Distributed Acoustic Sensing

Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) is a potentially transformative technology in the geosciences and engineering. The rapidly increasing interest in DAS arises from its use in continuous arrays that can be kilometers in length while providing spatial resolution of meters and frequency response from millihertz to kilohertz. This mailing list provides a forum for discussion on all topics related to DAS technology including: applications, installation, data acquisition, handling and processing of data, engineering and scientific technical development, and advertisement of upcoming events, workshops, meetings, or other opportunities in the DAS community.

For more information on the Distribution Acoustic Sensing Research Coordination Network, please go to: https://www.iris.edu/hq/initiatives/das_rcn

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Active Message Threads for January 2023

Andreas Wuestefeld
2023-01-30 19:25:07
The global DAS monitoring month is starting on Wednesday! This is exiting and thank you all for the positive feedback so far! More than 20 organizations have indicated their participation, and I know that a few more are still working in the background on contributing. You can find more information on the campaign and how to upload data on this webpage: https://www.norsar.no/in-focus/global-das-monitoring-month-february-2023 I will update this somewhat regularly during February You … [more]
IUGG 2023 Symposium on “Advances in earthquake and explosion monitoring using Distributed Acoustic Sensing”. Abstract submission deadline is 14 February 2023. Author notification of acceptance/rejection is 17 March 2023. (https://www.iugg2023berlin.org/) Distributed acoustic sensing has grown into an exciting topic within observational seismology over the last decade. The flexibility of how and where a fibre optic cable can be deployed provides significant opportunities for both novel network… [more]
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Julia Correa
2023-01-03 14:30:51
Hi All, We have an open position at LBNL for part-time work, students are welcome to apply. Please see description below. Position Description: We invite applications for a Part-Time Research Associate position to work with fiber-optics sensing and seismic monitoring in Earth and Environmental Sciences Area in the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. Bachelor’s degree in Geophysics, Physics, Computer Science, or related field is required. Previous experience with DAS is needed, and experience with… [more]
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