Along with classic tomography research, the co-chairs hope to see some submissions on time-dependent tomography; studies spanning the scales from near-surface imaging to structures tens to thousands of kilometers below the surface; computationally demanding but data-rich full waveform tomography; and joint inversion techniques that include non-seismic data in their models.
Other topics might include the gaps in geographical coverage by tomography instrumentation, the development of new instruments that can be deployed in environments such as the ocean bottom or that piggyback off existing technology such as fiber optic cables, and ways to improve the computational bottleneck that tomographers often face in their modeling.
The co-chairs ask presenters to offer ambitious and forward-thinking ideas about the future of seismic tomography.
Abstract submitters will be asked to provide: an abstract title of no more than 100 characters including spaces, an abstract description of no more than 2,000 characters including spaces and the name, affiliation and email address of up to 30 authors.
Abstracts will be submitted to a general pool. The meeting co-chairs and meeting program committee will group abstracts into sessions based on topic.
Submitters may request an oral or poster presentation, but this preference is not guaranteed. First authors may submit only one abstract to Seismic Tomography 2022.
Abstract submissions will open 1 April–31 May 2022.
Registration for Abstract Submitters
The registration process is largely tied to the submission and acceptance of abstracts. Once an abstract has been accepted by the co-chairs, the presenter will be emailed a special link to register for the meeting. For full details on registering, including registering as a non-presenter, visit the registration page.
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