37th General Assembly ESC /Corfu POSTPONED TO 2021

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37th General Assembly ESC /Corfu POSTPONED TO 2021

Post by salsinawi » Sun Mar 01, 2020 8:16 pm


ESC Postponed
37th General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission to be held in Corfu, Greece is being postponed until September 2021.
All submitted abstracts and registrations remain valid and will be automatically transferred to the new dates.
More information will be available soon on escgreece2020.eu.
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https://www.erasmus.gr/microsites/1193


Dear Participants,

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee, I would like to welcome you to Corfu (Greece) and the 37th General Assembly (GA) of the European Seismological Commission. As in the previous successful conferences, we have committed ourselves to organize and deliver a focused event, trying to keep the highest scientific and logistic standards.

The 37th GA of the ESC will be held in Corfu, a place with long history since the antiquity and rich tradition, as well as one of the most cosmopolitan islands of Greece. We are proud to host you in Corfu to discuss recent advances in seismology in a location that lies north of the NW edge of the Hellenic Arc, where a variety of geological processes take place. The venue of the GA is the “Corfu Holiday Palace”, located in Kanoni, one of the most famous touristic sights of the island.

In 2020 about 700 early-career and senior researchers from more than 60 countries from Europe and all over the world will meet in Corfu to discuss different modern fields of seismology and related applications. We are anticipating about 1000 abstracts covering the broad fields of seismic networks, seismic hazard and risk, physics of earthquakes, study of the Earth's interior, array seismology, engineering seismology, induced seismicity, seismic anisotropy, earthquake forecasting, statistical seismology, historical seismology and microseismology, recent significant earthquakes, earthquake secondary effects, as well as education, outreach and societal implications, making the 2020 ESC General Assembly one of the largest meetings ever.

We look forward to seeing you in Corfu.

On behalf of the Local Organising Committee,

Professor Nicholas Voulgaris
Vice-President of the European Seismological Commission
Vice Rector of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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GAUTIER <gautier@gm.univ-montp2.fr>
Dear colleagues,
we’d like to invite you to submit an abstract to the session "S13: Seismological and geophysical imaging of shallow geological structures at different scales: challenges and perspectives"
present at the 37th General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission (Corfu, Greece, 6 - 11 September, 2020).
The deadline for the abstracts submission is on April 12, 2020.
Please find below the abstract of the session, whereas further information can be found at the webpage of the Conference:
https://www.escgreece2020.eu
The form for abstract submission is available at the following link:
https://www.erasmus.gr/microsites/1193/ ... -abstracts

Session Abstract
There is an increasing need for high-resolution imaging of shallow geological structures as well as characterization of their physical properties. This stems not only from purely
scientific perspectives, but also from correct land planning in areas subject to a wide range of environmental risks. In this regard, seismological and geophysical techniques
represent the main tools for achieving a deep understanding of inaccessible subsurface structures. The improvement of such imaging techniques is related to the
growing computational capability in the solution of inverse problems, and to the theoretical development of modelling algorithms. Among their countless applications,
we seek contributions on the study of active fault zones (crucial in tectonic geomorphology, and in the analysis of seismic sources, surface faulting hazard and
fluids flow), fracture networks (in reservoirs, volcanic areas and geothermal fields), landslides (from shallow fractured rock masses to deep sliding surfaces) and
seismological engineering problems (site effects and ground shaking amplification).
The aim of this session is to collect the most recent results of seismological and geophysical imaging of shallow crustal structures in a wide range of environmental
applications, including also discussions on methodological challenges and new perspectives. We encourage submitting works dealing with multi-disciplinary high resolution
methods together with new developments in data processing, imaging strategies and field acquisition layouts. Case studies from active tectonic settings are welcome.


On behalf of the conveners:
Sebastiano D'Amico (University of Malta, Department of Geosciences)
Francesco Panzera (Swiss Seismological Service - ETH Zurich)
Stéphanie Gautier (Université Montpellier, Géosciences Montpellier)
Fabio Villani (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
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STEPHANIE GAUTIER
Tél : +33 (0)4 67 14 36 48
stephanie.gautier-raux@umontpellier.fr


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