CRL School 2018

 

Friday 21 September to Tuesday 25 September 2018

Download the programme (version of 23/08/2018)

Objectives of the CRL School 2018

  • Gather students from various Greek and foreign universities working together at CRL and with different background
  • In the framework of EGU-GIFT and EDUMED, associate school teachers and high schools to the didactic program and activities
  • Discover the research performed in Geophysics and Geology in the Rift of Corinth
  • Learn more about SAR interferometry (SAR interferometry, the SENTINEL mission, the Geohazards Exploitation Platform (GEP) and its application to CRL)
  • Learn more about GPS (theory, measurements in the field)
  • Learn more about seismology (with didactic tools) and learn more about the seismicity in the Corinth Rift
  • Learn more about sea, sea level, tsunami, …
  • Go on board of a marine geophysics vessel
  • Learn more about geotechical aspects of the seismic hazard in the area, the case of the Rio-Antirio bridge
Press Release for the School:
  • Document disseminated through the municipality of Nafpaktos to the media
  • Dissemination from the National Observatory of Athens
  • Dissemination from the National & Kapodestrian University of Athens 
Find you way to the School:
GEP Courses material:

Friday 21 September

  • Welcome to the CRL School 2018 (Vassilis Anastassopoulos, University of Patras)
  • Seismic network of the Corinth Rift Laboratory and micro-seismicity in the last 20 years (Anne Deschamps, CNRS/Université Côte d’Azur/EduMed)
  • Monitoring the deformation with GPS (Pierre Briole, CNRS/ENS/PSL)
  • Monitoring the deformation with InSAR (Panagiotis Elias, Observatory of Athens)
  • Coherence normalized difference for an earthquake with magnitude > 5 in GEP (Fabrice Brito, Terradue)
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Saturday 22 September

  • Tectonics, structural setting and tectono-sedimentary processes in the Corinth Rift (Haralambos Kranis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
  • How to build a half-graben (Jean-Arthur Olive, CNRS/ENS/PSL)
  • Paleomagnetic studies of rotational deformations in western Greece at large and small geographic scale (Carlo Laj, ENS/PSL, Catherine Kissel, LSCE/CNRS/CEA, Massimo Mattei, Università Roma Tre)
  • Paleomagnetic data in the Corinth and Megara basins (Greece) and comparison with existing GPS results (Massimo Mattei, Università Roma Tre)
  •  Corinth rift seismicity and applications (George Kaviris, NKUA)
  • Deterministic seismic risk assessment with the use of stochastic simulation of strong ground motion taking into account site-effects and empirical vulnerability. case of the city of Aigion (Ioannis Kassaras, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
  • Discussing the origin of rythmicity and/or cyclicity of few outcrops around Nafpaktos (Christian Beck, Université de Savoie)

Tuesday 25 September

  • Presentation of the Seismology Laboratory, University of Patras (Anna Serpetsidaki, University of Patras)
  • Structural monitoring and geometric control of the Rio-Antorio bridge (Akis Panagis, Gefyra)
  • Recent sedimentary processes in the Gulf of Corinth. Seismic and aseismic turbidites (Spyros Sergiou, University of Patras)

 

Video

Welcome talk by Vassilis Anastassopoulos