Seminar Schedule

The BSL Seminar regularly takes place Tuesdays at 4:00pm (PST) unless otherwise noted. Seminars will be remote until January 28 and then hybrid, with in-person people joining from the BSL Conference Room (220 McCone Hall) and many others joining virtually. Please email BSL Associate Director Doug Dreger (dreger@seismo.berkeley.edu) to be added to the mailing list to receive the Zoom link.

Spring 2022 Seminars

Name Affiliation Title
January 25 Li-Wei Chen

(Presented remotely via Zoom)
UC Berkeley Exit Seminar Accelerating full-waveform inversion at the global scale via source stacking followed by cross-correlations
February 1 Nicolas Coltice

** 12 Noon PST **

(Presented remotely via Zoom)
ENS, Paris Tectonics is a hologram
February 8 Wenbo Wu

(Presented remotely via Zoom)
WHOI Seismic ocean thermometry - challenges and opportunities
February 15 Sujoy Mukhopadhyay UC Davis There and back again: A Story of Earth's volatile accretion and evolution
February 22 Max Rudolph UC Davis Earth's mantle viscosity and the evolution of large-scale structure
March 1 Heather Shaddox BSL Seismic detection of oceanic internal gravity waves
March 8 Julien Aubert

** 12 Noon PST **

(Presented remotely via Zoom)
IPG Paris Rapid geomagnetic variations - a new core message to decipher
March 15 Neala Creasy LANL Seismic Anisotropy from Crust to Core with 3D Forward Wave Simulations and Full Waveform Inversion
March 22 No Seminar Spring Break
March 29 Sarah Lambart Univ. of Utah Melt2Mantle - New proxy to constrain the lithological makeup of the mantle
April 5 Yifang Chen BSL Volumetric interactions between major ruptures and fault zones illuminated by small earthquake properties
April 12 Jin Zhang

**12 Noon PDT**

Univ. of New Mexico Toward quantitative understanding of the volatile storage and transport in the Earth’s interior
April 19 Rishav Mallick Caltech Understanding lithosphere deformation by bridging timescales from earthquake sequences to geodynamics
April 26 William Barnhart USGS-Moffet Earth’s Rapid and Permanent Deformation: The View From Low Earth Orbit
May 3 TBD