The PHASE Project
The goals of the PHASE project (Physics and Application of Seismic Emissions) are to develop a better understanding of the physics of fluid induced microseismicity, to establish physical fundamentals for microseismic monitoring and to further develop the seismicity based reservoir characterization approach. The project includes numerical, theoretical and real-data based studies.
DGG 2017 Contributions
The seismic group presents several contributions at this year's DGG meeting.
SEG 2016 Contributions
The seismics group presents numerous contributions at this year's SEG meeting.
EAGE 2016 Contributions
The seismics group presents numerous contributions at this year's EAGE meeting in Vienna.
Successful Girls Day 2016
For the third time the seismics group participated in the am Girls Day event.
EGU 2016 Contributions
The Seismics group was actively participating in the EGU in Vienna.
DGG 2016 - Bloch wins Award
Seismic Working at this year's DGG, Wasja Bloch wins the best Oral Presentation Award.
SEG Student Chapter awarded
SEG Student Chapter has been named the 2015 SEG Student Chapter Wiki Champion.
EAGE 2015 Contributions
At the EAGE 2015 in Madrid, several members of the PHASE research team present their work.
"Fluid Induced Seismicity" published
The book "Fluid Induced Seismicity" by S.A. Shapiro was recently published by Cambridge University Press.
Wasja Bloch wins best Oral Award at DGG 2015
At this years' annual meeting of the DGG Wasja Bloch was one of the three award winners for the best oral presentation.
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The PHASE Meeting 2018 will be held from 21st to 23rd February in Berlin.