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Best wishes from the RING Team for 2022!

This animation was generated from a time reversal method developed for seismic source location.
Animation realized by Zoé Renat
, PhD student. See her related work here (2021 RING Meeting)

 

 

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We are very pleased to announce Nicolas' PhD defense on March 05, 2020 in ENSG, Amphi G at 2:00 pm

Stochastic seismic interpretation of salt bodies:

detection, sampling and impact on imaging

 

 

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Congratulations Dr. Nicolas Mastio for this excellent (and remote) PhD defense on 2020 April 21!
 

Improving the global coherency of the Shared Earth Model using static, dynamic and geomechanics data

 
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On the 23rd of March 2021, Melchior will defend his work entitled: "Using Stokes flow equations for the geomechanical restoration of geological structural models". 
 
 
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The defense will be streamed online using Microsoft Teams. Save the date!
 

On the 25th of June 2021, Corentin will defend his work entitled: "Stochastic generator of earthquakes in low-to-moderate seismic activity context: from data to hazard. Study case in France mainland."

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 The defense will be streamed online using Microsoft Teams. Save the date!

Pierre Anquez. ( 2019 )
Université de Lorraine
 
Defended on 12-06-2019, at the University of Lorraine, as part of the Sirena Doctoral School - Science and Engineering of Natural Resources (Lorraine),
in partnership with Géoressources (Nancy) (laboratory)
 

Repair and simplification of geological boundary representation models : impact on mesh and numerical simulation in seismology and hydrodynamics

 
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Melchior Schuh-Senlis will present FAIStokes prototypes on Tuesday, October 12 at 3:30pm (CET).
 
The webinar will start by a 25 minutes presentation followed by a Q&A session.
Please click on the link to join the event and feel free to share it within your organization.
 
Title: Using the FAIStokes software to launch creeping flow simulations
 
Abstract:
In the frame of his PhD, Melchior produced the FAIStokes prototype to perform structural restoration using viscous Stokes flow principle.
In this webinar, the FAIStokes software will be presented, and its main specificities and its installation will be shown.
The process of launching simulations with the code will then be detailed, as well as the various parameters controlling the simulations and how to change them.
Finally, an example will be used to show how to apply this in practice on a specific case.