Seismic interferometry has been one of the fastest growing research areas
in seismology over the last two decades. By extracting coherent signals
from quasi-random noise or coda vibration, seismologists can now study
interior structure and dynamic processes of earth without implementing
active sources or waiting for earthquake signals. The cost benefit and
unique data sensitivity associated with noise based seismic interferometry
opens up many new and diverse opportunities in passive imaging research.
Some of the noticeable topics include, but are not limited to, high-resolution
tomographic imaging with large-N arrays, temporal environmental and geohazard
monitoring, and probing earth discontinuities and deep structure.
This workshop is aimed to provide a venue for experts and early career
scientists to interact and share their knowledge and latest research progress
on seismic interferometry. The workshop will also serve as a platform to reach
out and attract more researchers and students to engage in and explore this
exciting and relatively young research field.
The workshop features both
international and domestic speakers who are currently involved in seismic interferometry
and ambient noise seismology research. We encourage students and researchers who are
interested in the subject to participate in the workshop. Students participating
the workshop are strongly encouraged to bring posters of their research to share
and interact with speakers/researchers during poster sessions. Note that the topic
of the posters is not limited to seismic interferometry but can be on any geophysics
research topics in general.
Time : Sep. 27th, 2019, 09:00 - 16:30
Venue : 2F Colloquium room, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica
Hsin-Hua Huang, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica
Fan-Chi Lin, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Utah