- Seismic Tomography: What Comes Next?
- Meeting Dates
- Meeting Location
- SIG at the Annual Meeting
- Visa Letters
- Important Deadlines
Seismic Tomography: What Comes Next?
As the field of seismic tomography enters its middle age, it’s time to take stock of the field’s accomplishments, challenges and prospects. This new SSA meeting aims to be a forum for tomography experts and adjacent researchers to present recent findings and evaluate techniques and models. We encourage attendees to come with ambitious and even “wild ideas” for advancing tomography’s reach in the geosciences.
We encourage submissions in classic tomography research, full waveform tomography, time-dependent tomography, near-surface imaging and joint inversion research, along with discussion of uncertainty analysis, imaging instrumentation, quantitative interpretation of images and new imaging tools such as ambient noise interferometry.
Westin Harbour Castle
1 Harbour Square
Toronto, Ontario M5J 1A6 Canada
Getting there: Guests may use a ferry terminal shuttle for a surcharge and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Special Interest Group
At the 2020 Annual Meeting, SSA will hold a Special Interest Group to discuss the Tomography 2020 meeting. The Co-chairs encourage SSA members to attend and be involved in shaping and developing the Tomography meeting to serve the community. This event will take place the evening of Wednesday, 29 April.
SSA provides invitation letters to those who meet one of the below requirements:
- You are a confirmed presenter at the Tomography meeting.
- You are a convener at the Tomography meeting.
- You have registered for the Tomography meeting.
SSA recommends international participants apply for visas at least two months before the meeting. Please remember to contact your consulate to determine the wait time for an interview.