Seminar aktuelle Forschungsthemen (Geophysik) / Institut für Geowissenschaften / Wintersemester 2017/2018 (2017-10-01 - 2018-03-31)

(Die Vorträge finden am Mittwoch um 10 c.t. im R. 111 (OHP 1) statt. (Gebäudeliste))

(Downloads sind unter der URL http://www.geophysik.uni-kiel.de/~holzrichter/SAFT zu finden.)




Datum Vortragende Titel
2017-10-25 Sebastian Krastel, Jörg Ebbing, Heidrun Kopp
Kiel
AG Vorstellung Krastel + AG Vorstellung Ebbing + AG Vorstellung Kopp
2017-11-01 Thomas Meier, Dennis Wilken
Kiel
AG Vorstellung Meier + AG Vorstellung Rabbel
2017-11-08 Eva Bredow
GFZ Potsdam
How plume-ridge interaction affects the surface of the Earth - Insights from geodynamic models
2017-11-15 Mikhail Kaban
GFZ Potsdam
Diverse Continental Subduction Scenarios along the Arabia-Eurasia Collision Zone
2017-11-22 Christian Gerhards
Computational Science Center, University of Vienna
The Assumption of Spatially Localized Magnetizations and its Effect on some Inverse Problems in Geomagnetism
Abstract
2017-11-29 Simon Daout
IfG
Measuring and modelling the seismic cycle with space geodesy
2017-12-06 Josef Sebera
ESA
Global magnetic susceptibility mapping from satellites and time-varying crustal field
2017-12-13 Birger Lühr
GFZ Potsdam
Geophysikalische Struktur-Untersuchung vulkanischer Systeme
2017-12-20 ENTFÄLLT
ENTFÄLLT
ENTFÄLLT
2018-01-10 Gabi Laske
IGPP, San Diego
ADDOSS: Autonomously Deployable Deep-Ocean Seismic System - Communications Gateway for Ocean Observatories
2018-01-17 Ludger Timmen
Uni Hannover
Gravimetrische und geometrische Messungen im Landhebungsgebiet Fennoskandiens
2018-01-24 Stefan Schmid
Universität Basel
Alps-Apennines and Alps-Dinarides transitions: so far available geophysical data from a geological perspective
2018-01-31 Clint Conrad
CEED Oslo, Norway
Misshapen Earth: Inferring Dynamic Topography from Bathymetry and Plate Motions
2018-02-07 Celine Hadziioanou
Uni Hamburg
Characteristics of the ocean-generated seismic noise wavefield



Liste der Abstracts

  • 2017-11-22 / Christian Gerhards:

    The Assumption of Spatially Localized Magnetizations and its Effect on some Inverse Problems in Geomagnetism

    Many problems in geoscience suffer from non-uniqueness issues. A particular example is the reconstruction of magnetizations from knowledge of the corresponding magnetic field. In this talk, we give an overview on recent results in that direction and the consequences for some related problems. Such related problems are the separation of geomagnetic fields into a crustal and a core contribution and the reconstruction of inducing dipole directions from knowledge of the induced magnetic field. We focus on the assumption that the underlying magnetizations are spatially localized and illustrate that this can improve on the intrinsic non-uniqueness of the problems.

  • Letzte Änderung: 2017-12-15 / 12:27  Dr. N. Holzrichter