11th International Workshop on Modeling of Mantle Convection
and Lithospheric Dynamics

June 28 - July 3, 2009, Braunwald, Switzerland

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Pre-registered participants (updated on 28-08-2009)

Lastname FirstnameInstitution Preliminary title
1AlpertLisaUSCCoseismic subduction zone strain release as a constraint for slab dynamics
2ArmannMarinaETH Zurich
3BabeykoAndreyGFZ PotsdamHigh resolution modeling of stresses in subducting slab
4Baitsch-GhirardelloBettinaStructural Geology & TectonicsIsotopic tracer from the subducting slab and the mantle wedge: numerical modelling
5BallmerMaximETH ZurichThe role of small-scale sublithospheric convection at oceanic intraplate volcanism
6BeckerThorstenUSCVariations in plate tectonic heatflow
7BehounkovaMarieCNRS - Universite de Nantes
8BenesovaNinaCharles University, Prague
9BercoviciDaveYale University
10BessererJonathanLPGN, University of NantesConvection and tidal dissipation in the primitive Earth-Moon system
11BeuchertMarcusGoethe University, Frankfurt
12BillenMagaliU.C. DavisThe Effect of Rheology on Slab and Mantle Deformation in Subduction Zones
14BuiterSusanneGeological Survey of NorwayQuantitative comparisons of numerical models of brittle deformation
15BurkettErinUniversity of California, DavisDynamics and Implications of Slab Detachment Due to Ridge-Trench Collision
16BurovEvgueniUniversity of Paris 6
17CadekOndrejCharles University, Prague, CZ
18CaiZhengyuYale University
20ChemiaZurabBayerisches GeoinstitutDiscussion on resolving sediment subduction
21CrowleyJohnHarvardHeat Transport, Mass Exchange, and Plate Dynamics for a Plate-Mantle Model with Depth Dependent Viscosity
22DabrowskiMarcinPGP, Oslo
23DavailleAnneLab. FAST, CNRS / Univ. Paris-Sud, Orsay, FranceThe influence of rheology and heterogeneities on the convective evolution of planets
24davieshuwCardiff Univ.
25DaviesRhodriImperial College London
26DeschampsFredericETH ZurichThermo-chemical convection and the survival of reservoirs of dense material in the deep mantle
27DeubelbeissYolandaETH Zürich
28Di GiuseppeErikaLaboratoire FAST, Universite' de Paris Sud
29DuchoiselleLionelERDW ETH Zurich
31FahlAndreInstitute for Geophysics, University of Muenster
32FarringtonRebeccaMonash University, Australia
33FischerKasperRuhr-University Bochum
34FoleyBradfordYale University
35FryAnnaUniversity of LiverpoolSubduction stress accumulation and dissipation in Wadati-Benioff zones
37FuttererBirgitBTU Cottbus
38GaemanJodiUniversity of MarylandIs there a subsurface ocean within Triton's interior?
39GalsaAttilaEötvös University, BudapestThe effect of the Rayleigh number, viscosity and internal heating on plume dynamics
40GeenenThomasUniversity Utrecht
41GeraultMelanieUniversity of Southern California
42GerbaultMurielIRD-Geosciences Azur2D models of deformation along the Chilean margin
43GhoshAttreyeeUniversity of Southern California
44GlisovicPetarUniversite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM)3D Backward Mantle Convection Model
45GoesSaskiaImperial CollegeSignatures of downgoing plate-buoyancy driven subduction in Cenozoic plate motions
46GolabekGregorETH Zurich
47GolleOliviaLPGN, University of NantesMantle convection, topography and geoid
49HernlundJohnUniversity of California, BerkeleyThe two mantle upwelling modes, the heat flow they carry, and their relative contributions to core cooling and dissemination of Earth's buried radiogenic heat
50Hier-MajumdersaswataUniversity of Maryland
51HieronymusChrisUppsala University
52HoechnerAndreasGFZ PotsdamEarthquakes and Rheology
53hussonlaurentcnrsImpact of the Hapagea surpercontinental aggregation on American Cordilleras and the seafloor age distribution
54JadamecMargareteMonash University, AustraliaLithosphere and mantle deformation in 3D models of a subduction-transform plate boundary
55KöstlerChristophUniversity JenaMultigrid and Krylov subspace methods in three-dimensional mantle convection simulations
56KalousovaKlaraCharles University, Prague, CZLithosphere thickness on Mars: results from geoid and topography inversion
57KameyamaMasanoriGRC, Ehime University
58KatzRichardUniversity of OxfordDynamics of magma in the convecting mantle
59KausBorisETH Zurichtest
60KellerTobiasETH Zürich
61KingScottVirginia Techsmall-scale convection on Mars?
62LöwFelicitasETH Zurich
63LabrosseStephaneENS Lyon
64le pourhietlaetitiaISTEP UPMC
65LeeChangyeolVirginia Techslab dynamics using a dynamic subduction model
66LenkeyLászlóHAS Institute of Geophysics
68Lithgow-BertelloniCarolinaUniversity College London
69LoiseletChristellegeosciences Rennes, Universite de Rennes 1
70LowmanJulianUniversity of TorontoThe influence of evolving plate boundaries in 3D mantle convection simulations
71MagniValentinaRoma Tre University
72MaierovaPetraCharles University, Prague, CZ
73MalytskyyDmytroCarpathian Branch of Subbotin Institute of Geophysics
74ManeaVlad ConstantinComputational Geodynamics Laboratory, Geosciences Center, UNAM, Mexico3D Modeling of Flat Slab Subduction and Detachment beneath Central Mexico
75ManeaMarinaComputational Geodynamics Laboratory, Geosciences Center, UNAM, MexicoThe role of Tehuantepec ridge subduction on mantle hydration and young volcanism in Southern Mexico
76MayDaveETH Zurich
77McNamaraAllenArizona State University
78MedvedevSergeiPGP, OsloGeneration of intermediate to deep earthquakes by self-localizing thermal runaway: insights from petrological and numerical studies
79Meneses RiosecoErnestoGFZ PotsdamStrength of Dead-Sea-Transform Fault: Constrained by thin-shell thermo-mechanical model
80MorishigeManabuEarthquake Research Institute
81NakagawaTakashiETH Zurich
82NakakukiTomoekiHiroshima UniversityControls on the back-arc basin opening by the slab deformation and the induced flow
83nikolaevakseniaETH Zurich
84NoackLenaDLR, GermanySuper-Size Earth: Influence of an Inner Stagnant Lid on the Plate Tectonic Behaviour of Super-Earths
85PaczkowskiKarenYale University
86PerryClaireGEOTOP-UQAM-McGill, Montreal, CanadaThe thermal boundary layer beneath continents
87PetruninAlexeyGFZ PotsdamModelling Transform Plate Boundary in 3D: Dead Sea Transform Fault from the Read Sea to Lebanon Mountains
90PopovAntonGFZ PotsdamTowards coupling of global mantle flow and 3D lithosphere with highly-resolved plate boundaries
91QuereSandrineUtrecht UniversityPlate reconstruction and mantle convection
93QuinterosJavierGFZ PotsdamInfluence of subduction channel - Results from a new thermomechanical model
94RICHARDGuillaumeGoethe Universitaet
95RiedelMichaelUniv. Potsdam
96SüleBálintGeodetic and Geophysical Research Institute, BudapestMantle plumes, topography, geoid
97SchmalholzStefanETH Zurich
98SchmidtPeterUppsala university
99ShahrakiMeysamfrankfurt university
100SizovaElenaETH Zurich
101SobolevStephanGFZ Potsdam
103StegmanDaveUniv of Melbourne
104SteinClaudiaUniversity of Muenster
105SteinbergerBernhardGeological Survey of NorwayDynamic topography and lithosphere stresses
106StylesElinorImperial College LondonPredicting The Seismic Signature Of Thermo-chemical Mantle Plumes
107TackleyPaulETH Zurich
109thieulotcedricUniv Bergen, Norway
110ThomasChristineUniversity of MuensterSeismic constraints of mantle structures
111TorsvikTrondNGU-PGPGlobal Reference Frames
112tosinicolaCharles University in Prague
113TouitouFlorianelaboratoire FAST, Orsay, FranceOn the different ways to define a thermal plume and look at mantle entrainment
114van HeckHeinETH Zürich
115van HunenJeroenUniversity of Durham
116WallnerHerbertUniversity Frankfurt
117WeatherleySamuelOxford University
118YamatoPhilippeETH ZurichInfluence of surrounding plates on 3D subduction dynamics
119ZarifiZoyaUniversity of Bergen, Norway
Spherical convection with ppv phase transition