PRAGUE CENTRE OF MATHEMATICAL GEOPHYSICS, METEOROLOGY, AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
(MAGMA)


Seminars in 2005

Geodynamics Seminar

Jan 5: T. Pergler (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Three-dimensional finite elements
Mar 16: C. Matyska (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
PPP
Mar 16: J. van Summeren (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
On the survival of a heterogeneous deep mantle reservoir: constraints from evolutionary numerical mantle convection models
Mar 23: H. Schmeling (Frankfurt University, Germany)
The problem of modeling subduction in numerical codes
Mar 30: M. Pauer (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Is the Martian crust thin or thick?
Apr 6: G. Marquart (Frankfurt University, Germany)
A numerical approach to model the accretion of Icelandic crust
Apr 13: A. van den Berg (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Mars from crust to core: some global physical considerations
Apr 20: J. Pek (Geophysical Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences)
Magneto-telluric methods of electric conductivity investigation
May 4: J. Velimsky (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
EM induction: modeling in the time domain, 1-D a 2.5-D data inversion from satellite CHAMP
May 25: I. Sasgen (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Germany)
Geodetic signatures of glacial changes in Antarctica
Oct 12: N. Tosi (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Germany)
Spherical harmonic-finite element approach to present-day mantle convection
Oct 26: R. Hengst (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Germany)
The continental water storage - variations of the Earth's rotation caused by hydrological effects
Nov 2: F. Nemec (Department of Electronics and Vacuum Physics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles Univ.)
Influence of earthquakes on intensity of electromagnetic waves in the upper ionosphere
Nov 9: J. Velimsky (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
(In)finite elements in modeling viscoelastic response of the Earth
Nov 16: M. Behounkova (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Relationship between temperature anomalies and seismic velocities in the lower mantle
Nov 23: H. Cizkova (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Stress in subducting lithospheric plates - influence of a boundary condition in a numerical model
Dec 7: G. Kocurek (University of Texas at Austin, USA)
Sedimentary Geology on Mars: Aeolian Dune Patterns and Signs of Ancient Water Bodies
Dec 14: O. Cadek (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Constraints on mantle flow from geoid, dynamic topography and seismic anisotropy
Dec 19: Ch. Sotin (University of Nantes, France)
News from Mars and Titan

Talks at the Annual meeting of Czech Meteorological Society, Radostovice, Oct 12-14

Mar 8: J. Zahradnik (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Preliminary findings on the Sumatra earthquake
Mar 22: P. Pisoft (Department of Meteorology and Env. Prot., Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Pseudo-2D wavelet transformation of NCEP/NCAR reanalyses: first results
Apr 19: J. Miksovsky (Department of Meteorology and Env. Prot., Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Chaos and nonlinearity in climatic time series
May 17: T. Halenka (Department of Meteorology and Env. Prot., Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
On the influence of solar activity on processes in Earth atmosphere
Dec 20: A. Farda (Czech Hydrometeorological Institute), T. Halenka (Dept. of Meteorology and Env. Prot., Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
First experience with regional climate model ALADIN-CLIMATE, project ENSEMBLES

Seismology Seminar

Jan 7: P. Franek (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Numerical modeling of seismic movement in the Volvi Lake sedimentary valley in Greece by the FD method
Jan 14: S. Miller (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Omori's law and fluid-driven aftershocks
Feb 8: A. Serpetsidaki (University of Patras, Greece)
Athens 1999 earthquake - ground motion analysis
Feb 25: A. Serpetsidaki (University of Patras, Greece)
Analysis of Athens 1999 earthquake
Mar 4: P. Adamova (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Iterative deconvolution of regional seismographs of earthquakes in the west Greece
Mar 18: A. Emolo (University of Naples, Federico II., Italy)
Seismic hazard assessment for a characteristic earthquake scenario: integrating probabilistic and deterministic approaches
Mar 25: Z. Roumelioti (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
Modeling earthquakes in Greece
Mar 29 (in Geoph. Inst. of Czech Acad. of Sci.): D. Rossler (University of Potsdam, Germany)
Inversion of moment tensors in anisotropic media
Apr 1: M. Galis (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Numerical simulation of the rupture formation and propagation and seismic motion modeling
Apr 8: P. Kolinsky (Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, Czech Academy of Sciences)
Analysis and inversion of surface waves - demonstration of a programming code
Apr 15: T. Fischer (Geophysical Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences)
Possible effects of tidal stress on earthquake triggerring: application on swarms in the west Bohemia
Apr 22: P. Kalenda, J. Malek (Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, Czech Academy of Sciences)
Earthquakes and tides, part II
May 6: J. Jansky, V. Plicka, O. Novotny (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles Univ.)
One-dimensional model for the area of Egion and location of earthquakes
May 13: F. Gallovic (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Probability estimate of seismic hazard by aftershocks
May 20: J. Brokesova (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
On rotational components of seismic movement I
May 27: J. Brokesova (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
On rotational components of seismic movement II
Jun 3: A. Caserta (INGV Rome, Italy)
Statistical features of the seismic noise
Oct 19 (in Geoph. Inst. of Czech Acad. of Sci.): Ch. Chapman (Schlumberger Cambr. Res., United Kingdom)
The Asian Tsunami in Sri Lanka a personal experience (or Airy functions in action!)
Oct 26 (in Geoph. Inst. of Czech Acad. of Sci.): Ch. Chapman (Schlumberger Cambr. Res., United Kingdom)
Modelling of Scattering of Seismic Waves from a Currugated Rough Sea Surface: a comparison of 3 methods
Nov 2 (in Geoph. Inst. of Czech Acad. of Sci.): K. Helbig (Hannover, Germany)
The structure of the elastic tensor: A study of the possibilities opened up by Kelvin 150 years ago
Nov 4: T. Fischer (Geophysical Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences)
Dynamics of westbohemian earthquake swarms
Nov 11: F. Gallovic (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Deterministic and probabilistic model of the Irpinia, 1980 earthquake
Nov 18: A. Caserta (INGV Rome, Italy)
Soil shaking features in the city of Rome, Italy
Nov 25: P. Adamova, E. Sokos, J. Zahradnik (Dept. of Geophysics, Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles Univ.)
Software ISOLA for the moment inversion of seismograms
Dec 2: S. Richwalski (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Germany)
Site effects in urban areas
Dec 9: P. Adamova (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Moment inversion of complete seismograms and some intrumental defects
Dec 13: H. Lyon-Caen (ENS Paris, France)
Corinth Rift Laboratory, seismic studies
Dec 14: O. Kulhanek (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Seminar on b-value
Dec 16: J. Vilhelm (Department of Applied Geophysics, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Charles University)
Applied geophysics on the Faculty of Natural Sciences: information on pedagogical and scientific work


Last edited Feb 24, 2006