3rd Workshop/Training course on

EddyUH: a software for eddy covariance flux calculation

23-27.2.2015, University of Helsinki, Kumpula Campus, Helsinki, Finland

Local organizers:

Ivan Mammarella and Kukka-Maaria Erkkilä, University of Helsinki, Department of Physics

The workshop/training course was organized by the Micromet Group of UH, with financial support from NORDFROST and GHG-LAKE. The workshop/training course covered all aspects concerning eddy covariance technique, e.g. sensors, methods, post-processing, gap-filling. Particular focuses were given on methane and nitrous oxide flux measurements and processing. The processing software EddyUH was used during the course.

The course consisted of lecture and practical work sessions ( Final Programme).


The list of participants can be found here.

Course Feedback

Rate the items below using the following scale:

1-Strongly disagree, 2-Disagree, 3-Unsure, 4-Agree, 5-Strongly agree


Average Rate

The course broadened my understanding of concepts and principles in the field 4.5
The course improved my ability to carry out original research in the field 4.2
The course taught me techniques directly applicable to my career 4.3
The material presented in the course was relevant to my research 4.3


Average Rate

The lecturers knowledge of the subjects was good. 4.9
The lecturers explained the material well. 4.7
The lecturers were prepared for the lectures. 4.8
The lectures were coordinated between lecturers. 4.7
Lectures incorporated recent developments in the field. 4.7
The range of lectures captured the overall essentials of the field. 4.7
The level of the lectures was appropriate. 4.7
Lecturers stimulated my intellectual curiosity. 4.4


Average Rate

The practical sessions were important for the learning process in the course 4.4
The use of EddyUH improved my understanding of the lectures. 3.9
The practical sessions were long enough. 4.3/td>
The practical sessions were coordinated with the lectures. 4.3


Average Rate

Overall, the course met my expectations. 4.5
The course was well organized. 4.9
The balance between lectures and hands-on sessions was optimal. 4.5
The course addressed my research needs. 4.2