NEWS received from
Luca Piciullo (NGI Norway)
First Workshop on Seismic noise and Geophysical monitoring for the IoT-based methods and analyses Working group
July 5, 2022 — 16:00 – 17:30 CET
Dr. Eric Larose is a CNRS Director of Research at Joseph Fourier University in Grenoble, France. Eric is the Director of LABCOM, a joint industry-academia research partnership focused on developing innovative technologies and methodologies to monitor and predict natural and artificial instabilities. Eric has a history of transdisciplinary work related to natural hazard monitoring. His expertise lies in geophysics and seismology.
Dr. Jim Whiteleyis a geophysicist, with expertise in integrating seismic investigation methods with well-established electrical resistivity tomography monitoring methods. His research focuses on the application of these methods to monitor landslides, with an emphasis on establishing hydrogeological and geomechanical precursors to slope failure. He is currently employed at the British Geological Survey.
Dr. Malgorzata Chmiel is Postdoc at Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL). She is a geophysicist, with expertise in seismic data (ground vibrations) generated by mass movements and ambient noise sources. Her research focuses the application of machine learning to natural hazards (e.g., debris flow detection with machine learning and seismic data).