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Sunday, 14 June 2015

8:00 - 12:00: CORSSA workshop (by invitation only).
14:00/16:00: Guided walking tours through Potsdam (by reservation only). Both tours start at the conference hotel. The longer one starts at 14:00 (until 17:00) and the shorter one starts at 16:00 (until 18:00)
16:00 - 20:00: Registration
18:00 - 22:00: Icebreaker

Monday, 15 June 2015

8:00 - 10:00: Registration
Morning: Scientific program
Afternoon:Scientific program
Evening: Free

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Morning: Scientific program
Afternoon:Scientific program
Evening: Conference dinner

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Morning: Scientific program
Afternoon:Scientific program
Evening: Free

Thursday, 18 June 2015

All day: Field trip to the Spreewald (see Details on the Field Trip page).

Friday, 19 June 2015


Scientific Program

The workshop program is covering the following session topics:

The Physics of Earthquakes on Different Scales

  • Earthquake geology
  • Improving our understanding of nucleation, friction, faulting, earthquake triggering and interaction
  • Impact of aseismic transient deformations (e.g. related to slow slip, tremor, fluids)
  • Quantifying earthquake cycles by integrating geological and geodetic data
  • Exploiting repeating earthquakes

Modeling of Seismicity: Statistical Problems and Solutions + Applications

  • Earthquake statistics
  • Uncertainty assessment
  • (Physics-constrained) statistical models
  • Data assimilation

Understanding and Quantifying Induced Seismicity

  • Analysis of laboratory experiments and field data of mining, fluid and waste water injection, fracking
  • Estimation of expected magnitudes
  • Discrimination between natural and induced seismicity

New Perspectives in Probabilistic Earthquake Forecasting and Testing

  • Operational forecasts
  • Time-dependent seismic hazard
  • Hybrid/ensemble forecasting
  • New developments in statistical testing

Confirmed Speakers

  • Céline Beauval
  • Thomas Braun
  • Emily Brodsky
  • Karin Dahmen
  • Delphine Fitzenz
  • Agnes Helmstetter
  • Yan Kagan
  • Aitaro Kato
  • Grzegorz Kwiatek
  • Eugenio Lippiello
  • Yosihiko Ogata
  • Takahiro Omi
  • David Rhoades
  • Serge Shapiro
  • Anne Socquet
  • Matteo Taroni
  • Lifeng Wang
  • Ting Wang
  • Max Werner