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S001. Advances in computational solid earth geophysics
Mariusz Majdanski | Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
Andrzej Górszczyk | Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
Marcin Polkowski | University of Warsaw
S002. Ambient Field Seismology: Theoretical and Methodological Innovations
Zack Spica | Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Nori Nakata | Stanford University
Lise Retailleau | Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
S003. Beyond the earthquake cycle – field and modeling constraints of earthquake rupture along complex-geometry fault systems and implications for seismic hazard assessment
Olaf Zielke | KAUST
Oona Scotti | IRSN Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire
Paul Mai | Division of Physical Sciences & Engineering
Laura Peruzza | National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics OGS
S004. Cross-scale studies of fault slip transients in the brittle crust
Patricia Martínez-Garzón | Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
William Frank | University of Southern California
Martin Schoenball | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Jessica Hawthorne | University of Oxford
S005. Earthquake Source Physics Inferred from Macroscopic Source Parameters and Seismicity Parameters
Takahiko Uchide | National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Marine Denolle | Harvard University
Hiroki Sone | University of Wisconsin
S006. Earthquake Source Physics: Unified perspectives from Kinematic Source Imaging, Physics-based Modeling, Laboratory Experiments, and Earthquake Geology
Ryo Okuwaki | University of Tsukuba
Wenyuan Fan | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Valere Lambert | California Institute of Technology
Zacharie Duputel | Institut de Physique du Globe de Strasbourg, UMR 7516, Université de Strasbourg/EOST, CNRS
S007. Emerging Science from the EarthScope Transportable Array in Alaska and Canada
Natalia Ruppert | Univ Alaska Fairbanks
Richard Aster | Colorado State University
Hersh Gilbert | University of Calgary
S008. Environmental seismology: using geophysical tools for Earth surface processes research
Danica Roth | University of Oregon
Aurélien Mordret | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bradley Lipovsky | Harvard University
Michael Dietze | Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum
S009. Extracting Information from Geophysical & Geochemical Signals: Applying Machine Learning Through Data Science Challenges
Laura Pyrak-Nolte | Purdue University
Paul Johnson | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Gregory Beroza | Stanford University
James Rustad | Office of Basic Energy Sciences, U.S. Department of Energy
S010. Frontiers in Theoretical and Computational Seismology
Carene Larmat | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Heiner Igel | Ludwig-Maximilian Univ
Monica Maceira | University of Tennessee
Dr. Andreas Fichtner | ETH Zurich
S011. Frontiers of Uncertainty Quantification in Geoscientific Inversion
Vedran Lekic | University of Maryland College Park
Burke Minsley | USGS Geology, Geophysics, and Geochemistry Science Center
Louise Pellerin | Green Geophysics
Jan Dettmer | University of Calgary
S012. Full-Waveform Modeling and Inversion: Advances and Applications
Xueyang Bao | University of Rhode Island
Min Chen | Michigan State University
Nian Wang | University of Rhode Island
Yong Yu | Southern University of Science and Technology
S013. Geophysical Characterization of Fluid Flow in Subsurface Sediments
Gaye Bayrakci | University of Southampton
Céline Grall | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
Jean-Baptiste Tary | Universidad de los Andes
S014. Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Utilization and Storage
Lianjie Huang | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Thomas Daley | Lawrence Berkeley Lab
William Harbert | Univ Pittsburgh
S016. Heterogeneity and scaling relations impacting the geomechanical behavior of fault zones
Martin Schoenball | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Paul Selvadurai | ETH Zurich
Patricia Martínez-Garzón | Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
James Kirkpatrick | Colorado State University
S017. Induced and Triggered Earthquakes: Theory, Observations, Impact
Roland Gritto | Array Information Technology
Philippe Jousset | Helmholtz Center GFZ
Joern Kaven | USGS
S018. Induced Seismicity in the United States and Canada
Cornelius Langenbruch | Stanford University
Carsten Dinske | Freie Universität Berlin
Ruijia Wang | University of Alberta
Matthew Weingarten | Stanford University
S019. Infrasonic and Seismoacoustic Analysis for Global Security
Philip Blom | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Pierrick Mialle | CTBTO Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization
Brian Stump | Southern Methodist University
Omar Marcillo | Los Alamos National Laboratory
S020. Multi-scale interactions between foreshocks, mainshocks, and aftershocks: observations and physical mechanisms
Yihe Huang | University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Ahmed Elbanna | University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Zachary Ross | California Institute of Technology
S021. New Frontiers in Global Seismic Monitoring and Earthquake Research
Gavin Hayes | USGS National Earthquake Information Center
Paul Earle | USGS National Earthquake Information Center Golden
David Wald | USGS National Earthquake Information Center
William Yeck | USGS National Earthquake Information Center
S022. Next Generation Seismic Source Studies
Miao Zhang | Stanford University
David Shelly | US Geological Survey
Francesco Grigoli | ETH Zurich
Kazutoshi Imanishi | Geological Survey of Japan, AIST
S023. On the symbiosis between fundamental and exploration geophysics
Niels Grobbe | University of Hawaii at Manoa
Sjoerd de Ridder | University of Edinburgh
S024. Quality control of seismicity data: precision, completeness, homogeneity, and consistency
Maximilian Werner | University of Bristol
Warner Marzocchi | Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
Jiancang Zhuang | Institute of Statistical Mathematics
S025. Recent Progress in Nuclear Test Monitoring Capability
Raymond Willemann | Air Force Research Laboratory Albuquerque
S026. Seismology Contributions: Advances in Instrumentation and Installation
Linda Warren | St Louis Uni-Earth & Atmos Sci
Caroline Beghein | UCLA - Earth and Space Sciences
S027. Seismology Contributions: Earthquake Ground Motions and Engineering Seismology
Linda Warren | St Louis Uni-Earth & Atmos Sci
Caroline Beghein | UCLA - Earth and Space Sciences
S028. Seismology Contributions: Earthquakes
Linda Warren | Saint Louis University Main Campus
Caroline Beghein | UCLA - Earth and Space Sciences
S029. Seismology Contributions: General
Linda Warren | Saint Louis University Main Campus
Caroline Beghein | UCLA - Earth and Space Sciences
S030. Site Characterization Using Single Station and Array methods
Zack Spica | Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Francisco Luzón | University of Almeria
Francisco Sanchez-Sesma | Instituto de Ingenieria
S031. The Mechanical and Seismological Effects of Dynamic Fracturing on Earthquake Source Mechanics, Fault Zone Structure, and Underground Explosions
Marshall Rogers-Martinez | University of Southern California
Souheil Ezzedine | Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Charles Sammis | University of Southern California
Harsha Bhat | Ecole Normale Supérieure
S032. The Role of Slow Slip Events in the Earthquake Cycle: Stressing, Triggering, and Hazard
Matt Gerstenberger | GNS Science
Yoshihiro Kaneko | GNS Science
Bill Fry | GNS Science
S033. The 15 November 2017 the Pohang Earthquake
Kwang-Hee Kim | Pusan National University
Antonio Pio Rinaldi | ETH Zurich
Stefan Wiemer | ETH Zurich
Jin-Han Ree | Korea University
S034. Waveform and Tomographic Inversion for Natural and Induced Seismic Events
Frederik Simons | Princeton University
Lucia Gualtieri | Princeton University
Tariq Alkhalifah | King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Haijiang Zhang | University of Science and Technology of China
. The 2018 Eruptions of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii and Fernandina and Sierra Negra Volcanoes, Galápagos
Ingrid Johanson | Univ California Berkeley
Matthew Patrick | USGS
Gregory Waite | Michigan Technological University
Claire Horwell | Durham University
DI007. Digital Exploration of Earth's Deep Interior
Maxwell Rudolph | University of California
Andrew Schaeffer | University of Ottawa
Linda Warren | Saint Louis University Main Campus
DI012. Exploring the Earth’s Core: a Multidisciplinary Approach
Marine Lasbleis | ELSI
Emily Hawkins | University of California Los Angeles
Daniele Antonangeli | Sorbonne Université - MNHN - CNRS - IMPMC
Arwen Deuss | Utrecht University
DI017. Probing the Lowermost Mantle
Sanne Cottaar | University of Cambridge
Mingming Li | Arizona State University
Lauren Harrison | EOAS University of British Columbia
Shuai Zhang | Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
DI018. Subducting Slabs in the Mantle
Zhongwen Zhan | CalTech Seismological Laboratory
Fanny Garel | Géosciences Montpellier
Sylvie Demouchy | Géosciences Montpellier
Karin Sigloch | University of Oxford
GP013. Understanding Active Earth Systems through Combined MT/EM and Seismic Datasets
Ninfa Bennington | University of Wisconsin Madison
Paul Bedrosian | USGS
Robert Evans | WHOI
Adam Schultz | Oregon State University
MR020. Precursory deformation before dynamic failure
Sergio Vinciguerra | University of Turin
Wenlu Zhu | University of Maryland College Park
NH016. Ground, Buoys,  Satellite and Model Data: Integrated Approach For Monitoring, Damage Assessment and Early Warning of Natural Hazards
Y Tony Song | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Sudipta Sarkar | NASA Goddard Space Flight CenterScience Systems and Applications, Inc.
Maribeth Stolzenburg | University of Mississippi Main Campus
Ramesh Singh | Chapman University
NH027. Pre-Earthquake Processes: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Earthquake Prediction Studies
Dimitar Ouzounov | Chapman University
Sergey Pulinets | Space Research Institute (IKI)
Katsumi Hattori | Graduate School of Science, Chiba University
Patrick Taylor | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
NH035. Tsunami Research and Early Warning
Y Tony Song | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Kenji Satake | University of Tokyo
Sergio Barrientos | Universidad de Chile
NS001. Advances and Revelations from Geophysical Exploration and Observation in the Cryosphere
Andy Parsekian | University of Wyoming
Atsuhiro Muto | Temple University
Stephanie James | USGS Crustal Geophysics and Geochemistry Science Center Denver
Daniel McGrath | Colorado State University
NS004. A tour of open-source software packages for the geosciences
Lindsey Heagy | University of British Columbia
Florian Wagner | Steinmann Institute, University of Bonn
Lion Krischer | LMU Munich
Jens Klump | CSIRO Earth Science Resource Engineering
NS006. Full-Waveform Inversion, modeling and imaging in Seismology and Near Surface Geophysics
Sajad Jazayeri | University of South Florida Tampa
Nobuaki Fuji | Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
Dmitry Borisov | Princeton University
Vladimir Kazei | King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
T025. Interplay between seismic and aseismic slip: Implications for fault physics
Valere Lambert | California Institute of Technology
Kathryn Materna | University of California Berkeley
Tomoaki Nishikawa | Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University
Yohei Hamada | JAMSTEC
T036. Seismo-tectonic processes along active Latin American margins: earthquakes and aseismic signatures.
Jorge Jara | Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris
Mathilde Radiguet | ISTerre Institute of Earth Sciences
William Frank | University of Southern California
Sergio Ruiz | Universidad de Chile
T038. Shallow subduction zone structure and dynamics
Hongfeng Yang | Georgia Institute of Technology
Yan Hu | USTC University of Science and Technology of China
Shuichi Kodaira | Yokohama National University
Douglas Wiens | Washington University in St Louis
T040. Structure and dynamics of the upper mantle: characterizing the lithosphere-asthenosphere system from crust to transition zone
Andrew Schaeffer | University of Ottawa
Vedran Lekic | University of Maryland
Jolante van Wijk | New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Claire Currie | University of Alberta
T053. Volatile cycling in subduction zones: fluid inputs, pathways & outputs, and their impact on geodynamic processes and natural hazards
Stephen Hicks | University of Southampton
George Cooper | University of Durham
Lidong Bie | University of Liverpool
Richard Davy | Imperial College London
T054. Whose Fault Is It? Relating Structural and Compositional Heterogeneity to Slip Behavior
Hannah Rabinowitz | Brown University
Helen Janiszewski | Carnegie Institution for Science
Ake Fagereng | Cardiff University
Samer Naif | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
T055. Wyoming Craton: From Precambrian core of Laurentia to current state within North America
Raymond Russo | University of Florida
Carol Frost | University of Wyoming
Paul Mueller | Univ Florida-Geology Dept
V027. Interdisciplinary Characterization of Volcanic Explosion Source Dynamics
Kathleen McKee | Carnegie Institution for Science
Sarah Albert | Sandia National Laboratories
Benjamin Andrews | Smithsonian Institution
Maurizio Ripepe | Universita di Firenze
V029. New Insights into Oceanic Spreading Centers from Seafloor Observatories
Christian Baillard | School of Oceanography, University of Washington
Thibaut Barreyre | K.G.J. Centre for Deep Sea Research, University of Bergen
Marjolaine Matabos | IFREMER
David Butterfield | University of Washington, NOAA/PMEL
V041. Upper Crust Evolution:Models of formation and composition
Scott Wipperfurth | University of Maryland College Park
Jill VanTongeren | Rutgers University New Brunswick
C. Keller | Berkeley Geochronology Center
Oliver Jagoutz | Massachusetts Institute of Technology