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EGU/NP4.4 2014 : Applications of Empirical Mode Decomposition in Geosciences


When Apr 27, 2014 - May 2, 2014
Where Vienna, AUSTRIA
Submission Deadline Jan 16, 2014
Notification Due Jan 26, 2014
Categories    signal processing   empirical mode decomposition   GEOSCIENCES

Call For Papers

Dear Sir or Madam,
Dear Colleagues,

We are very pleased to announce the start of the Abstract submission for the EGU General Assembly 2014 (EGU2014), 27 April - 02 May 2014, Vienna, Austria. You are cordially invited to submit your scientific works to our session:

Applications of Empirical Mode Decomposition in Geosciences
Convener: Said GACI
Co-Conveners: Orietta Nicolis, Hocine Chellal

This session will cover the several applications of this technique (Empirical Mode Decomposition, EMD) in different geosciences fields: geophysics (seismic, gravity/magnetic, electromagnetism/magnetotelluric, etc.), geology, hydrogeology, geodesy/topography, etc.

The deadline for the receipt of abstracts is 16 January 2014, 13:00 CET. In case you would like to apply for support, please submit an application no later than 29 November 2013.

Best wishes,
Said GACI,
Sonatrach, Division Exploration, Boumerd├Ęs, Algeria

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