Conference: IUGG General Assembly 2023

Date: July 14, 2023 Location: Berlin, Germany

  • Friday, 14th July 2023:
    • 13:30 – 13:45: Oral Presentation: J. Behrens (UHAM) presents “Accelerating Global Science in Probabilistic Hazard and Risk Analysis” (IUGG23-3258)
    • 15:30 – 15:45: Oral Presentation: F. Løvholt (NGI) presents “Digital-Twin Development for Probabilistic Tsunami Forecasting” (IUGG23-3607)
  • Friday, 14th July 2023 – Saturday, 15th July 2023:
    • 17:00 – 18:30: Poster Session: Collaborative Seismic Earth Model
      • Presenter: Sebastian Noe (ETH)
      • Poster Title: “The Collaborative Seismic Earth Model: Generation 2”
  • Monday, 17th July 2023 – Tuesday, 18th July 2023:
    • 17:00 – 18:30: Poster Session: Probing the Earth’s Lithosphere: Understanding Tectonic, Volcanic, Cryotonic and Geodynamic Processes Using Geophysical Methods (IASPEI, IAG, IAGA)
      • Presenter: P. Herrero-Barbero (CSIC)
      • Poster Title: “Improving Tomographic Models of the Pyrenees Region (NE Iberia): Preliminary Results from Full-Waveform Inversion”
  • Tuesday, 18th July 2023 – Wednesday, 19th July 2023:
    • 17:00 – 18:30: Poster Session: Modelling and Monitoring of Volcanic Ash Clouds
      • Presenter: L. Mingari (CSIC)
      • Poster Title: “A Digital Twin Component for Volcanic Dispersal and Tephra Fallout

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