2019 Annual Workshop of the IASPEI/IAVCEI

2019 Annual Workshop of the IASPEI/IAVCEI

Dear Colleagues and Friends,


2019 Annual Workshop of the IASPEI/IAVCEI

Inter-Association Commission on Volcano Seismology and Acoustics co-sponsored by the European Seismological Commission (ESC) – Working Group on Volcano Seismology


The workshop will be held in Garachico, Tenerife, Canary Islands (Spain) from 27 September to 3 October, 2019


Up-dated information regarding registration and accommodation is now
available on our website

http://see.leeds.ac.uk/esc_wg/Wshop/work2019.htm

We encourage participants from the volcano-seismology and acoustic community and other disciplines to join us in Tenerife. This year, we will focus on Automated  detection, identification and classification of volcanic signals
however, we will also discuss the wider volcanological context, hence all volcanologists with an interdisciplinary interest are most welcome.

This will be also the kick-off meeting of a new initiative of the IAVCEI/IASPEI Commission, led by Corentin Caudron (France), Benoit Taisne (Singapore) and Jurgen Neuberg (UK), to investigate new ways to process volcanic monitoring signals in an automated way, employing concepts of machine learning.

Looking forward to seeing you in Garachico,

The convenors:
Maria José Blanco Sanchez, Instituto Geográfico Nacional,Tenerife
Stavros Meletlidis, Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Tenerife
Roberto Carniel, University of Udine, Udine, Italy
Jurgen Neuberg, Leeds University, Leeds, UK

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