[unav_all] Recording the Full Seismic Wavefield Online Workshop 1: The Earthquake Source and Earthquake Hazards, 4/21 12 PM Eastern

Andy Frassetto andyf at iris.edu
Mon Apr 7 15:02:27 MDT 2014

Monday, April 21st, 12-2 PM Eastern / 9-11 AM Pacific

Convenors: Greg Beroza (beroza at stanford.edu) and Jamie Steidl 
(steidl at eri.ucsb.edu)
Registration required – see below. The discussion will be recorded and 
posted on the website below.

Evolving technologies will allow the deployment of seismic arrays 
capable of recording well-sampled wavefields, reducing or eliminating 
aliasing. The resulting datasets will enable new wavefield imaging 
methods that can transform studies of seismic sources and of Earth 

This workshop will focus on earthquake source processes, earthquake 
hazards, and strong ground motion. The workshop will ask the question: 
“What new science would be enabled by full-wavefield seismic data?”

To register: There are 20 spots available. Please email Andy Frassetto 
(andyf at iris.edu) if you wish to attend and you will receive a link to 
the workshop.

To submit a 1-2 slide idea for discussion: Email in pdf format to Andy 
by 4/18. Slides are welcome from those unable to attend, but should 
include a few words to go with the slide.

IRIS is hosting this online workshop as part of series to gather input 
from the broader seismological community about the potential scientific 
benefits of densely sampled full-wavefield seismic data at all scales, 
from global to soils. Stay tuned for workshops focused on other seismic 
More information is available at: http://www.iris.edu/hq/wavefields

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