EPOS – Italia Community Building Activities 2020-2021

The EPOS-ITALIA Joint Research Units (JRU) is the Italian division of EPOS (the European Plate Observing System), established with the main objective of supporting the Italian scientific community within the EPOS integration plan by promoting the share of ideas and perspectives for the development of solid Earth science research infrastructures and their integration at national and pan-European level.

The JRU is presently formed by ten national institutions, including INGV (acting also as coordinator), CNR, OGS, ISPRA, CINECA, EUCENTRE, Università Roma Tre, Università di Napoli Federico II, Università di Trieste, Università di Genova.

In this framework, the Italian National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics (OGS), in collaboration with the university of Genova and the university of Trieste, is organizing a number of community building activities supported by the JRU EPOS-ITALIA. Main goal of these activities is thus facilitating the communication and collaboration between leading experts of the Italian scientific community, including public and private research centres and academia, on topics related to the different EPOS core services.

As part of these activities, the following workshops have been organized.

Workshop 2020

EPOS-IT Workshop “NITRO – North-Eastern Italy Thrust Fault Observatory”

27 November 2020

Coordinator: National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics

Partners: University of Trieste

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EPOS-IT Workshop on Earthquake Hazard

1-3 December 2020

CoordinatorNational Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics (OGS)

PartnersUniversity of Genova

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EPOS-IT Studi Sismologici sulla Sismicità Indotta

18 December 2020


National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics (OGS)

National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology (INGV)

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Registration policy

Access to the workshops is granted previous user registration. After registration, the user will have full access to online sessions, discussion forums and the data sharing area.

You can register or login here.