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GWB November 2010 workshop - Golden, CO USA


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Dear GWB users:

 

We are pleased to announce a workshop in Golden, CO for GWB Essentials, Standard and Professional users this fall.

 

 

The November 18-19, 2010 workshop is designed for:

 

  • Current users of GWB Essentials, GWB Standard and GWB Professional who wish to become more familiar with the software's interface and features.
  • Those interested in reviewing the basics of geochemical modeling (speciation models, activity models and activity diagrams)
  • Those interested in learning detailed reaction path modeling (using redox disequilibrium, kinetics, and surface complexation)
  • Those interested in learning the basics of 1D/2D reactive transport modeling

 

Registration fees are $799 (commercial) / $699 (academic). Students can register on stand-by for $299.

 

RockWare will be hosting the workshop in their newly remodeled conference room. The advantage of this venue is a smaller classroom size and teacher to student ratio. This does, however, require that students bring their own laptops. RockWare will provide temporary licenses for GWB Pro v8 to each participant.

 

There conference room seats up to 7 participants. If the course is sold out, and significant interest remains, we will consider holding a second workshop in the late fall.

 

For all the details, visit the GWB workshop page on the RockWare website.

 

Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions.

 

Regards,

 

Tom Meuzelaar

RockWare, Inc.

2221 East Street Golden, CO 80401

ph. 303 640 5526

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