June 10 2011 - S&T Video Feed

To build and strengthen its relationship with the broader science community in support of the Treaty, the CTBTO invited the community to a scientific conference CTBT: Science and Technology 2011 (S&T2011) was held from 8 to10 June 2011 at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, Austria.

CTBT: Science and Technology 2011 WMV
  THIRD Day: morning session  
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Theme 3 Introductory Remarks

Mr Federico Guendel
Director, International Monitoring System (IMS) Division, CTBTO

T3-O1. Integrated solutions for a sustainable development of the offshore industry: live monitoring of noise and acoustics events
Michel André et al.

T3-O2. Open data resources and shared instrumentation facilities to support research in seismology
David Simpson

T3-O5. The Optical Seismometer – a new technology for seismographic observations
Jonathan Berger
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
T3-O7. The Optical Fiber Infrasound Sensor – improved wind noise reduction
Jonathan Berger, Mark Zumberge

T3-O13. Measuring mesopause temperature perturbations caused by infrasonic waves - An innovative sensor approach
Michael Bittner, Kathrin Höppner, Christoph Pilger, Carsten Schmidt

T3-O12. The EarthScope USArray Transportable Array: Results from large-scale network operations
Robert Woodward, Robert Busby, Katrin Hafner, David Simpson

T3-O3. Challenges and growth for NEPTUNE Canada
Lucie Pautet, Christopher R. Barnes, Fern Johnson, Mairi M. R. Best, Benoit Pirenne
  THIRD Day: afternoon session  
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
T3-O6. Data for OSI multi-spectral and infrared instrument development
John Henderson, Milton Smith, Michael Zelinski

T3-O8. A new underground radionuclide laboratory - RL16
Joel Forrester, Craig Aalseth, Larry Greenwood, Harry Miley, Cory Overman
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Scientific Concluding Session

Perspective of the scientific community, the policy makers
and the CTBTO Provisional Technical Secretariat

Paul G. Richard, Jay Zucca, Lassina Zerbo
  THIRD Day: closing session  
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Closing ceremony wmv
CTBT: Science and Technology 2011 WMV
  THIRD Day: morning session  
9:00 AM - 11:15 AM

T1-O8. The South Sarigan submarine volcanic eruption, May 2010: an example of International Monitoring System waveform data synergy.
David Green et al.

T1-O12. Neural classification of infrasonic signals from hazardous volcanic eruptions
Garces et al.

T5-O10. Ghana’s experience in the establishment of a National Data Centre
Paulina Ekua Amponsah, Yaw Serfor-Armah

T5-O11. Creating knowledge and building capacity in Uganda
Cynthia Ayero

T5-O12. A CTBT implementation process in Panama to forge broader partnerships
Miguel Gonzalez Marcos, Omayra Perez Castro, Bernardo Fernandez Garcia

T5-O5. Educational outreach as a capacity development strategy, using the Irish example, seismology in schools, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) Outreach Programme
Thomas Blake, Grace Campbell

T5-O9. Infrasound calibration in the Eastern Mediterranean
John Coyne et al.
11:15 AM - 2:00 PM
T2-O6. Analysis of fission products in air samples due to nuclear explosion source
Abdus Sattar Mollah

T2-O9. Effects of non-isotropic explosion sources upon the utility of the Ms-mb discriminant
Paul G. Richards

T2-O4. Numerical experiments on explosions triggering earthquakes
Luis Angel Dalguer, Florian Haslinger, Seok Goo Song, Tarje Nissen-Meyer, Domenico Giardini

T2-O7. Modelling of elastic waves generated by a point explosion
Zurab Kereselidze, Nino Tsereeli

T2-O11. Seismo-acoustic energy partitioning from shallow and surface explosions
Jessie Bonner et al.

T2-O8. The source time function of an explosive source
Anton Ziolkowski

T2-O3. New and novel technologies for CTBT radionuclide measurement and analysis
Harri Toivonen

T2-O13. The IAEA Department of Safeguards: Crossover novel technologies
Andrew Monteith, Julian Whichello
  THIRD Day: afternoon session  
2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
T4-O7. Real-time global seismic wave propagation and non-linear inversion for source and structure
Tarje Nissen-Meyer, Alexandre Fournier, P. Martin Mai, Florian Haslinger, Domenico Giardini

T4-O13. High resolution array processing for earthquake source studies at regional distance
Lingsen Meng, Jean-Paul Ampuero

T4-O11. Reliable Lg arrival time picks and potential for enhanced epicenter
Eystein S. Husebye, Tatiana Matveeva

T4-O5. Improvements to seismic monitoring of the European Arctic using three-component array processing at SPITS
Steven J. Gibbons, Johannes Schweitzer, Frode Ringdal, Tormod Kvaerna, Svein Mykkeltveit