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  • Welcome to the SPICE Home page! — SPICE Homepage
    P ropagation and I maging in C omplex media a E uropean network SPICE is a Marie Curie Research Training Network in the 6th Framework Program of the European Commission Its focus is research and training in all aspects of computational seismology The 4 year project started on January 1 2004 One of the key goals of SPICE is the assembly of an open software library with tools and algorithms

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  • Scope — SPICE Homepage
    converged due to the massive use of numerical methods Modern computational techniques in combination with parallel computer architectures allow the simulation of the complete three dimensional phenomena of wave propagation for realistic complex structures with unprecedented detail This suggests that the reverse processes e g imaging of the Earth s internal structure physical description of hydrocarbon reservoirs monitoring of zones of weakness in constructions characterization of earthquake rupture processes etc will experience a quantum jump in resolution and accuracy over the next decade The SPICE Consortium aims at integrating institutions with specialisations in physical mathematical geological and computational aspects of wave propagation The goal is to develop verify and apply computational tools for wave propagation and imaging problems on all scales With the novel computational algorithms we expect breakthroughs in 1 the determination of global Earth structure 2 the quantitative estimation of shaking hazard 3 the characterization and monitoring of reservoirs 4 understanding the structure and processes inside volcanoes 5 simulating the physical processes of earthquake rupture and 6 characterizing the small scale properties of rocks Computational methodologies play an increasingly important role in Earth Sciences However the curricula are not able to provide the required teaching to equip young

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  • Research — SPICE Homepage
    IPG Prof Seriani OGS and Erika Vye LMU The focus is on the development of www pages a database with simulation results and a library of simulation codes TG 2 Numerical Methods TG leader Prof Vilotte IPG and Prof Igel LMU This task group focuses on new directions in numerical methods applied to the problem of seismic wave propagation as well as associated problems such as grid generation for complex models and parrallel algorithms TG 3 Planetary Scale TG leader Prof Trampert UU and Prof Morelli INGV The focus is on any aspects of wave propagation on a scale where the near spherical geometry of our planet has to be accounted for This involves the application of 3D modeling tools in global seismology and inverse problems TG 4 Local Scale TG leader Dr Martin Mai ETH and Prof Madariaga ENS Focuses on wave propagation and rupture problems on scales up to several hundred kilometres The moan goals are the development of tools to accurately simulate rupture for complex fault geometries and the understanding of the source induced high frequency signals in strong ground motion TG 5 Small Scale Section Exploration seismics TG leader Prof Seriani OGS and Prof Holliger ETH

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  • Partners — SPICE Homepage
    complete list of all official partner institutes affiliated with the SPICE project with links to their websites Lead Scientists Here we list the lead scientists of each institute with contact details CV publication list research interests etc Researchers Here we list all project participants of SPICE at the PhD and postdoc level who are currently involved in the project Contact details CV publications and research interests are provided Associated Researchers

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  • Events — SPICE Homepage
    off The SPICE Kick off Meeting was held 18 21 January 2004 in Sudelfeld Meetings The various task groups in the SPICE network on meeting regularly Please check here for information on past and upcoming meetings Special Sessions Within the SPICE project several special sessions at international Meetings are planned Look here for information on upcoming and past meetings Workshops SPICE organises open Research and Training Workshops in each project

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  • Contact — SPICE Homepage
    by the Geophysics Section of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich Germany Further information can be obtained from the SPICE project administrator Greta Küppers Greta Küppers SPICE Administrator Geophysics Section Theresienstraße 41

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  • Links — SPICE Homepage
    Projects and Initiatives DEISA Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Application EGEE Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics Schlumberger Cambridge ORFEUS Observatories and Research Facilities for EUropean Seismology MArs Geophysical European network European Commission Marie Curie Actions Framework 6 CORDIS Sixth Framework Programme

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  • Library — SPICE Homepage
    open source codes in computational seismology 2 supporting training material on the various numerical methods employed 3 benchmark solutions for forward and inverse problems in seismology and 4 publications of the SPICE team Any feedback is welcome Publications Software Downloads

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