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Conny Hammer is a Post-Doc at the Swiss Seismological Service (SED), ETH Zürich. Her main research interest is the application of pattern recognition techniques to seismological problems. She works on the automatic detection and classification of continuous seismic waveforms with a focus on gravitational mass movements. Furthermore she concentrates on gaining site specific information from a minimum number of available seismic stations.

ETH Research Collection

Hammer, C., and J. W. Neuberg (2009). On the dynamical behaviour of low-frequency earthquake swarms prior to a dome collapse of Soufrière Hill volcano, Montserrat, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L06305.

Hammer, C., and M. Ohrnberger (2012). Forecasting seismo-volcanic activity by using the dynamical behavior of volcanic earthquake rates, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 229-230:34-43.

Hammer, C., Beyreuther, M., and Ohrnberger, M. (2012). A Seismic-Event Spotting System for Volcano Fast-Response Systems. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 102(3):948-960.

Beyreuther, M., Hammer, C., Wassermann, J., Ohrnberger, M., and Megies, T. (2012). Constructing a Hidden Markov Model based earthquake detector: application to induced seismicity. Geophysical Journal International, 189(1):602–610.