
At the workshop we will go over the basics of the program and try out recording with green screen and editing in the program.
Open access – true or false?
Publishing works and research data open access in order to share results and cooperate with colleagues throughout the world is becoming the new norm in scholarly publishing.
En kvart över med Andreas Korn: The Galaxy in 3D with Gaia Sky
Welcome to a lecture in Uppsala University Library's series "En kvart över". Listen to Andreas Korn, senior lecturer at the Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, when he demonstrates Gaia Sky at Ångström Visualisation Lab.