EVENT - Tuesday
LocationGeological Survey Ireland Tom Johnson House (righthand side) Beggars Bush Barracks Haddington Road Dublin D04 K7X4 Ireland
When6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
DSF Meetup with Geological Survey Ireland
Join Data Science Festival – Dublin in partnership with Geological Survey Ireland in July for two great speakers. Shane Carey – Geographic Information Systems Specialist at Geological Survey Ireland and Dr Ted McCormack – Project Lead on the Groundwater Flood Programme at Geological Survey Ireland.
Due to the popularity of Data Science Festival events, we are now allocating event tickets via a random ballot. Registering here enters you into the ticket ballot for the Data Science Festival Event at Geological Survey Ireland on July 23rd 2019, the ballot will be drawn on the 19th July. Those randomly selected will then be e-mailed a Universe ticket for the event, with the joining details.
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6.00pm: doors open
6.30-7:15pm: Shane Carey
7:15-7:45 pm: Break
7:45-8:30pm:Dr Ted McCormack
Shane Carey – “Geo” Data Science – data collection, analyses, processing and visualisation from a geological perspective.
Bio: Shane Carey is a GIS specialist with 10 years of experience in the management, analyses and visualisation of spatial datasets. He has a passion for Open Source technologies, especially those related to the spatial industry.
Dr Ted McCormack – Developing a National Groundwater Flood Map using Sentinel-1 Satellite Imagery
Summary: In recent years, a series of unprecedented flood events have highlighted the need for improved mapping methodologies for groundwater flooding in Ireland. This talk explores processing Copernicus and sentinel-1 satellite data with Python to automate the construction of flood hydrographs. This automation enables the estimation of probabilistic flood mapping which will contribute to the revised national groundwater flood being developed.
Bio: Dr. Ted McCormack is a Chartered Engineer appointed as project lead on the Groundwater Flood Programme in the Geological Survey Ireland. A specialist in the and hydrogeology of karst regions, Ted works alongside the OPW and local authorities to monitor, model and map groundwater flooding in Ireland using both traditional techniques and remote sensing methods.
Address: Geological Survey Ireland
Tom Johnson House (righthand side)
Beggars Bush Barracks