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The BSM 2019 Meeting will be held in the University of Edinburgh 4-6 September 2019. Our website (http://bsm2019.isc.ac.uk/) tells you all about the meeting, including the aims, abstract submission, registration and the conference dinner on 5 September in Surgeon's Hall. Early-bird registration finishes on 28 June and Abstract submission finishes on 3 July. We look forward to seeing you in Edinburgh in September with welcome drinks on Tuesday, 3 September. Anton Ziolkowski For the Local Org… [more]
ICTP Advanced Workshop on Earthquake Fault Mechanics: Theory, Simulations and Observations Trieste, 2-14 September 2019, deadline for application: 27 June 2019 Organisers: Jean Paul Ampuero, Abdelkrim Aoudia Co-sponsors: IUGG, Generali, Regione FVG There is no registration fee. The school will focus on earthquake dynamics covering theory, simulations and observations also highlighting the most important areas where significant progress has been achieved recently. The programme will in… [more]
Dear Colleagues, the 2019 EPOS Seismology (https://www.epos-ip.org/tcs/seismology) workshop will be held in Grenoble, France, on 7-10 October 2019, including the ORFEUS (http://orfeus-eu.org) Annual Observatory Meeting and Workshop and the meeting of the EMSC (https://www.emsc-csem.org) General Assembly. The workshop will take place at the campus of Université Grenoble Alpes, namely at the Institut des Sciences de la Terre (ISTerre) and at the Centre Technique du Papier (CTP). The venue i… [more]
WORKSHOP Securing Seismic Legacy Data to Enable Future Discoveries September 18-19, 2019 Albuquerque, New Mexico New seismological data mining methods are enabling discoveries and cross-disciplinary research across Earth system science. Research is challenged by the relatively short time period of observation for which digital records are readily available. Historical data recorded on paper and other physical media when suitably converted into machine readable formats, extends the time period … [more]