2015 VERCE Training EventsForward modelling and data intensive seismology using the VERCE platform
Two training events held in June (Bertinoro, Italy) and July (Liverpool, UK) gave an overview the computational resources that VERCE supports. The aim of these training events was to give a hands on experience running full waveform models through the VERCE platform and using large data sets, so that these computationally intense methods can be incorporated into your research.
In these workshops we have,
- Introduced the VERCE forward modelling platform.
- Got to run a full waveform model through the portal using SpecFem.
- Discussed how these results can be used.
- Introduced to dispel4py, a tool for handling very large seismological data sets.
- Gave an example of using dispel4py e.g. for noise correlation of a large data set, or large misfit calculations.
More advanced users have been able to
- Test their own meshes and velocity models in the VERCE portal.
- Set up new workflows within the portal to support their own work.
- Write bespoke dispel4py scripts to deal with their own specific use cases.
- VERCE training at LRZ,
Munich (Germany), 9th-11th March
Presentations available on the "Use VERCE" page.
TIDES Training school,
Bertinoro Italy, 1st-5th June
The VERCE tools have been presented in this general training event covering a wide range of aspects of time dependent seismology.
- VERCE summer school at the University of Liverpool, UK, 1st-3rd July Presentations available on the "Use VERCE" page.