Thread: New research directions, challenges and community needs?

Started: 2017-12-08 16:41:21
Last activity: 2017-12-08 16:41:21
What are the new research directions, challenges and needs for our
community?


The Committee on Seismology and Geodynamics (COSG) is a standing committee
within the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s
Board on Earth Sciences and Resources. COSG serves to facilitate community
discussion and community-agency interaction on issues related to the
structure, dynamics, and evolution of the Earth. COSG helps to organize and
oversee National Academies studies, workshops, and forums, and holds
twice-yearly meetings on a variety of topics. Recent topics have included
subduction zone science, high-performance computing, precision geodesy, and
volcanism and volcanic hazards.



The committee is always looking for new topics to highlight and to focus
these community-agency discussions in the future. You can find a full list
of topics covered in the past, along with a list of current committee
members on the COSG website: http://dels.nas.edu/global/besr/COSG. If you
have suggestions, or want to know more, please reach out to one of the
committee members or to Deborah Glickson, National Academies staff (
dglickson<at>nas.edu).





*Committee on Seismology and Geodynamics*

Richard Allen, *Chair*, University of California, Berkeley

Thorsten Becker, The University of Texas at Austin

Mark Behn, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Cynthia Ebinger, Tulane University

Steven Jacobsen, Northwestern University

Lisa Grant Ludwig, University of California, Irvine

Stephen McNutt, University of South Florida

Matthew Pritchard, Cornell University

Maya Tolstoy, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University

Jeroen Tromp, Princeton University

William Walter, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Sherilyn Williams-Stroud, Confractus, Inc., and California State
University, Los Angeles




Richard M. Allen
Director, Berkeley Seismological Laboratory
Class of 1954 Professor and Chair, Dept. Earth & Planetary Science
University of California, Berkeley -- http://rallen.berkeley.edu

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