Are you based in Potsdam or Berlin at an institution of the Geo.X network? Are you PostDoc or PhD student? Are you keen on GIS, software development, and programming? If yes, you might like to participate in the Hackathon on visualizing the output of landscape evolution models (LEMs).
Output from LEMs is multidimensional. In fact, it is +4D: three dimensions in space, one in time, and several variables that change over time in space. This makes comparing and visualizing output from LEMs quite difficult. In this hackathon we will attempt to find solutions to this challenge. We will organize in teams to develop solutions and to rapidly prototype software.
Interested? Then apply here. We have only 15 seats and the deadline for application is on Wednesday, December 20, 2017.