PhD Defense of Moritz Bernauer
Moritz Bernauer will defend his PhD thesis entitled "Reducing Non-uniqueness in Seismic Inverse Problems: New Observables in Seismology" on Thursday, the 10th of July, 10:00 am in room C419, Theresienstr. 41. [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]
Alice Gabriel receives the PASC14 Best Poster Award Solid Earth Dynamics
The poster contribution "Simulating large-scale earthquake dynamic rupture scenarios on natural fault zones with the ADER-DG method" received the Best Poster Award in Solid Earth Dynamics at the 2014 Platform of Advanced Scientific Computing Conference (PASC14) in Zurich, Switzerland. [more]
Welcome to Stephanie Wollherr, PhD Student
Stephanie Wollherr joins the seismology group to pursue her PhD conducting realistic earthquake scenario simulations including source dynamics on natural fault zones with SeisSol. Welcome! [more]
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Three postdoctoral positions in geophysics/seismology
ERC funded positions in the field of theoretical and experimental seismology with a strong focus on observing and understanding seismic ground motions in the context of imaging internal structure and sources. [more]
PhD position in Computational Seismology at LMU, Munich
Wave and rupture simulations using the discontinuous Galerkin method (SeisSol) [more]