King’s College London is organising a workshop focusing on the fundamentals of low-cost sensor technology and its potential use in environmental research.
The workshop is practical driven, with participants building and testing their own sensor. The workshop is aimed at beginners, so no prior experience is need and the workshops are not troubleshooting opportunities for more experienced users. The workshop is free for NERC-funded students/researchers and is aimed at PhD students and Early Career Researchers.
The workshops run over 3 days, once in April and once in May. Applicants are only required to attend either the April or May workshop and have a preference in choosing their session.
More information and the link to apply can be found here: https://environmentalsensorhub.org/training/fundamentals/.