CMG 2016 : 31st IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics, Paris. Geo-Physics, from Mathematics to Experiments
6-10 Jun 2016 Paris (France)
(Photo: Julien Aubert)
The 31st edition of the Conference on Mathematical Geophysics (CMG) of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) is to be held in Paris on June 6th to 10th, 2016. The CMG takes place every two years all over the world, and covers a wide spectrum of current research topics in Geophysics: physical based modelling and measurements in Geophysics, using mathematical and numerical approaches. The subjects of study span accross many geophysical topics, like e.g. terrestrial, atmospheric and oceanic flows, seismology, modelling of seismic sources and eruptions. This conference is traditionally dedicated to theoretical and modeling works but in 2016, it will also emphasize works with an experimental side or related to experimental investigation -- in particular conceptual experiments that address physical mechanisms and scaling laws.
The call for abstracts is now closed. Abstracts have been selected by conveners, and registration is open.
The selection of abstracts is now completed by the conveners of the sessions, emails have been sent to the participants about the status of their abstracts , and registration is open. THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO May 31st. THE OPTIONS FOR HOUSING THROUGH THE CMG PORTAL ARE NOW CLOSED.
List of Scientific Sessions
1. Earth Systems and Planets
2. Fluid and Granular Flows
2a. Gravitational flows
Maria T. Zuber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Chris Paola, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA
Local Organizing Committee
Philippe Claudin, CNRS, ESPCI
Advisory Scientific Committees
The IUGG Commission on Mathematical Geophysics (IUGG-CMG) acts as the advisory scientific body for the conference on mathematical geophysics.
The IUGG-CMG Executive Committee
Yehuda Ben-Zion, University of Southern California, USA (Chair)