Thank you all for an enjoyable and productive week!

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Lists & links

Tribute to Tom Norris The Tom Norris memorial video is available here. Tom’s endowment to support student education is available here

Bioacoustics Stack Exchange The Bioacoustics Stack Exchange is now live! here

SIO Machine Learner’s Group The Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) Machine Learner’s Group is a student-organized, multi-disciplinary users group dedicated to facilitating conversations about machine learning tools, applications, and resources among SIO students, researchers, faculty, collaborators, and beyond. We meet on alternating Tuesdays at 1 pm PST for approximately an hour. Meetings consist of presentations from invited presenters (generally ~ 45 minutes) followed by a discussion period. We bring in presenters from a variety of disciplines and experience levels, including an upcoming presentation from Jeremy Howard of NVIDIA in June! Group members receive email reminders about upcoming meetings and access to a google drive folder that includes recordings of previous meetings and presenter slides. Though the group is SIO-based, the group contains many non-SIO members! If you are interested in joining, and/or presenting your own research, please reach out to Morgan Ziegenhorn < mziegenh [at] ucsd [dot] edu > or Rebecca Cohen < rec022 [at] ucsd [dot] edu >.

DCLDE 2024

DCLDE 2024 website

We invite you all to the next DCLDE workshop, which is planned for Spring 2024 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The DCLDE 10 dataset is focused on localizing North Atlantic Right Whales calls using a large sonobuoy network. You can find a complete description of the dataset here. The dataset is available as of September 2022. Contact the dclde2024 organizers for access information < dclde2024 [at] gmail [dot] com >

Sign up for the newsletter by sending an email to < dclde2024 [at] gmail [dot] com > to stay informed about the plans and about the workshop dataset. Hope to see you all in Rotterdam!