Dear all,

I know Yves, so this is ligit. Perhaps someone from us should participate in 
the release workshop? This is perhaps similar to the 3-D Monte Carlo they do in 
Munich. But open. Focused on the solar spectral range, of course.


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> Betreff: Eradiate Workshop 2022
> Datum: 28. Februar 2022 um 16:58:41 MEZ
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> Dear Stefan Buehler,
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> The development of Eradiate <>, a new 3D radiative 
> transfer model, started in 2019 with the goal to create a novel simulation 
> platform for radiative transfer applied to Earth observation. Eradiate 
> intends to be highly accurate and uses advanced computer graphics software as 
> its Monte Carlo ray tracing kernel. It provides a modern Python interface 
> specifically designed for the integration in interactive computing 
> environments. It is also free software licensed under the GNU Public License 
> v3.
> At the end of March 2022, Eradiate will be released to the public and open to 
> contribution from users. On this occasion, the Eradiate team will organise a 
> workshop, kindly hosted by ESA/ESRIN in Frascati on Tuesday March 29th and 
> Wednesday March 30th, 2022. This workshop will be organised with a hybrid 
> setup allowing for remote participants to attend. Participation to the 
> workshop is open and you can register by replying to this email, providing 
> the following information:
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> ·         Last name
> ·         Contact email address
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> ·         Whether you wish to join us in Frascati or prefer to attend remotely
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> a first come, first served basis. Registration for on-premises participation 
> will be closed on March 21st, 2022.
> The workshop announcement letter, with further information of the programme, 
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> Kind regards,
> Yves Govaerts, for the Eradiate Team

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