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Geopsy project

Geopsy team is developing, distributing and maintaining open source software for geophysical research and applications. Born during SESAME European Project, it has provided tools for processing ambient vibrations with site characterization in mind since 2005. Progressively, more conventional techniques (such as MASW or refraction) are included to offer a high quality, comprehensive and free platform for the interpretation of geophysical experiments.

Education

Since the end of year 2005, we have been organizing courses about ambient vibrations and related techniques based on the software products developed in this project. These courses extend over 5 to 6 days and gather about 15 to 20 participants. If you want to learn more about Geopsy and Dinver software products, feel free to contact us. You can host a general audience course or we can organize a private training that fit exactly your requirements.

Using Ambient Vibration Array Techniques for Site Characterization and Seismic Microzonation

Monday, February 17th to Sunday, February 23rd 2014
Grenoble, France

All aspects of ambient vibrations analysis are reviewed during a seven-day course, read more ...

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References

Referencing these software products is not mandatory, however, we would appreciate that you properly reference this work, released for free, in all your publications or reports achieved thanks to Geopsy.org applications. Here is a sorted list of published papers closely linked to these tools and their development.

Frequency-wavenumber, high resolution, spatial autocorrelation techniques, wavenumber limits linked to array geometries

Specific to spatial autocorrelation technique

Neighbourhood algorithm implemented in Dinver, dispersion curve inversion

Financial supports

Temporary projects

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SESAME
European project
EVG1-CT-2000-00026
2002-2004
Université de Liège
Belgium
Sismovalp
Intereg 3B project
2005
Université Joseph Fourier
France
Participants to the first
Sesarray courses in
Grenoble and Berlin
2006
Neries European project
2006-2009
Université Joseph Fourier
France

Permanent institutions

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Institut de Recherche
pour le Developpement
Institut des Sciences
de la Terre de Grenoble

(LGIT before 2011)
Université Joseph Fourier Université de Liège
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Institut für Erd-
und Umweltwissenschaften
Universität Potsdam
Institut Français des Sciences
et Technologies des Transports,
de l'Aménagement et Réseaux
Centre National
de la Recherche Scientifique