Seminar aktuelle Forschungsthemen (Geophysik) / Institut für Geowissenschaften / Sommersemester 2018 (2018-04-01 - 2018-09-30)

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

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Datum Vortragende Titel
2018-04-11 Anthony Osei Tutu
GFZ Potsdam
Linking global mantle dynamics with lithosphere dynamics using the geoid, plate velocities and lithosphere stress state as constraints
2018-04-18 Angelo Strollo
GFZ Potsdam
Geofon-Dienste für Geophysiker
2018-04-25 Stefan Wenau
MARUM
Erkennung von Findlingen in marinen Sedimenten mit seismischen Methoden
2018-05-02 Annika Fediuk, Amr El-Sharkawy, Peter Haas
IFG
EGU/DGG Recap
2018-05-09 Wolfgang Rabbel
Uni Kiel
DESCRAMBLE - the hottest hole on earth: prospecting and drilling a super-critical geothermal reservoir
2018-05-16 Florian Wellmann
RWTH Aachen
Probabilistic Geomodeling and the Link to Geophysical Inversion
Abstract
2018-05-30 Christoph Sens-Schönfelder
GFZ Potsdam
Dynamic softening of heterogeneous Earth-like materials and its physical origin
2018-06-06 Stephan Costabel
BGR
Aktuelle Anwendungsmöglichkeiten und Entwicklungspotenzial der Oberflächen-Nuklearmagnetischen Resonanz
2018-06-13 Holger Steffen
 
Landhebung Nordeuropas
2018-06-20 Joachim Ritter
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Upper Mantle Structure and Deep Seismicity below the Eifel Volcanic Fields
2018-06-27 Stefan Fabbri
Universität Bern
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2018-07-04 Michael Dähne
Meeresmuseum Strahlsund
Schall und Meeressäuger



Liste der Abstracts

  • 2018-05-16 / Florian Wellmann:

    Probabilistic Geomodeling and the Link to Geophysical Inversion

    Geological models often provide an important basis for subsequent subsurface investigations. As these models are generally built with a limited amount of information, they can contain significant uncertainties. We present here results of recent developments to address this problem with an efficient implementation of a geological modelling method for complex structural models, integrated in an efficient probabilistic programming framework. The implemented geological modelling approach is based on a full 3-D implicit interpolation that directly respects interface positions and orientation measurements, as well as the influence of faults and fault networks. In combination, the approach allows us to generate ensembles of geological model realizations. The next logical step is then to use these models in a model-based inversion framework, for example enabling the link to the inversion of gravity data. First results based on this combination will be presented.

  • Letzte Änderung: 2018-06-15 / 16:39  W. Szwillus