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Albert Tarantola Homage Workshop (Journée 1/2)


Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle


Séminaires exceptionnels

La Grande Galerie de L'Evolution

Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris 08:30-09:00 - Registration and coffee 09:00-09:15 - Vincent Courtillot/Satish Singh: Welcome and Introduction 09:15-09:30 - Georges Jobert: Les chantiers d’Albert/Albert’s workings 09:30-09:45 - Bernard Valette: Inverse theory-How did we get it? 09:45-10:00 - Patrick Lailly: Non-linear inversion: Who was first? 10:00-10:15 - Satish Singh: GTG-1 and PCP-1 10:15-10:30 - Coffee 10:30-10:50 - Raul Madariaga: Problème inverse de la source sismique par une approche Bayesienne 10:50-11:10 - Klaus Mosegaard: Computational problems in physics: quest for symmetry and simplicity 11:10-11:30 - Zvi Koren: Full azimuth angle domain decomposing and imaging 11:30-11:50 - Mark Noble: Seismic tomography following Albert’s philosophy 11:50-12:10 - Heiner Igel: Seismic inverse problems including rotations and strain 12:10-12:30 - Dominique Gibert: Inverse problem = Quest for simplicity 12:30-14:00 - Lunch 14:00-14:20 - Kurt Lambeck: Sea level during the Roman Epoch: implications for more recent sea level change and for archaeology 14:20-14:40 - Olivier Talagrand: Assimilation of observations in meteorology and oceanography 14:40-14:55 - Argyris Nicolaidis: Living in extra-dimension 14:55-15:10 - Bartolome Coll: Café Beaubourg: Albert and I 15:10-15:25 - Jesus Martin: Modèles Newtoniens d'étoiles non sphériques et non tournantes 15:25-15:40 - André Journel : Tarantola’s stochastic inversion and the direct approach by sequential Gaussian simulation: proof of the equivalence 15:40-15:55 - Tea 15:55-16:10 - Francois Cornet: The inverse problem of natural stress evaluation 16:10-16:25 - Bertrand Maillot: Inversion of fault kinematics in sand box experiment 16:25-16:40 - Stephan Nielsen: Creating earthquake avatars in the laboratory 16:40-16:55 - Aldo Zollo: Scaling relations for earthquake source parameters down to decametric fracture lengths