The objectives are:
Regional Infrasound Workshop
Infrasound Integrated Training
The PTS is exploring ways to improve the performance of the IDC’s automatic processing pipeline, an important aspect of which is the timely and high-quality automatic processing of aftershock sequences and other recurring events. For this reason the PTS launched a project with the objective to evaluate three algorithms that will help address this issue, namely the Empirical Matched Field algorithm by NORSAR, the SeisCorr algorithm by Sandia National Labs and the XSEL algorithm by the IDC.
The objective of this technical expert meeting is threefold:
Meeting participants are welcome to contribute to the technical meeting by making 15 minute presentation(s) related to the topics above.
The 3rd Science Diplomacy Symposium, to be held from 30 March to 3 April 2020 in Vienna, Austria, will focus on increasing access to scientific advice, encouraging capacity development for science, and fostering collaboration between scientists and policymakers.
The Symposium is open to all who are interested, and participation is free of charge. A live stream and a video archive of the Symposium will be available. Participants can register to take part in the Symposium either online or in person.
Provide a forum for NDC experts to share experience in fulfilling their verification responsibilities;
Provide NDC feedback to the PTS on all aspects of the data, products, services and support NDCs in their work; under this objective, special emphasis will be put on:
- NDC contribution to Performance Monitoring and Testing (through NPEs and other means)
- Discussion on NDC involvement in the IDC Progressive Commissioning Plan
- Discussion of recent and on-going IDC projects:
To provide Station Operators with the basic knowledge and technical understanding on the operations, maintenance and management of an IMS station using waveform technology and, more specifically, to provide hands-on training on Nanometrics equipment.