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Morning 8:00 - 11:00Afternoon 15:00 - 18:00 Evening
So 20.2. -

18:00  Icebreaker/Dinner

Preparation of virtual boxes
Mo 21.2.

Python & Obspy Introduction (Barsch)

  • Python data types
  • IPython
  • standard modules
  • online resources
  • ObsPy data types
  • built-in methods of ObsPy data types

ObsPy Exercise (Megies)

  • different ways to read/fetch data/metadata
  • basic signal processing steps
  • exercises (instrument simulation, magnitude estimation,..)
  • Introduction & Exercise
Di 22.2

From elastic wave equations to the ADER-DG method (Pelties)

  • elastic wave equation
  • spatial discretization: grids and meshes
  • numerical approximation with polynomials
  • Riemann problem & numerical flux
  • ADER time integration

SeisSol2D (Pelties)

  • workflow
  • mesh file (meshing demonstration) & mesh partitioning
  • parameter file
  • output & post-processing
  • how to compile and run SeisSol
Bogner Night (ski movie)
Mi 23.2.

Seissol practicals (Pelties)

  • basin effects
  • topography
  • low velocity zone
  • spherical Earth
  • dynamic rupture
Free afternoon
Do 24.2.

Spectral element method (Fichtner)

  • General introduction, overview of applicartions
  • spectral element discretisation
  • Practical: forward modelling (I/O)
  • Special topics (dissipation, point sources, ABCs)

Spectral element method (Fichtner)

  • Seismic waveform tomography
  • Adjoint method
  • Frechet kernel gallery
  • Practical: sensitivtiy kernels
  • Special topics: source inversion, time reversal imaging
Special Bavarian dinner
Fr 25.2.

Spectral element method (Fichtner)

  • Gradient methods, nonlinear optimisation
  • non-uniqueness, multiscale approach
  • regularisation
  • misfit functionals (what shall I measure?)
  • Recent developments
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