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Student Presentation Awards

In order to help identify outstanding work by SSA student members, the SSA Board initiated the Student Presentation Award. The award will be given for an excellent poster presentation or talk at each Annual Meeting. The award may be given to 0-15% of the presenting students at the meeting, based upon an absolute standard of excellence and criteria developed by the Student Presentation Subcommittee of the Honors Committee. At the time of the presentation each award winner must be registered as a student and also must be a Student Member of SSA in good standing. All student presenters will be considered eligible for the award. Students, to help identify yourself as an eligible student presenter, be sure to check the relevant box on your abstract submission for the Annual Meeting. Questions may be directed to Christopher DuRoss, Chair of the Student Presentation Award Subcommittee <christopherduross [at] utah [dot] gov>.


2014 Student Presentation Award Winners

The SSA Student Presentation Awards recognize excellence in student poster presentations or talks at the annual meeting. The award is given to up to 15% of the number of students presenting at the annual meeting whose presentations meet absolute criteria that cover the quality of both content and presentation. The 2014 SSA Student Presentation Awards were given based on evaluation by the Student Award subcommittee, chaired by Chris DuRoss (Utah Geological Survey) and including Kris Pankow, Noel Barstow, Katsuichiro Goda, and Ryan Gold, who were assisted by dozens of evaluators among the conference attendees. From among a total of 138 student presentations evaluated at the 2014 SSA Annual Meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, the subcommittee chose the following 12 for recognition:

[Photo of Sanjay Singh Bora]Sanjay Singh Bora
University of Potsdam

A New Perspective towards the Generation of Response Spectral Ground Motion Prediction Equation for Seismic Hazard Analysis

S. S. Bora, F. Scherbaum, N. M. Kuehn, P. J. Stafford, B. Edwards

[Photo of Ashley Cabas]Ashley Cabas
Virginia Tech

The Importance of the Elastic Half Space Assumption in Site Response Analysis

A. Cabas, A. Rodriguez-Marek, R.A. Green

[Photo of Demian Gomez]Demian Gomez
Center for Earthquake Research and Information

A Linear Formulation for Earthquake Location in a Homogeneous Half-Space Based on the Bancroft Algorithm Developed for GPS Location

D. D. Gomez, C. A. Langston, R. Smalley

[Photo of Kayla Kroll]Kayla Kroll
UC Riverside

Modeling Observed Aftershock Sequences with an Earthquake Simulator

K. A. Kroll, K. B. Richards-Dinger, J. H. Dieterich

[Photo of Patricia Martínez-Garzón]Patricia Martínez-Garzón
GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences

Induced Seismicity Mechanisms at The Geysers Geothermal Field from the Analysis of Stress Field Variations Related to Fluid Injection

P. Martínez-Garzón, G. Kwiatek, M. Bohnhoff, G. Dresen, C. Hartline

[Photo of Lindsay Sabey]Lindsay Sabey
Virginia Tech

Body and Surface-Wave Ambient-Noise Seismic Interferometry across the Salton Sea Geothermal Field, California

L. E. Sabey, J. A. Hole, L. Han, J. M. Stock, G. S. Fuis

[Photo of Katharina Unglert]Katharina Unglert
University of British Columbia

Volcanic Tremor and Frequency Gliding during the 2011 Kamoamoa Eruption, Kilauea, Hawai`i

K. Unglert, A. M. Jellinek

[Photo of Maureen Walton]Maureen Walton
The University of Texas at Austin Institute for Geophysics

Basement Structure and Earthquake Hazards along the Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault System, Southeastern Alaska

M. A. L. Walton, S. P. S. Gulick, P. J. Haeussler, E. Roland

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