75 years of Earth Monitoring at the Geophysical Observatory Fuerstenfeldbruck (1939-2014)
A celebration at the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Geophysical Observatory Fuerstenfeldbruck will be held at Fuerstenfeldbruck on Oct 10th, 2014. [more]
Michael Volk wins outstanding student presentation award
At the 14th Castle Meeting in Évora, Portugal, Michael Volk presented a talk on 'The Effect of Pressure on Absolute Paleointensities'. For his presentation he received an Outstanding Student Presentation Award. Michael Volk is a member of the Magnetism Group at Munich Geophysics. [more]
Professor T. Tanimoto to visit the Seismology Group
Professor T. Tanimoto from the University of California at Santa Barbara will visit the Seismology Group during the months of September and October 2014. [more]
Treumann, R. A., W. Baumjohann, and A. Balogh (2014), The strongest magnetic fields in the universe: How strong can they become?, Frontiers in Physics, 02(59), 1-4, doi:10.3389/fphy.2014.00059, 4 Journal pages, 1 Figure; OPEN ACCESS.
Bance, S, et al. (2014), High energy product in Battenberg structured magnets, Appl. Phys. Lett., in press.
Zaroli, C., J.-J. Leveque, B.S.A. Schuberth, Z. Duputel, and G. Nolet (2014), Global S-wave tomography using receiver pairs: an alternative to get rid of earthquake mislocation, Geophys. J. Int., 199(2), 1043-1057, doi:10.1093/gji/ggu312.
PostDoc Position: Advanced Simulation of Coupled Earthquake & Tsunami Events
The project objectives are to conduct realistic tsunamigenic earthquake scenario simulations to investigate the impact of earthquake source dynamics on tsunami generation and propagation. To this end the incorporation of realistic 3D subduction zone geometries, methodological optimization and extension of SeisSol as well as validation case studies will be conducted. A strong interest in numerical methods, seismic wave and tsunami propagation and motivation to work in a high-performance computing context are required. Previous experience in aforementioned fields is highly advantageous. [more]
Due to a maternity leave the section Seismology, Department of Earth and Environmental Sci- ences, has a vacancy for a PostDoc position for one year. The position includes 5 SWS lecturing (fundamentals of geophysis/seismology, tutorials). Interested candidates should send their application including CV, names of referees, and a 1-page document stating their thematic orientation to: Prof. Dr. Heiner Igel (firstname.lastname@example.org) Review of applications will start immediately and last until the position is filled. [more]