22 April 2019–This year’s SSA Annual Meeting includes three joint sessions with the Seismological Society of Japan, continuing a long-standing partnership with SSJ and SSA members. The three session topics—Machine Learning in Seismology, Next Generation Earthquake Early Warning Systems: Advances, Innovations and Applications and The Science of Slow Earthquakes from … Continue Reading »
Earlier this year, Los Angeles became one of the first cities in the country to roll out ShakeAlert – a dedicated earthquake early warning system. Advanced warning of an earthquake has long been a goal for everyone from seismologists to local governments. Especially in cities like Los Angeles, located along … Continue Reading »
Writing a research paper can be hard. Publishing your paper can be even harder. The “Getting Published – Writing a Good Scientific Paper” workshop, held Tuesday, 23 April at the 2019 SSA Annual Meeting, will give participants the tools they need to organize, write and publish their papers with confidence. … Continue Reading »
Attendees at the 2019 SSA Annual Meeting have an opportunity to learn a better way to access, analyze and interpret geodetic data at the “Measuring Fault Parameters and Slip from Geodetic Imaging Data using GeoGateway Online Tools” workshop, held Tuesday, 23 April from 1–5 p.m. GeoGateway – a system of … Continue Reading »
Scientists have a lot of skills. They just don’t always know how to market those skills, especially when they’re trying to get their careers off the ground or feel they’ve hit a dead end. That’s what the “Achieve Your Career Goals” workshop aims to change. “There’s not a lot of … Continue Reading »
In response to the U.S. Government shutdown, SSA has taken several steps in the hope that government employees will be able to fully participate in the SSA Annual Meeting. Please check here for future updates.
25 January 2019: The Co-Chairs have nearly completed the process of scheduling all oral presentations. Here’s what to expect next if you are a government employee affected by the shutdown. … Continue Reading »