Programme

The programme of the ESC2020 will be consisted by the following Sessions:

Session 01: Machine learning solutions to seismic problems: Joint Session ESC/SSA

Session 02: Open and FAIR seismology - Consequences, challenges and opportunities

Session 03: Challenges due to massive generation of seismic data. Large-N experiments, fiber optic cables, and how users, data centres and applications will cope with data in the near future

Session 04: The cycle of observational seismology from Waveform Data Collection to scientific products

Session 05: The structure of the central Mediterranean: insights from seismological and geophysical data

Session 06: Bringing seismological issues to the public: a way to foster seismic risk best practice

Session 07: Seismicity and Seismotectonics in Central and Eastern Europe

Session 08: Seismic arrival time determination: The reliability of established and innovative automatic picking techniques compared to manual picking

Session 09: Advancing the (Re)use and preservation of Analog Seismic Data

Session 10: Seismic anisotropy and shear-wave splitting: achievements and perspectives

Session 11: From school seismology to citizen science

Session 12: Seismological and structural studies in Polar Regions and the cryosphere

Session 13: Seismological and geophysical imaging of shallow geological structures at different scales: challenges and perspectives

Session 14: Imaging and modeling 3D fault complexities in FAULT2SHA

Session 15: Earthquake hazard assessment towards seismic risk mitigation in Urban Areas

Session 16: Advances in models, observations and verification towards operational earthquake forecasting

Session 17: Crowdsourcing and macroseismology: reliability, applications and developments

Session 18: Towards operational forecasting of earthquakes and early warning capacity for more resilient societies

Session 19: Physics of earthquakes and seismic sources

Session 20: New seismological workflows: from event detection to earthquake forecasting

Session 21: Physics of earthquake preparation process: from laboratory experiments to earthquake forecast

Session 22: The 2020 European seismic hazard and risk model: new developments and future directions for seismic hazard and risk assessment in Europe

Session 23: Swarm-like and earthquake sequences driven by local transients in tectonic and volcanic areas

Session 24: Physical and statistical models and pattern recognition techniques applied to foreshocks, aftershocks and multiplets at different scales, from laboratory experiments to real-scale observations

Session 25: Research on array seismology and earthquake mechanisms at seismic experimental sites

Session 26: Seismicity and geodynamics in Corinth Gulf and other Near Fault Observatories

Session 27: Networks and open data in seismology the example of HELPOS: Hellenic plate observing system

Session 28: Fast seismo-geodetic rupture inversion for early warning and rapid impact assessment

Session 29: GNSS/InSAR inputs for geodynamic modeling, tectonic strain and seismic hazard in the Mediterranean

Session 30: New challenges for urban engineering seismology

Session 31: Advances in engineering seismology stemming from real-life challenges

Session 32: Induced seismicity: observations, modelling, monitoring, discrimination and risk management strategies

Session 33: Advances in single station and array methods for subsurface characterization onshore and offshore

Session 34: Earthquake Induced Landslides: from triggering to stabilization, methods and techniques of monitoring

Session 35: Tsunamis in Europe and worldwide: Observations, theory and numerical analyses for hazard and risk assessment and risk reduction

Session 36: Advances in Archaeoseismology: Methods, techniques, and case studies

Session 37: Historical earthquake data in seismology practice

Session 38: General Seismology - Recent strong earthquakes