Thank you for the GWB workshop – it was perfect! The tasks made the learning process really easy.
– Yuchen Liu, University of Illinois
The short presentations and example exercises really showcased what the software can do and provided us with an opportunity to test drive the software.
– George A., Environmental Engineer, USA
I had the best time during the workshop! I am 100% convinced all my models will be done in GWB from now on!
– Thais Lamana, Golder Associates
Learn to use The Geochemist's Workbench® like a pro with training from Aqueous Solutions, the people who make the software. Your time is valuable – let us get you up and running quickly.
We are returning to the Goldschmidt Conference to present our famous workshop on Reactive Transport Modeling in Geochemical Systems in Paris on 12-13 August.
Please come to the City of Light, the world's favorite city, to join instructors Craig Bethke, Brian Farrell, Kate Maher, and Jenny Druhan for the workshop's fifth year at the Goldschmidt. It's practically an institution!
For details or to register, please visit our Paris workshop webpage.
Thank you very much for the workshop. It was intense but very, very clear and useful.
– Samantha Y., Stanford University
Join us for our workshop on Reactive Transport Modeling at a genuine Japanese onsen. We will convene once again at the world-famous Jozankei Hot Spring District, just outside Sapporo‘s city center, at the peak of the stunning autumn foliage season!
The workshop will be held in a spa built directly on top of the hot spring. After class, relax in the therapeutic waters and then enjoy with us the remarkable cuisine of Hokkaido, famous even in Japan for its quality and freshness.
Better yet, Prof. Tsutomu Sato of Hokkaido University is returning to help Craig Bethke teach the workshop!
SPECIAL OFFER: Your registration includes onsen accommodations, two very special Japanese dinners, two breakfasts and lunches, and transit between Sapporo and Jozankei! Please visit our Sapporo Hot Spring workshop page for more information.
I was very impressed with the GWB Fate and Transport course in Johannesburg. It was well presented and very informative. I would recommend the course to any of my peers. Thank you, Brian and Craig!
– Altus Huisamen, Geo Pollution Technologies, Pretoria
The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting is coming back to Seattle in 2017, and so are we! Please join us in caffeinated, intoxicating Seattle as we present our popular Applied Geochemical Reaction Modeling workshop on October 20-21, just preceding the GSA meeting.
Instructors Brian Farrell and Melika Sharifi will show you how to set up and interpret geochemical models of reacting systems, beginning with the basics and continuing to advanced techniques only the experts know.
Please visit our Seattle workshop page for more information.
The execution of the workshop was outstanding! The software itself is great – most of what I need in one place.
– Harsev S., Environmental Engineering Student, USA
After veteran instructor Brian Farrell leads you step by step through the theory and practice of reactive transport modeling, you will walk away a master at creating and interpreting simulations of reactive transport in geochemical systems.
Whether you are a beginner or experienced modeler, don't miss this opportunity to meet Brian and learn about the capabilities of GWB Professional.
Please visit our Taipei workshop page for more information, or to register.
Neither of us specializes in groundwater chemistry, but we found the course easy to follow and understand.
– Abby M., Horizons Regional Council, New Zealand
The Applied Geochemical Reaction Modeling workshop is coming to Korea for the very first time!
Join us May 2-3, 2018 in dynamic, ever-changing Seoul, South Korea at the Seoul office of the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology to learn the theory and application of geochemical reaction modeling!
As a special bonus, Prof. Tsutomu Sato of Hokkaido University is teaming up with Prof. Kyoung-Woong Kim of GIST to help us teach the workshop!
Please visit our Seoul workshop page for more information, or to register.
The [Johannesburg] workshop was good and quite informative, I'll be attending the one that you'll hold in Cape Town in 2016.
– Hlanganani Tutu, University of the Witwatersrand
The 2018 class of the famous Reactive Transport Modelling Summer School will convene July 30-August 2 at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Summer School is designed to help post-graduate students in the geosciences learn the techniques of reactive transport modelling as applied to geoscientific research, and for advanced students to share the results of their work.
Each day will begin with hands-on instruction and end with a field excursion and an informal reception. We hope you can join us in Scotland’s capital city, filled with history and natural beauty, for three glorious summer days of long daylight and cool evenings.
Applications for this most special of events will be accepted starting in early 2018. For more information, please direct queries to email@example.com.
I have been modeling with GWB for several years now but I always learn something new at the workshops.
– Johan Fourie, Geostratum Groundwater & Geochemistry Consulting
We are always working to schedule workshops around the world, at locations that meet the needs of our users.
If you would like to suggest a workshop venue, or you or your institution might be able to help host a short course, please let us know!
I loved the [geochemical modeling] workshop! In the future I would really like to take the reactive transport course.
– Ryan Davis, Colorado State University
Bringing a workshop to your site for private training is easy and inexpensive. Please visit our training page for more information.
The GWB Online Academy offers self-paced online training in Geochemical Reaction Modeling and Reactive Transport Modeling. Arrive as a beginner, leave an expert!