Training Course: Quantitative Analysis of Marine & Coastal Drone Data

Join Duke Marine Lab UAS for Summer Session #1, Quantitative Analysis of Marine & Coastal Drone Data, covering aspects of quantitive analysis including photogrammetry, deep learning, and habitat classification. Taking place from May 13th to June 6th 2020, this session will be held virtually through digital lectures and labs. This summer session is open to both current Duke students, non-Duke students, and anyone else with a professional interest in the topic.

Apply for this session now.

Date published: 2020/04/29

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Duke Marine Lab's Summer Session #1 will take place from May 13th to June 6th 2020, held virtually this year. This summer session is open to both current Duke students, non-Duke students, and anyone else with a professional interest in the topic. Registration for all is now open as of April 28th. Those with an interest in applying who are not currently Duke students can get more information about registering for summer sessions here.

This session will cover different aspects of quantitive analysis, including photogrammetry, deep learning, and habitat classification, and participants will learn through a combination of virtual lectures and labs.

Apply for this summer session now to secure your spot.

A second session will be announced for registration soon. Visit the Duke Marine Lab UAS twitter for future details.

Learn more about Duke University's summer sessions here.

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