Management

Coordination team

Prof. Edi Kissling        

Dr. Irene Molinari        

Prof. György Hetenyi  

Dr. John Clinton          

The Steering Committee is elected by the Science Council and is responsible for the coordination of all research activities of the AAWG, in particular of the PhD and post-doc research projects, and of the Science Plan. Decisions regarding the AlpArray Seismic Network, AlpArray Complementary Experiments and AlpArray Collaborative Projects are prepared by the Steering Committee and decided upon by the Science Council by a 2/3 majority vote of all members (no response = approval), either at meetings or by electronic vote. New institutions wanting to join the AlpArray Working Group after the official start date (see below) must apply to the Steering Committee, which will evaluate the request and prepare the proposal for decision by the Science Council. The Steering Committee will co-ordinate the submitted projects and experiments transparently by sharing them with all participants (by e-mail or secured webpage) and by providing regular updates of these activities as they become available.

Steering Committee members:
Kissling E. ETH Zürich Project Coordinator member
Bokelmann G. University of Vienna member
Handy M. University of Berlin member
Paul A. ISTerre Grenoble member
Piromallo C. INGV member
Plomerová J. Prague IG ASCR member
Weber M. GFZ member
Wesztergom V. HAS GGI member

The Science Council elects the Steering Committee with the Project Coordinator (PC) as its head, who is also a member of the Science Council.

Decisions regarding the AlpArray Seismic Network, AlpArray Complementary Experiments and AlpArray Collaborative Projects are prepared by the Steering Committee and decided upon by the Science Council by a 2/3 majority vote of all members (no response = approval), either at meetings or by electronic vote. New institutions wanting to join the AlpArray Working Group after the official start date (see below) must apply to the Steering Committee, which will evaluate the request and prepare the proposal for decision by the Science Council. The Science Council meets in person or electronically at least once a year. The Science Council holds an election or an approval vote on the composition of the Steering Committee once a year.

Science Council members:
M. Živčić ARSO
T. Plenefisch Bundesanstalt fur Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe - BGR
L. Margheriti Centro Nazionale Terremoti - CNT-INGV
O. Cadek Charles University Prague
S. Lebedev Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
M. Kristekova Earth Science Institute of Slovak Academy of Sciences - Bratislava
T. Bodin Ecole Normale Superieur ENS - Lyon
I. Molinari ETH Zurich
B. Fügenschuh Faculty of Geo- and Atmospheric Science - Innsbruck
M. Handy Free University of Berlin
I. Bondár Geodetic and Geophysical Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (observatory)
Z. Wéber Geodetic and Geophysical Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (research)
H. Kopp GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
M. Weber GFZ Potsdam
J. Plomerová Institute of Geophysics Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic - Prague
A. Maggi Institut de Physique du Globe de Strasbourg (IPGS) - University of Strasbourg - EOST
Petr Spacek Institute of Physics of the Earth - Brno
L. Boschi ISTeP - University Pierre et Marie Curie Paris 6
A. Paul ISTerre - Grenoble
C. Piromallo Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia - INGV
D. Pesaresi Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS)
J. Ritter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT
Thomas Bodin Laboratoire de Geologie de Lyon: Terre Planetes Environement - Lyon
J. Wassermann LMU Münich
M. Radulian National Institute for Earth Physics - Bucharest
V. Sipka Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Republic of Srpska
H. Pedersen RESIF
A. Levander Rice University
W. Friederich Ruhr Universität Bochum
R. Raykova Sofia University
S. Wiemer Swiss Seismological Service - SED
F. Schlunegger University of Bern
M. Bielik University of Bratislava
C. Spiegel University of Bremen
G. Rümpker University of Frankfurt
D. Spallarossa University of Genoa
T. Meier University of Kiel
G. Hetényi University of Lausanne
M. Korn University of Leipzig
B. Kaus University of Mainz
C. Thomas University of Münster
J.-X. Dessa University of Nice - Geoazur
F. Cammarano University of Roma 3
G. Costa University of Trieste
A. Veldkamp University of Twente
T. Ehlers University of Tübingen
G. Bokelmann University of Vienna
M. Wilde-Piórko University of Warsaw
M. Herak University of Zagreb
W. Spakman Utrecht University
Y. Jia ZAMG

The AlpArray Working Group (AAWG) comprises the registered member researchers of all participating institutions. Scientific leadership of the AAWG is provided by the Science Council, consisting of one representative per participating institutions.

MWG1

Procedures and Data Managements

Definition and realization of best practices for operation procedures, data handling, storage and sharing

Members

Clinton J. (SED-ETHZ)
Vecsey L. (Uni Prague)
Fuchs F. (Uni Vienna)
Mazza S. (INGV)
Pesaresi D. (OGS)
Pequegnat C. (RESIF)
Wassermann J. (LMU)

MWG2

AlpArray Seismic Network Operation

Detailed planning and supervision of field deployment and data acquisition

Members

Hetényi G. (Uni Lausanne)
Ritter J. (KIT)
Govoni A. (INGV)
Kolinsky P. (Uni Vienna)
Pesaresi D. (OGS)
Paul A. (ISTerre - Grenoble)

MWG3

Research and interpretation

Scientific analysis, interpretation, modelling and synthesis, cooperation in AlpArray Collaborative Projects

Members

Handy M. (Uni Berlin)
Meier T. (Uni Kiel)
Kaus B. (Uni Mainz)
Bokelmann G. (Uni Vienna)
Pomella H. (Uni Innsbruck)
Saraò A. (OGS)
Plomerová J. (Prague)
Piromallo C. (INGV)
Molinari I. (ETHZ)
Paul A. (ISTerre - Grenoble)

MWG4

Outreach and education

Communication, dissemination, website, meetings and education activities

Members

Molinari I. (ETHZ)
Peruzza L. (OGS)
Margheriti L. (INGV)
Vergne J. (EOST)
Solarino S. (INGV)

AlpArray Seismic Network infos can be found here and the AASN managment description here