Our invited speakers are:

  • Michel Campillo (Université Grenoble-Alpes, France)
    • Deep and shallow passive reflectivity imaging in complex media with dense arrays: examples from CMB and volcano structures
  • John Collins (Woods-Hole Oceanographic Institute, US)
    • The Locking State of the Cascadia Megathrust offshore Vancouver Island
  • Fiona Darbyshire (Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada)
    • Seismograph networks across Canada: Building on the legacy of LITHOPROBE and POLARIS
  • Yann Hello (CNRS Geoazur, France)
    • MUG-OBS a geophysical multi-parameters ocean bottom station; a new versatile approach for monitoring earthquakes.
  • John Hole (Virginia Tech, US)
    • Aftershock characterization using a dense array and backprojection: a quantitative comparison of densely spaced geophones and traditional arrays
  • Heiner Igel (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat München, Germany)
    • Towards measuring the complete ground motion: Application of 6 DoF measurements
  • Hitoshi Kawakatsu (ERI, University of Tokyo, Japan)
    • Elucidation of the lithosphere-asthenosphere system of oceanic mantle via broadband ocean bottom seismology – Pacific Array
  • Mike Kendall (University of Bristol, UK)
    • New advances and challenges in reservoir microseismicity
  • Charlotte Krawczyk (GFZ-Potsdam, Germany)
    • Fibre-optic strain sensing: Game changer in seismic surveying?
  • Sjoerd de Ridder (Total E&P UK)
    • Inversion of the Earth’s free oscillations using dense array observations and wavefield gradiometry
  • Catherine Rychert (National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK)
    • Seismic imaging of the oceanic lithosphere: the PI-LAB experiment at the equatorial mid-Atlantic Ridge and the VOILA experiment at the subduction zone in the Lesser Antilles. 
  • Hanneke Paulssen (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
    • Temporary seismic networks: Lessons learned and future perspectives
  • Brandon Schmandt (University of New Mexico, US)
    • Large-N seismic arrays for applications from lithospheric structure to local surface processes
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