The fourth annual Software Systems for Astronomy will be held July 23 – August 3, 2018. This is a two week intensive class offered by Professor Albert Conrad at the University of Hawai’i: Hilo.
SSFA (Software Systems for Astronomy) is a course developed that teaches students the basics they need to produce software tools and systems that astronomers and telescope operators find intuitive and efficient to operate. SSFA provides a bridge between these two disciplines, the branch of astronomy that teaches students practical observing skills and the branch of computer science that teaches students how to develop reliable, user-friendly, software systems.
For more information, visit: http://astro.uhh.hawaii.edu/Summer/Summer-2018/ssfa18.php#.