Software solutions for seismology

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Session ID#: 26693

Session Description:
All modern sciences depend on software solutions. The importance of open access to efficient academic software is indisputable these days. Most significant software applications in seismology begin when data is obtained from a recorder or from a data repository and is used for seismological research that can include full waveform inversion, ray tracing, refraction and/or reflection studies, receiver function analysis, ambient noise and surface wave measurements and numerous others techniques. Modern seismic software can be dedicated to a single technique or can enable a wide variety of techniques; the software can be simple and single threaded or aimed at parallel computation on HPC and/or GPU systems. Increasingly, the community relies on fast and reliable seismic data transfer protocols that allow creation of rapid warning systems. The aim of this session is to gather seismic software authors, developers and users in one place to promote solutions and to share knowledge and experience.
Primary Convener:  Marcin Polkowski, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
Convener:  Mariusz Majdanski, Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

  • IN - Earth and Space Science Informatics

Abstracts Submitted to this Session:

Ruichao Ye, Rice University, Houston, TX, United States, Maarten V De Hoop, Rice University, Computational and applied mathematics, Houston, TX, United States and Kundan Kumar, University of Bergen, Department of Mathematics, Bergen, Norway
Bernd Weber1, Jan Becker1, Hadi Ghasemi2, Phil R Cummins3, Jaya Murjaya4, Ariska Rudyanto4, Dirk Rößler1 and team of gempa, (1)gempa GmbH, Potsdam, Germany, (2)Geoscience Australia, Canberra, Australia, (3)Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia, (4)Indonesian Agency for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics, Jakarta, Indonesia
Alexey Gokhberg, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, Laura Anna Ermert, ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, Patrick Paitz, ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Earth Sciences, Geophysics, Zurich, Switzerland and Andreas Fichtner, ETH Zurich, Department of Earth Sciences, Institute of Geophysics, Zurich, Switzerland
Kenneth A Macpherson, NOAA / NWS / National Tsunami Warning Center, Palmer, AK, United States and NOAA-NASA GNSS Tsunami Team
Glenn Thompson, University of South Florida Tampa, School of Geosciences, Tampa, FL, United States, Celso G Reyes, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland and Lisa A Kempler, MathWorks, Inc., Natick, MA, United States
Jingchen Ye1,2, Jia Shi3 and Maarten V De Hoop1,3, (1)Rice University, Computational and Applied Mathematics, Houston, TX, United States, (2)Rice University, Applied Physics, Houston, TX, United States, (3)Rice University, Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, Houston, TX, United States

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