27 September, 2022
Xing will present her recent results on the Dead Sea
20 September, 2022
Rémi will present the results of his paleoseismology trenching study in northern Iceland
15 September, 2022
Lujain AlShuhail spent her summer as an intern in the CDI group and learned how to use InSAR to monitor the subsidence induced by groundwater pumping
06 September, 2022
For the first CDI group seminar of the semester, Margherita will talk about the analog models experiments on the interactions between rift segments
05 August, 2022
The start of the GPS campaign in northern Iceland
04 August, 2022
Part of the CDI group made to the new eruption in Fagradalsfjall near Reykjavik (SW Iceland)!
11 May, 2022
Margherita, Tariq, Thed and Cahli present the final results of their InSAR projects
09 April, 2022
Adrien, Margherita, and Oke take off to the Zabaragad fracture zone in the northern Red Sea.
23 March, 2022
New DGPS campaign in the Gulf of Aqaba - Adrvert project
14 March, 2022
Last update on the research on the Zabargad Fracture Zone, northern Red Sea
14 February, 2022
CDI, and CES team explored the area around Umluj to install seismic stations and look for uplifted coral terraces and faults in the framework of the Zafran project.
26 January, 2022
Prof. Jónsson start the InSARclass -
InSAR in Earth Sciences - ErSE 331
29 December, 2021
The paper from Renier has been published in Seismological Research Letters
22 November, 2021
Matthieu presented his research on the corals in the Gulf of Aqaba during the Red Sea Research Center dual seminar
22 November, 2021
Alejandra, Margherita, and Laura (CES KAUST) set sail to deploy six OBSs in the Red Sea for the ZAFRAN project
01 November, 2021
Alejandra presented our group at the PSE Research-Groups Expo 2021.
07 October, 2021
Renier Viltres defended his Ph.D. Thesis in Earth Science and Engineering
28 August, 2021
Nicolás published a paper on the interseismic deformation in the Gulf of Aqaba from GPS measurements
15 July, 2021
Xing Li published a paper about the Burst-Overlap Interferometry (BOI) technique applied to study the inter-seismic deformation along the Southern Dead Sea Fault (Gulf of Aqaba).