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Python Scripting for Water Modellers
This webinar is a crash course in Python syntax with a focus on hydrology and hydraulic applications. At the completion, students will have an understanding of basic Python syntax and how to write a script that imports stream discharge data from a directory, summarizes time series, and then calculates and plots flow exceedance curves.

Topics Covered Include:
- variables and variable substitution
- basic data types (strings, integers, float, etc.)
- data collections (lists, dictionaries, etc.)
- program Flow (loops, compound statements, making decisions)
- custom Functions

- flow exceedance curve calculation and stream gage summary.

1 hour program:
- 10mins: Krey Price from Surfacewater Solutions, will moderate the conversation, and introduce the topic.
- 30mins: Kevin Nebiolo, Staff Scientist at Kleinschmidt Associates.
- 20mins: live Q&A with all speakers.

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Nov 4, 2020 10:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Kevin Nebiolo
Data Scientist @Kleinschmidt
As Kleinschmidt’s data scientist, Kevin routinely manages large-scale data using SQL, HD5F and GIS applications, and analyzes them with tools in Python and R. His responsibilities also include implementing company policies for the collection, handling, managing, and processing of data as well as leading staff training initiatives. Kevin’s data-science efforts have ranged from large-scale GPS collection projects for shoreline management plans that identified over 20,000 permittable structures on over 500 miles of shoreline, to large-scale telemetry projects that produce millions of records. He has expertise with analysis methods that range from machine learning to traditional frequentist statistical techniques.
Krey Price
Director @Surface Water Solutions
Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, Krey is a civil engineer and project manager with international experience in water resources. He is engaged in computational modelling, engineering design, and project management for flood mitigation, mine rehabilitation, river and wetland restoration, stormwater management and catchment assessment projects. Krey’s specialties include: 2D hydraulic modelling, bridge and culvert replacement, bank stabilisation, landform design, mine closure, coastal engineering, river mechanics, environmental restoration, geomorphic design, fish passage, and dam decommissioning. Krey has extensive software development and lecturing experience; his career includes 15 years developing hydraulic models for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and he has recently provided training to over 500 course attendees using the newly released HEC-RAS 5.0 software.