Please join us from the comfort of your home or office for instructor-led, hands-on training on how you can use The Geochemist's Workbench® software to create quantitative models of speciation and surface complexation in aqueous systems.
The workshop will be presented as a fully interactive, instructor-led online meeting for two consecutive half-days, from 08:00 to 11:30 CST (14:00 to 17:30 UTC).
What you will learn. Following a fully hands-on format, you will learn all the ins and out of this advanced toolset. Specific topics covered include:
Prerequisites: There are no advance requirements for this course beyond an interest in geochemistry and a willingness to learn.
The short presentations and example exercises really showcased what the software can do and provided us with an opportunity to test drive the software.
– George A., Environmental Engineer, USA
Thank you very much for the workshop. It was intense but very, very clear and useful.
– Samantha Y., Stanford University
I was very impressed with the GWB Fate and Transport course in Johannesburg. It was well presented and very informative. I would recommend the course to any of my peers. Thank you, Brian and Craig!
– Altus Huisamen, Geo Pollution Technologies, Pretoria
The workshop will be presented by Brian Farrell and Jia Wang. Brian and Jia are Geochemists at Aqueous Solutions LLC, makers of The Geochemist's Workbench®.
Space is limited, so sign up early. The workshop fee is US$199 until February 4, or $249 after that date.
A registration may be transfered to another participant at no charge, and is fully refundable until 30 days before the workshop. Liability in the event of workshop cancellation or other eventuality is limited to refund of the registration fee.
Plan to enjoy this online workshop from the comfort of your own home or office! We will use a secure video conferencing platform that allows participants to ask questions, share their screens, and generally interact with the instructors and other participants.
Please plan to join the online meeting room from 14:00 to 17:30 UTC, or:
We will take periodic breaks between instructional units over the course of each meeting.
Please expect an email containing a meeting ID and password in the days leading up to the workshop.
As the workshop date approaches, please take note of the following:
The workshop is presented courtesy of Aqueous Solutions LLC, makers of The Geochemist's Workbench® software package.