Thread: AGU 2019 Session S016: Frontiers in Theoretical and Computational Seismology

Started: 2019-07-22 20:03:01
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Dear Colleague:

Are you interested on inverse theory and seismic imaging related issues and problems? Please consider submitting an abstract to our session Frontiers in Theoretical and Computational Seismology at the upcoming AGU Fall Meeting next December 2019 in San Francisco, California.

Frontiers in Theoretical and 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 theoretical and computational advances in seismology.
Of general interest are novel and creative approaches to more accurate and complete forward modeling, the efficient solution of (nonlinear) inverse problems for wavefield sources and Earth structure, and methods that enable the exploitation of massive emerging data volumes. In particular, we welcome innovative contributions on the joint inversion of disparate datasets, multi-scale and/or multi-parameter tomography, full-waveform inversion, homogenization and effective medium theory, uncertainty and resolution analysis, machine learning, and novel concepts in seismic interferometry for static and time-variable Earth structure.

Invited speakers:
Hanna Blanck, Icelandic Met Office
Jeroen Tromp, Princeton University

Conveners:
Andreas Fichtner, ETH
Monica Maceira, ORNL
Carene Larmat, LANL
Antonio Villase├▒or, ICTJA-CSIC

Hurry up as the abstract deadline is fast approaching on July 31, 2019 at 23:59 EDT.
You may submit an abstract to this session using the following URL: S016

Thank you!

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