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Collaborations

National and international collaborations

Our two large projects International Quality Network Georisk (2001-2004; about 16 international partner universities) and the Marie-Curie Research Training Netzwerk SPICE (2003-2007, 14 european partner universities) as welll as the International Graduate College THESIS (2004 - 2009). We will give you a short overview of some of the partners and the research topics:

  • University of Southern California: Collaboration with the group of Prof. Ben Zion
    Topic: Waves in fault zones and dynamic rupture processes
  • Tokyo University: Collaboration with the group of Prof. Geller
    Topic: Optimal operators for simulating seismic wave propagation
  • Arizona State University: ZCollaboration with the group of Prof. Garnero
    Topic: Structure of the Earth's mantle
  • Beijing Polytechncal University: Within the scope of the IQN programme an agreement of cooperation has been signed.
    Topic: Earthquake hazards in the greater Beijing region
  • Institut de Physique du Globe Paris: Collaboration with the groups of Prof. Vilotte and Prof. Montagne
    Topic: Global wave propagation, numerical methods and data formats for seismogrammes
  • Free university of Berlin: Collaboration with the group of Prof. Shapiro
    Topic: Earthquakes and fluids
  • Osservatorio Sperimentale Trieste: Collaboration with the group of Prof. Seriani
    Topic: Seismic wave propagation
  • University of Dublin: Collaboration with the group of Dr. Bean
    Topic: Numerical modelling of wave propagation
  • Hamburg University: Collaboration with the group of Prof. Torsten Dahm
    Topic: Seismic Herdprozesse
  • Munich University of Technology: Collaboration with the groups of Dr. Schreiber, Prof. Rothacher, Prof. Rummel
    Topic: Ring Laser instruments, rotational motions, deformation
  • Potsdam University: Collaboration with the groups of Prof. Scherbaum, Prof. Holschneider
    Topic: Seismic hazards, source processes, numerical operators
  • University of California, San Diego, SCRIPPS: Collaboration with the group of Prof. F. Vernon
    Topic: rotational motions, ringlaser instruments

Collaboration with the industry

  • MunichRe (Dr. Berz, Dr. Smolka):
    Financial support of diploma and Ph. D. theses in the field of earthquake hazards, participation in projects of IQN Georisk and the graduate college THESIS
by Richard Bennett last modified 07. Sep 2006 21:53
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