Thread: AGU session S010 'Frontiers in Theoretical and Computational Seismology'

Started: 2018-07-13 01:28:33
Last activity: 2018-07-13 01:28:33
Topics: AGU Meetings
Dear colleagues,

Are you looking for a seismic tomography/inverse problem session for your AGU abstract? Please consider the session S010 ‘Frontiers in Theoretical and Computational Seismology’.

Link to the session:
Invited speakers: Biondo Biondi, Stanford University, and Thomas Ulrich, Munich University.
Section: Seismology
Index Terms: Theory, Tomography, Computational Seismology

Numerous recent advances in seismology have been driven by developments in numerical simulations, forward and inverse modeling theories, and rapidly growing high-performance computers. To promote further progress, this session offers a platform for general theoretical and computational advances in seismology.
Of general interest are novel and creative developments towards more accurate and complete forward modeling and (nonlinear) inversion, and methods enabling the exploitation of massive emerging data volumes. In particular, we welcome innovative contributions on topics such as multi-scale tomography, homogenization and effective medium theory, uncertainty and resolution analysis, machine learning, or novel concepts in seismic interferometry for static and time-variable Earth structure.

The S010 conveners: Andreas Fichtner, Carene Larmat, Monica Maceira, Heiner Igel.

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