vEGU21: MacGyver session for innovative and/or self made tools to observe the geosphere

Marvin Reich mreich at gfz-potsdam.de
Fri Jan 8 08:22:58 UTC 2021


Dear developer enthusiasts!

If you have any new scientific software or hardware development created
during the last year or which you always wanted to share with the
community: start 2021 promising and submit an abstract to this great,
innovative and well-known EGU MacGyver Session!

https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU21/session/39103
<https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU21/session/39103>

Session description:

The MacGyver session focuses on novel sensors made, or data sources
unlocked, by scientists. All geoscientists are invited to present:
- new sensor systems, using technologies in novel or unintended ways,
- new data storage or transmission solutions sending data from the field
with LoRa, WIFI, GSM, or any other nifty approach,
- started initiatives (e.g., Open-Sensing.org) that facilitate the
creation and sharing of novel sensors, data acquisition and transmission
systems.

Connected a sensor for iPhone to an Arduino or Raspberri Pi? 3D printed
an automated water quality sampler? Or build a Cloud Storage system from
Open Source Components? Show it!

New methods in hydrology, plant physiology, seismology, remote sensing,
ecology, etc. are all welcome. Bring prototypes and demonstrations to
make this the most exciting Poster Only (!) session of the General Assembly.

This session is co-sponsered by MOXXI, the working group on novel
observational methods of the IAHS.


We are looking forward to your contributions!

On behalf of the MacGyver Convener Team

Marvin Reich

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Marvin Reich
Helmholtz Centre Potsdam
GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
Section Hydrology
Raum 2.21, C 4
Telegrafenberg
14473 Potsdam, Germany
Tel: +49-331-288-1599
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