Description
The aim of this workshop is to focus on the state of the art in the physics of volcanoes in order to give participants a better understanding of the physical and tectonic processes related to volcanoes and the associated hazards. 
The programme will involve a series of lectures about the following topics: 

•	Understanding the production, evolution and eruption of magma
•	Physics of the volcanic systems
•	Magmatic processes within continental and oceanic rift zones
•	Migration and storage of magma in the crust
•	Volcano seismicity and analysis of seismicity in order to understand distinct volcanic processes
•	Analysis of ground deformation to monitor magma movements and eruptions

The topics will be covered using a combination of theoretical, numerical and experimental approaches. It will be highlighted the importance of integrating observations and field data with theoretical and modelling results.
Go to day
  • Sunday, 16 October 2016
    • 17:00 - 19:00
      Location: Adriatico Guest house
      • 17:00 Welcome Session - get together 2h0'
  • Monday, 17 October 2016
    • 08:00 - 19:30
      Location: AGH Kastler Lecture Hall
      • 08:00 Registration and admin formalities 1h0' ( AGH area next to Kastler Lecture Hall )
      • 09:00 Opening Remarks 30'
        Speaker: A. Aoudia / E. Rivalta (ICTP / GFZ)
      • 09:30 Pyroclastic Density Currents 1h0'
        Speaker: M. Manga (Berkeley, USA)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 10:30 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 11:00 Derivation of Mogi source (Notes: Section 7.1 Paul’s book) 1h0'
        Speaker: P. Segall (Stanford, USA)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 12:00 lunch break 1h30' ( AGH cafeteria )
      • 13:30 Magma ascent in volcanic conduits 1h30'
        Speaker: M. Manga (Berkeley, USA)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 15:00 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 15:30 Magma ascent in volcanic conduits 1h30' ( AGH both informatics labs )
        Speaker: M. Manga (Berkeley, USA)
      • 17:00 poster session 1h30' ( AGH area Kastler Lecture Hall )
  • Tuesday, 18 October 2016
    • 08:30 - 21:30
      Location: AGH Kastler Lecture Hall
      • 08:30 Extension of Mogi model to viscoelasticity (Notes: Section 7.6 Paul’s book) 1h0'
        Speaker: P. Segall (Stanford, USA)
        Material: Video
      • 09:30 Recent work on magma chambers 1h0'
        Speaker: P. Segall (Stanford, USA)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 10:30 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 11:00 Volcano-earthquake interaction 1h0'
        Speaker: M. Manga (Berkeley, USA)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 12:00 lunch break 1h30' ( AGH cafeteria )
      • 13:30 Exercise on Mogi source, applications 1h30' ( AGH both informatics labs )
        Speaker: P. Segall (Stanford, USA)
        Material: teaching material
      • 15:00 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 15:30 group discussion 1h0'
      • 16:30 Poster Session 2h0' ( AGH area Kastler Lecture Hall )
        Material: poster presentation list
      • 19:30 reception dinner 2h0' ( AGH )
  • Wednesday, 19 October 2016
    • 08:30 - 18:30
      Location: AGH Kastler Lecture Hall
      • 08:30 Volcanic edifice and its impact on the shallow stress field and on the eruption process 1h0'
        Speaker: C. Jaupart (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP), France)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 09:30 Lava flows (dynamics, effect of compressibility, effect of cooling) 1h0'
        Speaker: C. Jaupart (IPGP, Paris, France)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 10:30 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 11:00 Long term evolution of magmatic systems (with buoyancy changes) and with comparisons with plutonic bodies as fos- sil magma reservoirs 1h0'
        Speaker: C. Jaupart (IPGP, Paris, France)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 12:00 lunch break 1h30' ( AGH cafeteria )
      • 13:30 Exercise 1h30' ( AGH both informatics labs )
        Speaker: C. Jaupart (IPGP, Paris, France)
      • 15:00 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 15:30 group discussion 1h0'
      • 16:30 Poster Session 2h0' ( AGH area Kastler Lecture Hall )
  • Thursday, 20 October 2016
    • 08:30 - 18:30
      Location: AGH Kastler Lecture Hall
      • 08:30 Fluid-filled fracture growth and related seismicity 1h0'
        Speaker: T. Dahm (GFZ Potsdam, Germany)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 09:30 Dikes, sills, or volcano interactions 1h0'
        Speaker: C. Ebinger (Rochester, USA)
        Material: Video
      • 10:30 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 11:00 Volcano gravimetry 1h0'
        Speaker: D. Carbone (INGV, Catania, Italy)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 12:00 lunch break 1h30' ( AGH cafeteria )
      • 13:30 Waveform analysis: Process-oriented discussion of source, path, and station effects 1h30'
        Speaker: C. Ebinger (Rochester, USA)
      • 15:00 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 15:30 group discussion 1h0'
      • 16:30 Poster Session 2h0' ( AGH area Kastler Lecture Hall )
  • Friday, 21 October 2016
    • 08:30 - 17:00
      Location: AGH Kastler Lecture Hall
      • 08:30 Calderas: structure, magma transfer, unrest 1h0'
        Speaker: V. Acocella (Un. Roma Tre, Italy)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 09:30 Analytical models of caldera collapse 1h0'
        Speaker: E. Rivalta (GFZ Potsdam, Germany)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 10:30 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 11:00 Seismological study of caldera collapse (Bardabunga) (including moment tensor inversion theory) 1h0'
        Speaker: T. Dahm (GFZ Potsdam, Germany)
        Material: Slides Video
      • 12:00 lunch break 1h30' ( AGH cafeteria )
      • 13:30 Lab on Moment tensor inversion 1h30' ( AGH both informatics labs )
        Speaker: T. Dahm (GFZ Potsdam, Germany)
      • 15:00 coffee break 30' ( )
      • 15:30 group discussion - closing 1h30'