Our project Seismology at School in Nepal and its progress so far has been summarized in an article that was accepted for publication today at Frontiers‘ special volume The Power of Citizen Seismology: Science and Social Impacts. The article, Seismology at School in Nepal: a program for educational and citizen seismology through a low-cost seismic network, is available online.
Konstantinos has recently completed his PhD degree at Victoria University of Wellington, in New Zealand. His work will focus on the spatial and temporal distribution of Himalayan earthquakes, especially in the lower crust.
Andrew’s work focuses heavily on the DIVE project, with the long-term goal to Drill the Ivrea-Verbano zonE, a particular place in the Western Alps where rocks rarely seen on the surface are exposed.