A special event celebrating 50 years of global leadership in geophysical research and discovery.
November 30, 2022
1:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Thank you to everyone who came to UTIG’s anniversary symposium, it was a great success! Old friends, new faces, and future scientists joined an afternoon of reflection, celebration and fun.
The program featured a history of UTIG presented by senior research scientists, Jamie Austin and Ian Dalziel, and short science talks that highlighted a new generation of geophysical researchers. The symposium concluded with a student poster session and reception.
UTIG Seminar Room, ROC 1.603
Director’s Welcome and Opening Remarks
UTIG@50: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?
New and Emerging Science Directions: Highlights from our Research Staff
Imaging the Cascadia Subduction Zone with New Active Source Seismic Data
Advanced Marine Electromagnetic Systems and Modeling Techniques to Image Earth in High Resolution
Methane Hydrates at the University of Texas: Expeditions & Geo-material Behavior
Exploration of Ice Giants and Icy Satellites with Missions and Models
From the Bed of Greenland to the Future of Geoscience: New Insights from Forgotten Archives
UTIG Lobby, First Floor ROC
4:00 — 6:00
Reception & Graduate Student Poster Session
Graduate Student Posters
Forecasting Glacier Terminus Retreat Using Machine Learning
Identifying Paleo-Barrier Island Deposits to Understand Drowning and Preservation Potential
Limited Recharge of the Highlands Aquifer on Early Mars
An Adjoint-Based Optimization Method to Infer Coseismic Slip and Heterogeneous Material Properties from Earthquake Surface Deformation Data
Deformation and Exhumation at Oblique Margins: A Study of the Northern Caribbean Plate Boundary In The Dominican Republic, Hispaniola
Seasonality with a Chance of Retreat: Quantifying the Impact of Seasonal Forcings on the Timing of Greenland Ice Sheet Outlet Glacier Terminus Retreat
Graciela Lopez Campos
The Evolution of Pore Pressure, Stress, and Physical Properties During Sediment Accretion at Subduction Zones
Relict Water Bodies in the Icy Shell of Jupiter’s Moon Europa
In Situ Stress within the Nankai Accretionary Prism Determined from Borehole Breakouts
Poster 1: The COLDEX Regional Aerogeophysical Survey for Oldest Ice Core Candidate Site Selection, Plans For 2022/23;
Poster 2: Geologic Controls on Subglacial Thermal Conditions and Old Ice Preservation from a COLDEX Perspective
The 50th Anniversary & Celebration is open to current and former members of UTIG, the Department of Geological Sciences, the Bureau of Economic Geology and everyone at the Jackson School of Geosciences. Friends and family are welcome.
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