Carcans, near Bordeaux, France
22-28 May, 2022
We will have an exciting scientific program, with lectures by experts in the field, and with ample time for in-person discussions! A preliminary schedule can be found here.
The main focus of this workshop will be on the monitoring and understanding of the time-dependent behavior of the Earth’s crustal materials. It will include contributions on the theoretical background to nonclassical nonlinear elasticity. In addition to the scientific focus, training in transferable skills will also be offered.
Four main topics were coved:
- The Earth’s elastic wavefield (seismic interferometry, wave scattering, ambient seismic noise generation)
- Nonlinear and time dependent elasticity (experimental evidence from laboratory)
- Field observations of changing elasticity (volcanoes, fault zones, mountains, hydrology shaking, stress changes, …)
- Modeling non-classical elastic behavior (velocity changes, hysteresis, recovery, …)
Following are the the presentations done by the lectures during the workshop.
|Lecturer||Affiliation||Presentation Title||Presentation Slides||Presentation Video|
|Eleonore Stutzmann||Paris Cité University||Seismic noise sources on Earth and Mars||Slides||Youtube|
|Roel Snieder||Colorado School of Mines||Noise as a source for detecting time-lapse changes||Slides||Youtube|
|Ludovic Margerin||Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie||Transport models for seismic scattering||Slides||Youtube|
|Celine Hadziioannou||University of Hamburg||Monitoring changes in subsurface material using seismic noise recordss||Slides||Youtube|
|Ernst Niederleithinger||German Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing||Non-Destructive testing in civil engineering: why and what and how.||Slides||Youtube|
|Odile Abraham||University Gustave Eiffel||Coda waves, surface waves, Fiber Optics…. Some challenges and results about the monitoring of concrete structures with ultrasonic waves|
|Christoph Sens-Schoenfelder||German Research Centre for Geosciences||Field Observations of Material Changes in the Shallow Subsurface||Slides||Youtube|
|Parisa Shokouhi||Los Alamos National Laboratory||Laboratory-Scale Investigation of Intact and Fractured Rocks’ Nonlinear Elastic Behavior under Different Stress, Saturation and Relative Humidity Conditions||Slides||Youtube|
|Laura Ermert||University of Washington||Subsurface monitoring with urban noise in Mexico City|
|Anjali Dhabu||University of Hamburg||Simulation of Translational and Rotational ground motions||Slides||Youtube|
|Ian Main||University of Edinburgh||Catastrophic failure in porous materials: sound and vision||Youtube|
|Tarje Nissen-Meyer||University of Oxford||Born to diffuse: Assessing transitional scattering regimes by waveform complexity|
|Jack Muir||University of Oxford||Curvelet based wavefield reconstruction - theory and applications to DAS / nodal integration||Youtube|
|Harold Berjamin||National University of Ireland||Non-classical elastic behavior: A continuum mechanics perspective||Slides||Youtube|
|Michel Campillo||Grenoble Alpes University||Characterizing and monitoring fault structures.||Slides||Youtube|
|Jean-Paul Montagner||Paris Cité University||Principles of a seismometer||Slides|
|Andreas Brotzer||Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich||Theoretical Low Noise Model for Rotational Ground Motions|
|Mohammad Amin Aminian||Paris Cité University||Tilt Correction & Compliance Removal from Ocean Bottom Data||Slides||Youtube|
|Tjeerd Kiers||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich||Landslide Characterization and Monitoring Using Fiber-Optics and Dense Nodal Arrays||Slides||Youtube|
|Marco Dominguez||University of Hamburg||Nonlinear seismology meets Structural Health Monitoring||Slides||Youtube|
|Leila Ehsaninezhad||German Research Centre for Geosciences||Urban Exploration and Monitoring Along Fibre Optics Infrastructure||Slides||Youtube|
|Julius Grimm||Grenoble Alpes University||Making sense of urban DAS data with clustering of coherence-based array features||Slides||Youtube|
|Dominik Strutz||University of Edinburgh||Bayesian Optimal Experimental Design||Youtube|
|Sergio Diaz||German Research Centre for Geosciences||Distributed Acoustic Sensing and Volcano Seismology||Slides||Youtube|
|Jozef Müller||Friedrich Schiller University Jena||Turning seismometers into strainmeters using tidal strain and ambient noise – a feasibility study||Slides||Youtube|
|Peter Makus||German Research Centre for Geosciences||Deciphering the Whisper of Volcanoes||Slides||Youtube|
|Eleanor Dunn||Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies||Early Results on Dynamic Triggering of Seismicity at Sierra Negra volcano, Galapagos||Youtube|
|Eldert Fokker||Utrecht University||4D physics-based pore pressure monitoring in the shallow subsurface of Groningen, the Netherlands||Youtube|
|Sebastian Noe||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich||Towards Full-Waveform Inversion with Distributed Acoustic Sensing||Slides||Youtube|
|Mahsa Safarkhani||University of Hamburg||Ambient signals as a tool to characterize material properties||Slides||Youtube|
|Manuel Asnar||German Research Centre for Geosciences||Exploring new experimental possibilities for the investigation of Nonlinear Mesoscopic Elasticity||Slides||Youtube|
|Declan Andrew||University of Edinburgh||Understanding Earthquake-Induced Damage and Healing of Crustal Rocks||Youtube|
|Sabrina Keil||Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich||Comparing single-station 6C measurements and array measurements for seismic microzonation||Slides||Youtube|
|Mirko Bracale||Grenoble Alpes University||Effect of shallow heterogeneities on wavefield gradients measurements||Slides||Youtube|
|Rene Steinmann||Grenoble Alpes University||Exploring seismic time series with artificial intelligence: applications of blind source separation||Slides||Youtube|
|Le Tang||Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich||Rotational motions of surface waves in weakly anisotropic media||Slides||Youtube|
|Haleh Karbala Ali||Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies||Locating Flowing Conduits in Karst using Passive Seismic Approach||Slides||Youtube|
|Richard Kramer||University of Vienna||Monitoring of hard rock environment using ambient seismic noise||Slides||Youtube|
|Ssu-Ting Lai||Paris Cité University||Time-lapse rock deformation monitoring using waveform inversion||Slides||Youtube|
|Zihua Niu||Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich||Nonlinear model for non-classical nonlinearity observed from lab to global scales||Slides||Youtube|
You planned to attend EGU?
We are aware that EGU has shifted their “new” dates to overlap with the SPIN workshop. In order to accommodate participants who have submitted an abstract to EGU and wish to give their presentation, we will provide a separate room with good internet connection, where you can retreat to give your EGU presentation in online format.
We are considering the option of integrating some of the relevant EGU sessions into the workshop program, either leaving space in the program or by “attending” a session together.
The workshop will take place near Bordeaux, along the South Atlantic coast of France. More specifically, the venue is located in Carcans, right between the ocean and a lovely lake:
The venue is the ‘Cévéo Village Vacances’, located in the Landes pine forest, on the edge of the lake.
Transfer to and from Bordeaux Train station and Bordeaux Airport (Merignac, BOD) will be arranged. At the moment, we are aiming for at least one bus departure at the following times on May 22nd:
- 17:30 from Bordeaux St.-Jean Train station
- 18:00 from Bordeaux Merignac (BOD) Airport
For departure on May 28th, we aim for a bus transfer from the venue which arrives:
- 10:00 at Bordeaux Merignac (BOD) Airport
- 10:30 at Bordeaux St.-Jean Train station.
More bus transfer times will be added, depending on arrival times of particpants. However, if you can organize your travel to to correspond to one of the ‘main’ bus transfer times, it facilitates things on our end!
To limit the carbon footprint of the meeting, we encourage you to travel by train if possible. For reference, some train connections are listed:
- Trains arrive from Paris/Zürich - every hour:17
- from Grenoble - uneven hour:32
- from Hamburg/ Berlin - 17:17, 19:17
There will be a half-day excursion on Tuesday 24.05, to visit and climb the highest Sand dune in Europe. Afterwards, there will be some time on the Atlantic beach. Bring good walking shoes, your swim suit, and don’t forget your towel!
We will also keep some time free in the program to allow for bike rides, strolls through the Landes pine forest, visits to the (lake or ocean) beach, ..
There will be some musical activities during the workshop as well, so if you play an instrument that is halfway portable, please bring it along!
And of course, it would not be a workshop in France without a delicious gala dinner!
During the SPIN workshop, you will stay at the Ceveo Village de Vacances Carcans. The prices for the freshly renovated rooms are as follows:
- Single room: 551 € per person for the whole stay.
- Shared double room: 473 € per person for the whole stay.
Accommodation is full-board, so including breakfast, lunch and dinner, and will have to be payed together with the registration fee, before the workshop. Rooms will be assigned by us after registration.
The registration fee will be determined when pre-registration is complete, but it will be around 150 €, likely less, and in no case more than 200 €, per participant for the whole meeting. The registration fees can be payed via credit card, via a secure online payment system. After registration, you will receive an email with payment information.
Would you like to attend the workshop?
Please fill in the pre-registration survey by April 1st, 2022.
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Please note that the capacity of the venue in Carcans is limited, and we prioritize participation by researchers who are actively involved in the SPIN project. Therefore we ask you to submit a short statement of your motivation for participation in the workshop as well as your research interests. We will let you know by April 5th whether your registration has been accepted.
You can find up to date information about the French Covid regulations here.
Note that we require all participants to perform a lateral flow test before traveling to the venue. If that test is positive, please contact us, so that we can cancel your participation. We will provide further lateral flow tests to perform during the workshop at regular intervals.
Please be prepared to bring sufficient FFP2/KN95-grade masks to wear when entering and leaving the venue, the restaurant, etc. and potentially even during the workshop. Details will be provided prior to the workshop depending on the course of the pandemic. You will also need to wear masks in most public spaces in France (public transport, shops, etc).
We are committed to organizing this meeting in-person, but of course we are subject to the evolution of the Covid pandemic. You are probably aware that there is always a risk of cancellation, but we are very hopeful that the situation in May 2022 will be such that the workshop can take place.
If you need to cancel your participation please inform SPINfirstname.lastname@example.org. as soon as possible. The refund of your accommodation and registration fee is handled as follows
- until April 22, 2022: 90 % refund
- until May 01, 2022: 70 % refund
- until May 14, 2022: 50 % refund
- after May 15, 2022: no refund
If the whole workshop needs to be canceled due to Covid-19, we will refund your paid accommodation and registration costs 100%.
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