I am happy to announce that Départ de Sentiers (DdS; https://www.d-d-s.ch/) is organizing an autumn school October 24-28 in Switzerland focusing on the use of open source software and open data for life cycle inventory data manipulation. There will be models on adding spatial and temporal information to datasets, including spatial disaggregation of trade; constructing hybrid databases including uncertainty; and constructing prospective databases including outputs from energy system models. There will also be 2.5 days for group work (groups of 4-6 people; each group will have a dedicated assistant). The school will be held at a seminar hotel in the hills, and offers an intense but very productive environment to dive deeply into the material.
The brochure available at the link below provides prices, registration details and deadlines, and other information. Feel free to contact me if you have questions.