14 to 17 March 2017 in Davos, Switzerland
Please note that we reached the capacity limit of 180 people! If you wish to be added to the waiting list, please fill in the information on the registration website.
Registrations are available on a first-come, first-served basis in two different price categories:
- Standard: 380 Swiss francs
- Student: 220 Swiss francs
You can also register an accompanying person for 130 Swiss francs, which includes the ice-breaker, conference dinner, coffee breaks, and lunches.
- Registration: 27 January 2017 - once we reach the capacity limit, registrations will be waitlisted
- Abstract submission: extended to 23 December 2016
- Fellowship application: extended to 23 December 2016
For more information about the abstract submission and fellowship application process please refer to this flyer.
- Tuesday, 14 March 2017: Ice-breaker starting at 18:00
- Wednesday, 15 March 2017: Full-day workshop
- Thursday, 16 March 2017: Full-day workshop
- Friday, 17 March 2017: Workshop until 13:00
Understanding and managing induced and triggered seismicity remains a major challenge for many georesource applications around the globe. Recent incidents, changes in risk perception of societies and regulators, but also novel applications require advances in the scientific understanding of induced seismicity as well as validated frameworks for implementation, mitigation and risk governance.
The second Schatzalp Workshop on Induced Seismicity continues in the tradition of the highly acclaimed first workshop conducted in 2015. The focus of this scientific workshop will be on discussing the state of the art and future directions in all aspects related to induced seismicity.
- Case Studies
- Modeling of Induced Seismicity
- Scaled Experiments
- Risk Governance, Societal Acceptance, and License to Operate
- Monitoring and Analysis of Induced Seismicity
- Industry Projects and Perspective
- Pilot and Demonstration Sites, Future Initiatives
- Gail Atkinson University of Western Ontario, Canada
- Stefan Baisch Q-con GmbH, Germany
- James Dieterich University of California, Riverside, USA
- William L. Ellsworth Stanford University, USA
- Tomas Fischer Charles University, Czech Republic
- Domenico Giardini ETH Zurich, Switzerland
- Yves Guglielmi Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
- Harsh Gupta National Geophysical Research Institute, India
- Susan E. Hough U.S. Geological Survey, USA
- Ernst Huenges GFZ Potsdam, Germany
- Brice Lecampion EPF Lausanne, Switzerland
- Annemarie Muntendam-Bos State Supervision of Mines, Netherlands
- Hiroshi Ogasawara Ritsumeikan University, Japan
- Paul Segall Stanford University, USA
- Gunter Siddiqi Swiss Federal Office of Energy, Switzerland
- Evelina Trutnevyte ETH Zurich, Switzerland
- Mark D. Zoback Stanford University, USA