DT-GEO at IUGG Congress 2023

The DT-GEO partners presents their research in the esteemed International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) Congress in Berlin. This highly regarded event serves as a platform for eminent researchers and scientists worldwide to exchange knowledge and advancements in the realm of Earth sciences.

The DT-GEO partners presents their research in the esteemed International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) Congress in Berlin. This highly regarded event serves as a platform for eminent researchers and scientists worldwide to exchange knowledge and advancements in the realm of Earth sciences.

 

On Friday, 14th July 2023, we invite you to attend two insightful oral presentations by our esteemed presenters. Join J. Behrens as he shares his expertise in a session titled “Accelerating Global Science in Probabilistic Hazard and Risk Analysis” (IUGG23-3258). Following that, F. Løvholt will present on “Digital-Twin Development for Probabilistic Tsunami Forecasting” (IUGG23-3607), offering valuable insights into this innovative area of research.

During the conference, we will also be participating in a Poster Session featuring the Collaborative Seismic Earth Model, presented by Sebastian Noe. This session, taking place from Friday, 14th July 2023, to Saturday, 15th July 2023, will showcase the latest advancements in this collaborative project with a poster titled “The Collaborative Seismic Earth Model: Generation 2.” We invite you to explore this exciting research and engage with our team.

Furthermore, we are proud to share that DT-GEO will be present at the exhibition floors. You are cordially invited to visit our exhibition booths, where we will be highlighting our collaborations with esteemed organizations.

  • Booth n. 4: GEO8 Description: GEO8 is a consortium consisting of eight leading institutions dedicated to integrated solid Earth science. Their work encompasses observations and Earth system modeling to unravel the intricate interactions between the deep Earth and surface processes. Through joint infrastructures and cooperation within the European research framework, GEO8 aims to advance Earth sciences and promote innovative solutions. DT-GEO is closely interconnected with GEO8, and we encourage you to engage with our representatives at the booth.
  • Booth n. 5: EPOS Description: EPOS (European Plate Observing System) is the Research Infrastructure for Solid Earth Science in Europe. It plays a vital role in harmonizing and integrating multidisciplinary solid Earth data, ensuring their accessibility and promoting open research. By fostering collaboration and addressing scientific and socio-economic questions, EPOS paves the way for innovative research and sustainable development. We invite you to visit our booth and explore the valuable contributions of DT-GEO to this important initiative.

AGENDA:

  • Friday, 14th July 2023:
    • 13:30 – 13:45: Oral Presentation: J. Behrens presents “Accelerating Global Science in Probabilistic Hazard and Risk Analysis” (IUGG23-3258)
    • 15:30 – 15:45: Oral Presentation: F. Løvholt 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
      • 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
      • 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
      • Poster Title: “A Digital Twin Component for Volcanic Dispersal and Tephra Fallout
  • Exhibition Floor:
    • Booth n. 4: GEO*8
      • Description: GEO8 is a consortium of eight leading institutions focused on integrated solid Earth science, linking observations and Earth system modeling to understand interactions between the deep Earth and surface processes. Their research is crucial for assessing Earth hazards and developing innovative technologies for energy transition. DT-GEO research is closely connected to GEO*8.
      • Website: https://geo8.eu/

 

    • Booth n. 5: EPOS
      • Description: EPOS, the European Plate Observing System, is the Research Infrastructure for Solid Earth Science in Europe. It harmonizes and integrates multidisciplinary solid Earth data to ensure universal access and reuse, fostering innovative research and addressing scientific and socio-economic questions. Website: www.epos-eu.org

 

DT-GEO invites you to visit their exhibition booths at the IUGG Congress and engage with GEO*8 on Saturday, 15th June from 10 am to 2 pm to learn more about their work and initiatives.

 

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