Reminder: CONVERSE Volcano Geodesy & IAVCEI Volcano Geodesy Commission Workshop

Ronni Grapenthin rgrapenthin at alaska.edu
Fri Sep 13 00:34:40 UTC 2019


Dear Colleagues,

While applications for support to attend the joint workshop of the CONVERSE
Volcano Geodesy group & the IAVCEI Volcano Geodesy Commission can no longer
be considered, the hotel group rate ($229/night) will be available until
Sunday 10/15. If you intend to attend, it would be good to register before
then at http://www.grapenthin.org/converse The hotel is the same as the
SAGE/GAGE hotel. As a refresher, information on the workshop is also pasted
below.

We hope to see you in Portland,
Ronni, Emily, Mike, Alex.

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Location:      Hilton Portland Downtown, 921 SW Sixth Avenue,  Portland,
Oregon

Dates:          October 07-08, 2019

Organizers:  Ronni Grapenthin, UAF;
                    Emily Montgomery-Brown, USGS;
                    Michael Poland, USGS;
                    Alessandro Bonforte, INGV

Contact: Ronni Grapenthin, rgrapenthin at alaska.edu <rg at nmt.edu>

Website: http://www.grapenthin.org/converse

Overview:  The purpose of the NSF-funded Community Network for Volcanic
Eruption Response (CONVERSE-https://volcanoresponse.org/) Research
Coordination Network (RCN) is to enable, organize, and focus the
collaboration of US academic and government researchers, along with foreign
entities, involved in volcano science. As part of CONVERSE we are holding
discipline-focused workshops where researchers can gather and work towards
achieving CONVERSE's goals. A volcano geodesy workshop will be hosted in
conjunction with the inaugural meeting of the IAVCEI geodesy commission in
October 2019. The major meeting goals are to:

1) Identify the frontiers of volcano geodetic knowledge and capabilities
2) Explore key volcano science questions that can be answered with geodetic
tools
3) Explore methods to integrate geodetic data with other sensor data,
networks and how to orchestrate rapid eruption responses.
4) Identify and explore new technologies that will further volcano
geodesy (e.g., MEMS gravity, single frequency receivers, …)
5) Identify longer term geographic working groups

This meeting will be the prequel a longer, dedicated, IAVCEI-Geodesy 2020
workshop that will focus on the training early career scientists and making
progress on the above items.

Need-based or partial funding is available for a limited number of
applicants and an application form will be available soon. If interested in
attending the workshop, please email Ronni Grapenthin (
rgrapenthin at alaska.edu). We anticipate a maximum meeting attendance of ~40
participants.

We hope to see you in Portland,
Ronni, Emily, Mike, Alex.

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Ronni Grapenthin
Associate Professor of Geodesy
Geophysical Institute
University of Alaska Fairbanks
2156 Koyukuk Drive
Fairbanks, AK-99775

web: http://www.grapenthin.org
office: Elvey 413B
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