Njord Seminar Series fall '21

We are delighted to cordially invite you to Njord Seminar Series for the fall semester of 2021. 

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We have an exciting and diverse schedule, with interesting speakers and topics, and we are very much looking forward to the talks. Due to the circumstances, all talks in the series this semester will be taking place on Zoom, Fridays at 2 PM CET.

Below you can see the schedule. The talks are 45 minutes long, with 10-15 minutes allocated for questions and discussion at the end.

Recordings of some of the seminars is available upon request, get in contact with Mino.

Date Confirmed speaker Title of talk Njord-host Recording
August 20th Renaud Toussaint (Universite de Strasbourg/University of Oslo) Induced seismicity under Strasbourg: Possible mechanisms Tom Vincent-Dospital  
August 27th Eric Larose (University Grenoble Alpes)

Environmental seismology: an emerging tool for probing slopes stability, rockfalls, and the evolution of the permafrost

François Renard Available upon request
September 3rd Luke Zoet (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Investigating subglacial processes through seismicity and experimentation Kjetil Thøgersen Available upon request
September 10th Christopher W. MacMinn (University of Oxford) Fluid-fluid phase separation in a soft porous medium    
September 17th Internal seminar
October 1st Mathijs Janssen (University of Oslo) Electrolyte relaxation near electrified surfaces—from flat plates to nanoporous supercapacitors    
October 8th Julien Scheibert (Ecole Central Lyon)

Towards the design of contact interfaces with a specified friction law

Olivier Galland  
October 22nd Martijn van der Ende (Université Côte d'Azur)

Earthquakes, fibre-optic cables, and a zebra: intelligent solutions for tomorrow's seismology

Jessica McBeck Available upon request
October 29th Anna Rogowitz (University of Vienna)

Transforming a gabbro into an eclogite without fracturing - A tale of opening and closing fluid pathways

Luca Menegon  
November 5th Jordi Bolibar (Utrecht University)

Towards interpretable, physics-informed machine learning models for glacier evolution

John M. Aiken Available upon request
November 12th Camilla Cattania (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

How do earthquakes begin? Numerical and theoretical insights into the nucleation processes of small and large earthquakes

Fabian Barras Available upon request
December 3rd Richard Walker (Leicester University)

The rock record of igneous sheet intrusions: the preservation of magma emplacement processes

Olivier Galland  



Published Aug. 18, 2021 2:56 PM - Last modified Dec. 28, 2021 8:48 AM