Call for lightning talks for Aarhus-2019 workshop

There will be one session of lightning talks (max. 4 minutes each) on the afternoon of the last day (May 24 Friday). So the talk givers should note the time when planning their travels. Important: These talks will be strictly limited to four minutes. If you want to showcase your own model, data, or research, please participate the poster session instead.

What: I quote @timtroendle and @stefan.pfenninger: For example, you could spread the love for some tool, library, or unknown but valuable feature of a library; you could keep everyone updated with developments in open science; or share a success story where open science made an impact.

How: Propose your lightning talk by replying to this post below with your name and talk title.

How do I know if the proposal is accepted: This depends on the time we have for this session. While detailed workshop program will be published soon, the preliminary plan is one hour.

Deadline for proposals: May 21st, which is the day before the workshop.

Contact: PM @Hailiang_Liu

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Oleg Lugovoy (EDF.org): Energy systems modeling in R

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Mathieu Saurat (WI): OSeMOSYS python code (hopefully) made easier to use using OOP.
The code and Jupyter notebook available here: https://bitbucket.org/k07b470n/osemosys_python_oop/src/master/

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