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2018 UNAVCO Science Workshop - Ignite! UNAVCO, Sponsored by Septentrio

Ignite! UNAVCO Session
Wednesday, March 28, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

What's an Ignite! Session?

Enlighten us, but make it quick! Ignite presenters share their professional passions, using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds for a total of just five minutes. It's fun, it's fast and it's enlightening!

2018 Ignite! UNAVCO

For the 2018 UNAVCO Science Workshop, please focus your Ignite presentation on how your work, your research provides value to society. What do you do and what impact does your work have? Does it contribute to education, local community, national or international initiatives, policy, resilience to hazards, security, the economy, education, or other benefits to society?


  • Freysteinn Sigmundsson, University of Iceland
    Iceland: The Natural Laboratory for Volcanology
  • Jean-Mathieu Nocquet, Geosciences Azur, Nice
    How Science Can Improve Preparedness and Resilience to Earthquakes in Ecuador
  • Susan Schwartz, University of California, Santa Cruz
    Where's Waldo? Template Matching to Better Understand Fault and Glacier Motion
  • Giorgio Savastano, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    VARION – A New Technique to Detect Tsunamis from the Sky
  • Elisabetta D’Anastassio, GNS Science, New Zealand
    GNSS Data: From the Ground to the Cloud
  • Timothy “Tim” Dixon, University of South Florida
    Improving Earthquake and Tsunami Forecasts in Subduction Zones: The Importance of Shallow Slow Slip
  • David “Dave” Adams, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    GPS Precipitable Water Vapor; The Critical Variable for Tropical Deep Convection
  • Hilary Martens, University of Montana
    Earth Deformation Driven by Surface Mass Loading
  • Edwin “Ed” Nissen, University of Victoria
    Differential Lidar: Illuminating Shaky Ground
  • Patricia “Patty” Mothes, Instituto Geofísico- Escuela Politécnica Nacional, Quito- Ecuador
    A Tale of Two Restless Volcanoes and Their Teachings
  • Timothy “Tim” Melbourne, Central Washington University
    Global Seismic Monitoring with Real Time GNSS

Check out the Ignite! 2018 Science Workshop, Ignite! 2016 Science Workshop, the Ignite! 2014 Science Workshop, and the Ignite! 2012 Science Workshop presentations on the UNAVCO YouTube channel.

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