Observatories and Research Facilities for EUropean Seismology
Volume 2, no 1 March 2000 Orfeus Newsletter


Announcements

  • ORFEUS Java workshop

    "The use of Java in seismological applications"
    May 2-4, 2000, Nice, France.
    Detailed information is available from the web pages.

  • Training course on Moment Tensor Inversion

    September 18-20, 2000, Erlangen, Germany
    Detailed information is available from the web pages

  • ESC XXVII General Assembly Session on "Data exchange in Europe"

    We would like to invite contributions. For detailed description see session WSB2. Please contact one of the convenors Bernard Dost or Florence Riviere

  • ESC XXVII General Assembly Session on "Moment Tensor Determination"

    We would like to invite contributions. For detailed description see session WSB2. Please contact one of the convenors Cezar-Ioan Trifu or Jan Sileny

  • ORFEUS/MEREDIAN work meeting at ESC,September 2000

    At the ESC General Assembly meeting in Portugal in September 2000 ORFEUS will organise a Workmeeting in which the different MEREDIAN (new EC project for research infrastructure) activities will be discussed informally. Program and date will be announced in July/August 2000.

  • GSE2SEED version 1.1

    Version 1.1 of GSE2SEED is available. Version 1.0 had some bugs which have been taken care off. GSE2SEED converts GSE2.0 to full SEED provided that all information (including poles and zeros formulation of the response function) is available in the GSE format. Please, report problems, bugs or suggestions for improvement to Reinoud Sleeman.

  • New participants 1999

    ORFEUS registered five new ORFEUS participants:
    Institut für Geowissenschaften, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany. Contact: Prof. Frank Scherbaum
    Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. Contact: Dr. Jiri Zaharadnik
    Department of Seismology, Institute of Geophysics, Polish academy of Sciences, Warchawa, Poland. Contact: Prof. S.J. Gibowicz
    Geophysical Laboratory, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece. Contact: Prof. Takis Hatzidimitriou
    Institut Universitaire Europeèn de la Mer, Plouzane, France. Contact: Dr. Jean-Louis Thirot

  • New AutoDRM installations in Europe

    Danish stations can presently be requested using AutoDRM at autodrm@kms.dk. Data can be requested in both GSE and SEED(!)
    Austrian stations are presently accessible using AutDRM at autodrm@zamg.ac.at.
    Urs Kradolfer at the ETH maintains an overview of available data through AutoDRM with Waves4U



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