Geothermal energy is poised to be a key contributor in the shift to a sustainable energy future. Oil and Gas industry has the skillset and expertise to convert this geothermal dream to a reality. However, this transformation can be significantly expedited using modern data science and machine learning methods.
In pursuit of this goal, SPE Data Science and Engineering Analytics Technical Section (DSEATS) is organizing a datathon focused on geothermal energy, in collaboration with SPE Gulf Coast Section, US Department of Energy, Utah Forge, and Project InnerSpace. The SPE Geothermal Datathon 2023 is going to challenge participants to solve a geothermal engineering problem using real field data from the Utah FORGE Project. Participants are going to use modern machine learning methods to create predictive models to aid future geothermal energy production. Participants are going to work on one of the largest geothermal datasets assembled including never before analyzed data. They will leverage their combined engineering and data skillsets to generate actionable insights to help solve the real-world design problem.
The datathon will be accompanied by bootcamps covering technical topics related to data science in energy, geothermal energy, and soft skills. The Bootcamps will kick off in February. The competition will kick-off on April 3rd, 2023. More details will be provided on the event webpage.
1. Team size. Teams should have at least 1 people and no more than 7 members.
2. No Plagiarisation. Plagiarisation is not acceptable. Learning from existing resources online and using open-source code is accepted.
3. Frameworks: You can only use open source frameworks.
4. Open Source: The workflow, codes, and presentations prepared as part of Pivot Datathon will be open source.
5. Intellectual property: SPE and Datathon Sponsors make no claim over intellectual property generated during the event.
6. Social Media Disclosure: By taking part in the event, you agree to allow SPE and Datathon committee to include mention of your participation in the event, and to appear in photos and video of the event. Personal information will not be made public without individual consent.
7. Rules: SPE and Datathon committee reserve the right to change the rules at any time.
If you are interested in volunteering or sponsorships, please fill the form provided in the links below:
Volunteers and Subject Matter Experts - https://forms.gle/EUuUjfJuqZLKNrsk6
Sponsorship - https://forms.gle/TLn8di1e1fYhgJJa6
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