The MAST Summer Webinar is comprised of 6 weekly, interactive sessions, each one hour long. Each week, we'll log into the TIKE Cloud Science Platform and work through a Jupyter Notebook. The Notebooks are designed to teach you how to work on the cloud, with a particular focus on data from the TESS Mission. Topics will include:
- Programmatically accessing data, using APIs
- Cloud computing
- Machine learning
- Exoplanet transits
- Stellar properties: asteroseismology, flares, and rotation
- Transient Phenomena
Since this is an interactive workshop, each session will include at least 10-15 minutes for participants to solve coding exercises. Classes are designed with all skill levels in mind, but you should have at least some exposure to Python to get the most out of the webinar.
Sessions and Topics
Reserve these spots on your calendar now! The final schedule, with topics, will be posted at least 1 month before the event.
Webinars will be recorded, so don't worry if you can't make all of the sessions.
|Break for AAS 244
|*Session 6 is tentatively scheduled. If enough registrants are interested in advanced topics, this session will be used to discuss those topics.
Convert to your local time
The webinar will be run on a weekly basis, on Tuesdays (US/Eastern). We offer three sessions for your convenience, but all sessions will cover the same content, so you only need to attend one. Click on the links below to convert these options to your local time zone.
* This option will only be offered if a sufficient number of people register, so please make sure to follow the link at the top of this page. The final schedule will be available at least 1 month before the event begins.