Consortium meeting June 27-29, 2005

Three-day meeting of consortium Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures will be held on June 27-29, 2005 in Prague, at the Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, V Holesovickach 2, 180 00 Praha 8, in the seminar room of the Department of Geophysics, 12th floor. It is the same place where the meeting took place previous years. For the location of the building, related maps, city transport, currency, contact phones, faxes, e-mails, etc., refer to the general information.

The meeting will consist of the two-day review meeting and one-day technical meeting.

Programme of the review meeting June 27-28, 2005

June 27:

9.30-12.00:
Information on the results concerning the research program of the project in the tenth year (starting October 1, 2004).
12.00-14.00:
Lunch.
14.00-16.30:
Continuation from the morning. Discussion.

June 28:

9.30-12.00:
Information on the research program for the eleventh year of the project (2005-2006). Discussion.
12.00-14.00:
Lunch.
14.00-16.30:
General discussion.

Lunches

The lunches will be served at the Pawlovnia restaurant.

Technical meeting June 29, 2005

The technical meeting will be devoted mainly to the detailed description of the program packages MODEL, CRT, ANRAY, NET, FORMS, FD and other programs developed in our group. During the session, the authors of the programs can describe physics behind the programs, specification of input data and perform test runs of the programs. The authors will be ready to answer the questions of potential participants of the session as well as to help those who will be interested with the preparation of their own input data. The technical session may also include the detailed presentation of some theoretical and numerical results. Any proposal of additional presentation during the technical session is welcome.

Examples of topics for the technical meeting

We would appreciate very much if potential participants of this session could indicate their interest in the session and the topic to be discussed.

Last update: 16.06.2005