News Archive of the Rock Physics Network
25. February 2023: France is at the 7th of March on strike. However, our minisymposium will take place! Check out the latest updates: Minisymposium 2023
February 2023: The oral presentation schedule of the Minisymposium in Pau is now defined. Last minute poster presentations are always welcomed. Please check our program.
January 2023: The original homepage crashed after a system update. Step by step we will rebuild the site. Please be a little bit patient. Thanks.
December 2022 job offers: PhD Student and Postdoc positions in Rock Physics in Lausanne (Switzerland) and Postdoc position in Rock Physics in Pau (France).
October 2022: Please note our upcoming 10th. Minisymposium on Poroelasticity (and Rock Physics) in Pau, France.
July 2022: Erik H. Saenger is now Assistant Editor of Geophysics.
April 2022: Please note our latest publications published 2022.
March 2022: Open PhD position: As part of the project "Concrete Damage Assessment by Coda Waves (CoDA)", funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), we have an open position (to be filled as soon as possible) for a PhD candidate. The subject is "High-performance simulations of wave propagation for structural investigations of concrete". For details and information how to apply (deadline 31.3.2022) please click here - we look forward to receive applications from enthusiastic, ambitious and highly qualified candidates!
Update (24.1.2022): Due to Corvid-19 we decided again to postpone the 10th Minisymposium of Poroelasticity. Due to the current circumstances (again...) we are not able to organize a fruitful and save meeting in February 2022. We apologize and looking forward to meet you in Pau in February 2023!
September 2021: Our team member Benedikt Ahrens will give a presentation about a experimental rock physics study at the "First International Meeting for Applied Geoscience & Energy” (SEG 2021).
September 2021: Our team member Prof. Steeb is giving a short course on "Linear poro-elasticity – From quasi-static consolidation to acoustic waves". Here you will find the details.
August 2021: Currently we are planning the Minisymposium 2022 (Nr. 10!) of the Rock Physics Network. Most probably it will be in Februrary 2022 in France. Come back later for further details ...
May 2021: We just have published some new digital rock physics datasets which you can download: More details.
April 2021: You want to be informed via eMail about the next minisymposium? Register here!
December 2020: ROCKETH is co-organising a Rock Physics Session at EGU 2021 in Vienna, Austria!
Nov 2020: New team members: Marcel Gurris, Ralf Jänicke, Matthias Ruf, Lucas Pimienta and Mirko Siegert
September 2020: Due to Corvid-19 we decided to postpone the 10th Minisymposium of Poroelasticity to 2022. Due to the current circumstances we are not able to organize a fruitful and save meeting in February 2021. We apologize and looking forward to meet you in February 2022!
Deadline for abstracts September, 4th, 2020: We are co-organizing a special issue on "Rock Physics and Geofluid Detection" in "Frontiers in Earth Science".
May 2020: ROCKETH is co-organising a Rock Physics Session at EGU 2020 in Vienna, Austria!
April 2020: Please note our most recent publications in 2020.
February 2020: Please note our upcoming 9th. Minisymposium on Poroelasticity in Lausanne.
December 2019: Please note our most recent publications in 2019.
July 2019: The special section "Hydromechanical phenomena at the pore scale and their upscaling" is now online. Click here for the details.
June 2019: New CV's of team members: Mandy Duda and Leslie Saydak.
Mar 2019: New CV's of team members: Sadegh Karimpouli
Feb 2019: The final program of the 8th Minisymosium can be found here. The group photo is now online. Thanks again to all participants for the fruitful meeting.
Jan 2019: New CV's of team members: Yury Alkhimenkov
Jan 2019: We are advertising a 3-year PhD position in Bochum about coda waves in concrete. Applications will be accepted until 8th Feb. 2019. You have to apply via the online application system in German language. However, German is not mandatory for the project.
Dec 2018: New paper on time reverse modeling by Werner and Saenger. All recent papers are listed here.
Dec 2018: New CV's of team members: Katrin Loeer, Benedikt Ahrens and Martin Balcewicz.
Dec 2018: Please welcome our new team member Michal Kruszewski.
Aug 2018: The former website of the Team www.rockphysics.ethz.ch is now offline. You will be redirected to our new website.
March 2018: We will edit a special section in Geophysics.