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First PhD student day was held in the Department of Earth Sciences

First PhD student day was held in the Department of Earth Sciences

 

The first round of the Geophysical PhD students' day at the Department of Earth Sciences was held on February 29 and 30 at the Chemistry Amphitheater in the morning and afternoon sessions, in the form of doctoral seminars. In this seminar, PhD students presented their latest research findings and their results were discussed by faculty members. The seminars were managed by Dr. Zohreh Masoumi. At the end, the presentation of Ms. Maryam Akbarzadeh and Mr. Reza Zeinadin Meymand were selected as the top seminars and were awarded a prize. The Earth Science department intends to continue this process in the coming semesters.

 

The presenters and their topics are as follows:

 

1) Maryam Akbarzadeh: Investigation of scismotectonics of Makran region using local network data,

2)  Zahra Zarounizadeh: Inversion by Markov Chain Monte Carlo Method in Bayesian Analysis,

3) Reza Zeinadin Meymand: Structural model of shear wave velocity in Makran subduction zone,

4) Meysam Amiri: Study of inter-seismic coupling in subduction zones by geodetic methods,

5) Reza Dousti: The effect of mechanical boundary conditions on subduction pattern by numerical simulation

6) Shiva Arvin: Study of crustal and upper mantle structure in the western Alborz and the Buinzahra region using P and S receiver functions

7) Najmeh Ajorlou: Characterizing surface deformation in the 1990 Rudbar earthquake using optical image processing

8) Matin Khaledzadeh: Thermal modeling of the Makran subducting structure

9) Ali Mehrdar: Estimation of Experimental Green's Function Using Environmental Noise

 

Tue, 25 Feb 2020

First PhD student day was held in the Department of Earth Sciences

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