Workshop Presentations

Innovative Approaches to Planetary Seismology

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March 15-19, 2010
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA 91125

A pdf of the initial agenda is available here.


Philippe Lognonné - Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP) Planetary Seismology: Introduction and
some Possible Innovations (pdf)
[video presentation]
Patrick Gaulme - Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale (IAS) Seismology of Giant Planets (pdf)
[video presentation]
Bruce Banerdt, JPL A Short Course in Planetary Seismology: Solid Planets (pdf) [video presentation]


GIANT PLANETS GROUP Giant Planet Summary (pdf)
Ken Hurst - JPL

Strain Seismometers and Radar (pdf) and GESS, A 20 Year Plan to Enable Earthquake Prediction (pdf)

Hiroo Kanamori - Caltech Excitation of Internal Gravity Wave (IGW) (pdf)
Neil Murphy - JPL Helio- & Jovi-seismology Doppler (and for the sun magnetic) imaging (pdf)
Giovanni Occhipinti-
Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)
Earthquakes & Tsunamis flirting with the Ionosphere …take a ride to Venus !! (pdf)
Barbara Romanowicz - UC Berkeley Planetary Seismology: Inspirations from Recent Earth Studies (pdf)
Francois-Xavier Schmider - Université de Nice Doppler Spectro Imager (pdf)
Jerry Schubert - UCLA Tropospheric & Deep Models (pdf)
Victor Tsai - USGS Noise Tomography Concerns for Planetary
Application (pdf)


Laurent Gizon - Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung Seismology of the Sun and Stars
[video presentation]


For questions contact: Michele Judd

Christophe Sotin

Study Co-Lead Christophe Sotin from JPL.

An image of Jupiter taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

Normal-mode oscillations of giant planets, if detectable, would be a powerful probe of the interiors of these objects.