Thread: Megathrust Dynamics Symposium, June 18-23, 2016, Rhodes Island, Greece

Started: 2016-10-01 03:13:44
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Dear All,

The Megathrust Dynamics Symposium, part of the 14th International
Conference on Fracture, will take place on Rhodes, Greece, in June
18-23, 2017. The special symposium will gather experts in various
aspects of faulting and earthquake mechanics to discuss various topics
related to megathrust dynamics. The focus will be on observational and
theoretical earthquake physics, including rheology, friction, the
strength of the lithosphere, and more focused subjects related to
tectonic geodesy, structural geology, seismology, and the physical
modeling of deformation.

Confirmed invited speakers:

· Ylona van Dinther, Senior Scientist and Lecturer, Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich

· Abhijit Ghosh, Assistant Professor, University of California at Riverside

· Takane Hori, Senior Scientist, Center for Earthquake and Tsunami,
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

· Emilie Klein, Postdoctoral Scholar, Institute de Physique du Globe
de Strasbourg

· Nadia Lapusta, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Geophysics,
Division of Engineering and Applied Science, Division of Geophysics
and Planetary Sciences, California Institute of Technology

· Jack Loveless, Assistant Professor of Geosciences, Smith College

· Lingsen Meng, Assistant Professor, University of California at Los Angeles

· James D. P. Moore, Research Fellow, Earth Observatory of Singapore,
Nanyang Technological University

· Jun Muto, Assistant Professor, Department of Earth Science, Tohoku University

· Andreas Rietbrock, Professor, Head of Department of Earth, Ocean and
Ecological Sciences, University of Liverpool

· Christopher Speiers, Professor of Earth Materials, Department of
Earth Sciences, Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University

· Christophe Vigny, Professor, Directeur du Laboratoire de Géologie,
École Normale Supérieure, Paris

· Shengji Wei, Assistant Professor, Earth Observatory of Singapore,
Nanyang Technological University

The symposium will include oral and poster presentations. To
participate, please post your title and abstract to www.icf14.org
before October 31, 2016.

For more information, please contact Sylvain Barbot (sbarbot<at>ntu.edu.sg).

We are looking forward to seeing you in Rhodes.

Sylvain Barbot
Nanyang Assistant Professor
Earth Observatory of Singapore
Nanyang Technological University
Singapore

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