Basic Training for SeisComP in new Version 5: Potsdam, Germany, 4 - 7 October, 2022

Dear SeisComP community,

Our next very popular Beginner Training for SeisComP will for the very first time introduce SeisComP in the new version 5 with lots of new features!

Location: gempa offices, Potsdam, Germany
Dates: 4 - 7 October, 2022

This Beginner Course is perfect for new SeisComP users who wish to get quickly started with a productive SeisComP system. You may register now.

In this training you will learn operating SeisComP from us - the main developers of this wide-spread OpenSource software package for real-time earthquake monitoring.

Training topics include:

  • Introduction to characteristics of SeisComP.
  • Setup of a full SeisComP system from scratch, installation of the latest SeisComP release and future updates.
  • Generation of station information including responses.
  • Setup of the data acquisition, storage and distribution using SeedLink and FDSNWS.
  • Configuration of the automatic and interactive data processing modules through the graphical user interface and by command-line tools.
  • In-depth introduction and application of graphical user interfaces for data analysis.
  • Data management utilities.
  • Tuning of SeisComP for local, regional and global earthquake monitoring including waveform processing, automatic phase pickers, event locators and associator.
  • Application and tuning of magnitudes.
  • Hands-on training with focus on application of interactive data analysis, real-time playbacks, off-line playbacks and hands-on tuning.
  • Customization of graphical user interfaces (GUIs).

Read the complete list of topics on our website.

The training is highly hands-on oriented and very intensive. You get to learn and to practice actively at all times. Therefore, the registration to the training is open to everyone but limited to a maximum of 8 persons.

You may find all further details including registration online in the announcement of the course . More trainings will be announced online.

See you soon in Potsdam!

Dirk Roessler and the team of gempa