[unav_all] International School on Physics of Volcanoes

Abdelkrim Aoudia aoudia at ictp.it
Fri Aug 5 07:54:06 MDT 2016


*Advanced School on Physics of Volcanoes-
ICTP - Trieste, Italy, 17 - 21 October 2016**
**Deadline for Application: August 14th 2016*

The aim of this school is to focus on the state of the art in the physics of
volcanoes in order to give participants a better understanding of the 
physical
and tectonic processes related to volcanoes and the associated hazards.
The topics of the school are:

• Physics of magma migration, storage and volcanic unrest
• Magmatic processes within continental and oceanic rift zones
• Volcano seismology and analysis of seismicity to understand distinct
volcanic processes
• Ground deformation and magma movements and eruptions
• Stress field around volcanoes and impact on magma dynamics
• Mechanics of magma reservoirs
• Volcano-earthquake interaction

The topics will be covered using a combination of theoretical, numerical and
experimental approaches. The importance of integrating observations and
field data with theoretical and modeling results will be highlighted.

_/Lecturers:/_
Paul Segall, Michael Manga, Claude Jaupart, Cynthia Ebinger, Torsten 
Dahm, Daniele Carbone, Valerio Acocella.

The school is intended for PhD students and postdocs working in these 
topics.
A limited number of grants are available to support the travel and 
living expenses of
selected participants, with priority given to PhD students and early 
career scientists
working in a developing country.
There are no registration fees.

_/How to apply for Participation:/_
The on-line application form can be accessed at ICTP activity website:
*http://indico.ictp.it/event/7622*
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_/The organizers:/_
A. Aoudia (ICTP)
E. Rivalta (GFZ)
M. Guidarelli (OGS)

-- 
Abdelkrim Aoudia
Coordinator solid-Earth Geophysics
Earth System Physics Section
International Centre for Theoretical Physics
Strada Costiera 11
I-34151 Trieste - Italy

Tel: +39 040 2240833
Fax: +39 040 22407833
e-mail:aoudia at ictp.it



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