Tutorials at the ISS conference


Are you interested in making your ISS tutorial or workshop more interactive? Are you looking for a way to reduce the amount of time you spend making sure your workshop participants have a configuration and setup that will allow them to get the most out of your presentation?

Perhaps using the ISS JupyterHub is for you ...

This year, we're excited to announce that a hosted JupyterHub will be available to you and your workshop participants so you can cut the configuration frustration and focus on presenting your content interactively so your audience can follow along within a Jupyter-based computational environment exactly as it was meant to work.

With the ISS JupyterHub you can interactively host up to 50 workshop participants who can follow along with your workshop or execute in-workshop notebooks.  Each participant notebook executes in its own container environment with access to a fully configured JupyterLab with console, network access, Pangeo and any additional custom libraries you may require for your workshop.

If you’re interested in utilizing such a resource, please indicate your desire to do so in your workshop proposal, or reach out to us for more information.


Anderson Banihirwe (abanihi@ucar.edu)
Keith Maull (kmaull@ucar.edu)