Seminář o aktuálních problémech v oblasti seismického výzkumu Země.

Přístup pomocí Microsoft Teams

Letní semestr / Summer term 2022/23

17. 2. P. Hrubcová, V. Vavryčuk (IG CAS)
Tectonic stress changes related to plate spreading prior to the 2021 Fagradalsfjall eruption in SW Iceland
24. 2. E. Tinti (INGV Rome)
Fracture energy and breakdown work during earthquakes
  3. 3. F. Gallovič (FMP CUNI)
Diversity of earthquake ruptures: insight from dynamic inversion of twin Mw5.8 earthquakes in Japan
10. 3. L. Eisner, Ngoc-Tuyen Cao, Z. Jechumtálová, P. Matoušek (Seismik s.r.o)
Why and when a surface seismic station can be better than a station in a shallow borehole?
24. 3. G. Dal Moro (IRSM CAS)
Joint inversion of surface-wave data: why and how?
31. 3. T. Fischer (FS CUNI), S. Hainzl (GFZ Potsdam), J. Vlček (FS CUNI)
Fast migration episodes within earthquake swarms
14. 4. F. Staněk (IRSM CAS)
DAS microseismic monitoring
21. 4. J. Zahradník, F. Čejka, F. Gallovič (FMP CUNI), et al.
The 2023 Türkiye earthquakes − working seminar
  5. 5. C. Sippl (IG CAS)
The aftershock series of the 2016 Mw 6.0 Petermann Ranges earthquake in Central Australia
12. 5. Vít Peřestý (CGS)
Fault systems, geology for seismologists (part 2, based on Samos 2020 earthquake) − working seminar
19. 5. M. Mazanec (IRSM CAS)
Surface waves for near-surface characterization

Seminars are held on Fridays from 2:00 p.m. Attendance in person is preferable; remote participation is possible via MS Teams. The presentations in English should last approximately 1 hour, possibly followed by a discussion (possibly also in Czech). Working seminars report preliminary results, and broader active participation of the audience is welcome. Please consider proposing your presentation in the available slots.