Seismic Instrumentation Technology Symposium 2011
Albuquerque Marriott , Albuquerque , New Mexico , USA

The 2011 Seismic Instrumentation Technology Symposium will be held at Albuquerque Marriott. The meeting is a full day on Thursday, June 16 and 1/2 day on Friday, June 17.

This is the second joint Seismology/Earthquake Engineering/DOD symposium on seismic instrumentation technology. Learn more about the symposium here.

Attendees must register for the meeting as well as make individual hotel reservations. Additional hotel and and travel information is listed below. Please note that the hotel reservation deadline for the group rate is May 17, 2011.

Student and Post Doc travel support may be available. Please indicate your interest for travel support when registering for meeting


Theme: To explore emerging instrumentation technologies that provide solutions for key technical challenges in observational seismology. Symposium will highlight operator perspectives on these challenges as well as emerging technologies in the thematic areas of communications, power, and timing. The symposium will focus on creating and facilitating a dialog between academia, industry, and others.

 

Reservations

Albuquerque Marriott
2101 Louisiana Boulevard NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/abqnm-albuquerque-marriott/

Guests will make their own reservations. Cancellation will be accepted without charge up to 6pm of the day of arrival. Unconfirmed rooms in the reserved block will be released after Tuesday, May, 17 and rooms after this date will be subject to availability.

Transportation

Albuquerque Sunport Airport (ABQ) is 9 miles from the hotel. The hotel does not provide shuttle service. The following ground transportation options are available:

  • Sunport Shuttle - $13 one way(http://sunportshuttle.com/ or (505) 242-0302)
  • Taxi - estimated $20 one way
  • Bus service - $1.50 one way (ABQ Ride (505) 243-7433)

Final Agenda & Presentations

Theme: To explore emerging instrumentation technologies that provide solutions for key technical challenges in observational seismology. Symposium will highlight operator perspectives on these challenges as well as emerging technologies in the thematic areas of communications, power, and timing. The symposium will focus on creating and facilitating a dialog between academia, industry, and others.

Download Final Agenda (51kb pdf)

TIME THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 2011 PRESENTATION
7:00 A.M. Breakfast (Salon F)  
8:00 A.M. Welcome (Salon E)  
  Bob Nigbor, University of California - Los Angeles  
  John Collins, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution  
  Session #1 - Operator Perspective (25 min talks, plus questions)  
8:15 A.M. Observatory Seismology Download
  Lind Gee, U.S. Geological Survey  
  Bob Hutt, U.S. Geological Survey  
8:45 A.M. Large-scale, Temporary Networks Download
  Bob Busby, IRIS Consortium  
9:15 A.M. Engineering Seismology  
  Jameson Steidl, University of California - Santa Barbara  
9:45 A.M. Portable Broadband Seismology - PI Perspective Download
  Matt Fouch, Arizona State University  
10:15 A.M. Break - Lobby  
10:30 A.M. Portable Broadband Seismology - PIC Perspective  
  Tim Parker, PASSCAL Instrument Center Download
11:00 A.M. Timing  
  Frank Vernon, University of California - San Deigo Download
11:30 A.M. Challenges of Operating Modern Instrumentation in a Regional Network Focusing on Challenging Environments. Download
  Roger Hansen, University of Alaska  
12:00 P.M. Lunch (Salon F)  
1:00 P.M. Active Source Download
  Randy Keller, University of Oklahoma  
1:30 P.M. Defense Applications I Download
  Gunnar Radel, Department of Defense  
2:00 P.M. Rapid Response - Ground Motion Download
  Jameson Steidl, University of California - Santa Barbara  
2:15 P.M. Rapid Response - Building Download
  Bob Nigbor, University of California - Los Angeles  
2:30 P.M. BREAK (Lobby)  
3:00 P.M. Rapid Response Seismic  
  George Slad, PASSCAL Instrument Center (On behalf of Anne Meltzer, Lehigh University) Download
3:30 P.M. Early Warning Download
  Tom Heaton, California Institute of Technology  
4:00 P.M. Wrap-Up for Session #1  
4:30 P.M. Session #2 Vendor Introductions (Salon E) Download
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  (5 min. each, product line, latest innovations, looking forward, invitation to discussion at poster)  
6:00 P.M. Posters with cash bar and hors d'oeuvres (starts after vendor talks) - Salons A-D  
TIME FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2011 PRESENTATION
7:00 A.M. Breakfast (Salon F)

Notice:
The registration period for this workshop closed at Fri, June 17, 2011 - 12:00:00 AM.

Notice:
The abstract submission period for this workshop closed at .

Notice:
The whitepaper submission period for this workshop closed at .

Notice:
The webinar registration period for this workshop closed at .

Last Name First Name Institution
Abbott Robert Sandia National Lab
Aderhold Kasey Boston University
Allen Richard University of California-Berkeley
Anandakrishnan Sridhar Penn State
Anderson Kent IRIS
Araki Eiichiro JAMSTEC
Azevedo Steve IRIS-PASSCAL
Baker Eli Air Force Research Lab
Ball Justin University of Colorado
Barklage Mitchell Nodal Seismic
Barstow Noel IRIS-PASSCAL
Bastien Patrick IRIS-PASSCAL
Beaudoin Bruce IRIS-PASSCAL
Belding Dana Sandia National Lab
Bilek Susan New Mexico Tech
Bloomquist Doug IRIS-PASSCAL
Bonal David National Instruments
Bonal Nedra Sandia National Lab
Brown Larry Cornell University
Busby Robert IRIS
Carothers Lloyd IRIS-PASSCAL
Carpenter Paul IRIS-PASSCAL
Clayton Robert Caltech
Collins John Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Dale Steve Combined Resource Group
Denning Jason University of New Mexico
E. Anderson Katherine IRIS-PASSCAL
Evers Brent IRIS
Farr Norman Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Frassetto Andy IRIS
Gallegos Andrea New Mexico State
Gee Lind USGS
Gramann Mark Sandia National Lab
Gridley James IRIS-PASSCAL
Hampshire John HHSeismic
Harder Steven University of Texas-El Paso
Hart Darren Sandia National Lab
Hayward Chris Southern Methodist
Hearn Tom New Mexico State
Heid Frank SFC Energy
Hellweg Peggy Berkeley Seismological Lab
Henderson Brent UNAVCO
Hirshorn Barry NOAA
Hoar Gareth Xeos Techologies
Hodgkinson Kathleen UNAVCO
Hole John Virginia Tech
Hollis Dan Nodal Seismic
Huang Dino MicroSeismic
Hutt Charles USGS
Inglis Derek Xeos Techologies
Jae Yoo Hyun Korea Polar Research Institute
Jen Lin Chin- Academia Sinica
Johnson Michael IRIS-PASSCAL
Johnson Wade UNAVCO
Khan Shah University of Montana
Kittner Stacey Sandia National Lab
Knox Hunter Sandia National Lab
Kromer Richard RPKromer Professional/Technical Services
Makarewicz Eric IRIS-PASSCAL
Manion Steve Kinemetrics
Marcillo Omar Los Alamos National Lab
Marrero Carlos IRIS-PASSCAL
Melgar Diego University of California-San Diego
Merchant Bion Sandia National Lab
MeVay Alex Genasun
Miller Pnina IRIS-PASSCAL
Milligan Don Hewlett-Packard
Montelli Raffaella National Science Foundation
Moores Andrew Nanometrics
Neely James Air Force Research Lab
Nelson David OSOP
Nigbor Robert UCLA
Nordgren Brett OSOP
O'Donnell Jim BC-Geophysics
O'Neill Brit IRIS-PASSCAL
O'Rourke William Sandia National Lab
Oncescu Lani Geotech Instruments
Park Yongcheol Korea Polar Research Institute
Parker Tim IRIS-PASSCAL
Passmore Paul Ref Tek
Pfeifer Cathy IRIS-PASSCAL
Pujols Rafael Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo
R. Evans John USGS
Rademacher Horst Guralp
Raistrick Robert Air Force Research Lab
Ranasinghe Nishath New Mexico State
Randall George Los Alamos National Lab
Raymond Philip USGS
Reusch Mouse IRIS-PASSCAL
Ringler Adam USGS
Rodriguez Angel OSOP
Ross Zachary University Southern California
Rutledge Jim Schlumberger
Sampson Daniel University of California-Santa Cruz
Saripalli Srikanth Arizona State
Sauter Allan IRIS-PASSCAL
Schmandt Brandon University of New Mexico
Schult Rick Air Force Research Lab
Simpson David IRIS
Skaggs Jason Sandia National Lab
Slad George IRIS-PASSCAL
Smith Dennis Applied Technology Associates
Song WenZhan Georgia State
Steim Joseph Quanterra
Taylor Steven Rocky Mountain Geophysics
Templeton Mary IRIS
Thomas Dave IRIS-PASSCAL
Trehu Anne Oregon State
Ulbricht Pete IRIS-PASSCAL
VanZandt Tom Metrozet
Vernon Frank University of California-San Diego
Walter Jacob Georgia Tech
Wang Hua Georgia Tech
Webb Derry IRIS-PASSCAL
West John Arizona State
Wilson David USGS
Woodward Bob IRIS
Xie Jiakang Air Force Research Lab
Zimakov Leonid Ref Tek

Notice:
The scholarship application period for this workshop closed at .

Important Dates

  • Registration open:
    Fri, April 01, 2011
  • Registration deadline:
    Fri, June 17, 2011

Workshop Location
Albuquerque Marriott