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The 3rd training camp of ACV (2018.11.19-11.22)

PDF version is here. (Full version is here (For members only).)

Period and Venue

  • Period: November 19 (Mon) - November 22, 2018 (Thu)
  • Venue: Harper Mangkubumi, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Outline

  • ACV will hold the 3rd training camp to encourage learning and exchanges between Asian volcanologists. This training camp focuses on the interpretation of volcanic observation data in many fields, i.e., geophysics, geochemistry, geology, petrology, etc. Both lecturers and young scientists will share data from active volcanoes and make exercises and discussions to reveal volcanic activity. The contents will be the level for Master, Doctor students. We expect participants from Asian (Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan) and other countries.

Contents

  • The training course includes topics related to dome grow and collapse, associated deposits, and simulation of pyroclastic flows and lahars. Each slot contains both lectures and exercises, plus field observations around Merapi volcano. There will be also half a day where the participants will share a dataset or problem they are working in poster format.

Participation

  • ACV will call for the participation on the Web to the public, but the nomination from ACV member organization is requested. At this moment, the number of students will be about 10 - 20, and ACV will support the travel and accommodation fee for selected participants. Financial support from ACV member organizations is appreciated.

Schedule

Date Morning Afternoon
Nov. 18 (Sun) Arrival at Yogyakarta
Nov. 19 (Mon) Opening Ceremony
9:30 Opening remarks: Masato Iguchi
9:35 Greetings from head of CVGHM: Kasbani
1. Lecture
9:00-10:30 Outline of Indonesian volcano activity & monitoring by SATREPS : Masato Iguchi
11:00-12:30 Geology around Merapi volcano: Supriyati Andreastuti
13:30-17:00 (including break): Dome forming eruptions, Growth and Stability. Tomofumi Kozono, Benoit Taisne
17:00-18:00 Poster session I
Nov. 20 (Tue) 2. Lecture
09:45-10:30 Volcanic flows (Christina Widiwijayanti)
10:30-10:40 Taupo Ignimbrite (Masatoshi Ohashi)
10:40-11:00 Lava flow: case study of Kirishima volcano (Eisuke Fujita)
11:00-11:45 Pyroclastic flow & lava flow impacts (Sebastien Biasse)
11:45-12:30 Poster session II
13:30-14:15 Lahar (Christina Widiwijayanti)
14:15-15:00 Case study of Merapi 2010 lahar (Nurnaning Aisyah)
15:30-16:00 Lahar impacts (Sebastien Biasse)
16:00-17:00 Poster session III
Nov. 21 (Wed) 3. Lecture & hands-on experience
09:00-09:15 Background theory of Titan2D (Eisuke Fujita)
09:15-09:45 Titan2D tutorial: setup DEM & parameterisation (Christina Widiwijayanti)
09:45-10:00 Titan2D visualization: GMT & Paraview (Christina Widiwijayanti & Eisuke Fujita)
10:30-17:00 Titan2D simulation (Eisuke Fujita, Christina Widiwijayanti, Sulistiyani, Nurnaning Aisyah, Sebastien Biasse)
17:00-end Discussion on Titan2D simulation results
Nov. 22 (Thr) 4. Field trip to Merapi
Nov. 23 (Fri) Departure from Yogyakarta

Presenters (Tentative)

1. Introduction & General Volcanology Masato Iguchi (Kyoto U.)
Supriyati Andreastuti (CVGHM)
Benoit Taisne (EOS)
Tomofumi Kozono (Tohoku U.)
2,3. Special topic & exercise: Lahar / Pyroclastic flow simulation (Titan2D) Sebastian Biasse (EOS)
Christina Widiwijayanti (EOS)
Nurnaning Aisyah (CVGHM)
Sulistiyani (CVGHM)
Eisuke Fujita (NIED)
Masatoshi Ohashi (U. Tokyo)
4. Field trip to Merapi volcano Hanik Humaida, Kasbani, Wawan Irawan, Hetty Triastuty, Sofie Y. Hendradinata (CVGHM)

Schedule of Field trip

08:00 - 09:00 Trip to Bronggang
09:00 - 09:30 Discussion of Pyroclastic Flow and Lahar at Bronggang
09:30 - 09:40 Trip to Bakalan through Gadingan
09:40 - 10:30 Discussion of Pyroclastic Flow Impact at Bakalan
10:30 - 11:00 Trip to Pager Jurang Resettlement
11:00 - 12:00 Case Study on Social impact of eruption at Pager Jurang Resettlement
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch at Merapi Golf Course (ISHOMA)
13:00 - 13:30 Trip to the Bunker Kaliadem
13:30 - 14:30 Eruption Impact on effusive and explosive eruption at Kaliadem
14:30 - 15:15 Trip to Kaliurang Observatory
15:15 - 15:45 Discussion of Merapi Monitoring at Kaliurang Observatory
15:45 - 17:00 Trip to BPPTKG
17:00 - 18:00 Discussion of Merapi Monitoring at BPPTKG

The 2nd training camp of ACV (2017.04.17-04.21)

PDF version is here.

Datailed schadule (pdf; members only)

Photos and Lecture materials are here.

Period and Venue

Outline

  • ACV will hold the 2nd training camp to encourage learning and exchanges between Asian volcanologists. This training camp focuses on the interpretation of volcanic observation data in many fields, i.e., geophysics, geochemistry, geology, petrology, etc. Both lecturers and young scientists will share data from active volcanoes and make exercises and discussions to reveal volcanic activity. The contents will be the level for Master, Doctor students. We expect participants from Asian (Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan) and other countries.

Contents

  • The training course includes the following topics and each slot contains both lectures and exercises, plus field observations around Sakurajima volcano. There will be also half a day where the participants will share a dataset or problem they are working in poster format.

Participation

  • ACV will call for the participation on the Web to the public, but the nomination from ACV member organization is requested. At this moment, the number of students will be about 10 - 20, and ACV will support the travel and accommodation fee for selected participants. Financial support from ACV member organizations is appreciated.

Schedule

Date Morning Afternoon
Apr. 16 (Sun) Arrival
Apr. 17 (Mon) 1. Introduction
1-1. Briefing 1-2. Sakurajima volcano
Lectures & mini Field trip
Apr. 18 (Tue) 2. Geology, Petrology & Geochemistry
2-1. General lectures 2-2. Exercise & Posters
Apr. 19 (Wed) 3. Geophysical studies
3-1. Seismology, geodesy, etc. lectures 3-2. Exercise & Posters
Apr. 20 (Thr) 4. Hazard & Risk management
4-1. Volcanic ash hazard & risk management lectures, etc. 4-2. Exercise & Posters
Apr. 21 (Fri) 5. Field trip around Sakurajima
Apr. 22 (Sat) Daparture

Presenters

1. Introduction Masato Iguchi (SVO, Kyoto Univ.)
Keigo Yamamoto (SVO, Kyoto Univ.)
Takeshi Tameguri (SVO, Kyoto Univ.)
Tetsuo Kobayashi (Kagoshima Univ.)
2. Geology, Petrology & Geochemistry Caroline Bouvet de Maisonneuve (EOS)
Fidel Costa (EOS)
Hirochika Sumino (Univ. Tokyo)
Takahiro Miwa (NIED)
3. Geophysical studies Yosuke Aoki (ERI, Univ. Tokyo)
Kohei Hotta (SVO, Kyoto Univ.)
4. Hazard & Risk management Sungsu Lee (VDPRC)
Masayuki Maki (Kagoshima Univ.)
Susanna Jenkins (EOS)
5. Field trip Haruhisa Nakamichi (SVO, Kyoto Univ.)
Daisuke Miki (SVO, Kyoto Univ.)
Kohei Hotta (SVO, Kyoto Univ.)

The 1st field camp of ACV (2015.10.28-11.05)

PDF version is here.

Photos and Lecture materials are here.

Period and Venue

  • Period: October 28 (Wed) - November 5, 2015 (Thr)
  • Venue: Mount Fuji Research Institute, Fujiyoshida, Japan, etc.

Outline

  • ACV will hold the 1st field camp to encourage learning and exchanges between Asian volcanologists. This training camp focuses on the interpretation of volcanic observation data in many fields, i.e., geophysics, geochemistry, geology, petrology, etc. Both lecturers and young scientists will share data from active volcanoes and make exercises and discussions to reveal volcanic activity. The contents will be of the level for Master and Doctor students. We expect participants from Asian (Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan) and other countries.

Contents

  • The training course includes the following topics and each slot contains both lectures and exercises, plus field observations around Fuji volcano. There will be also half a day where the participants will share a dataset or problem they are working in poster format.

Participation

  • ACV will call for the participation on the Web to the public, but the nomination from ACV member organization is requested. At this moment, the number of students will be about 20, and ACV will support the travel and accommodation fee for selected participants. Financial support from ACV member organizations is appreciated.

Schedule

Date Morning Afternoon
Oct. 28 (Wed) Arrival
Oct. 29 (Thr)
@MFRI
1. Introduction & General Volcanology
1-1. Why volcanoes erupt, magma generation, plate tectonics, magma plumbing systems 1-2. Physical volcanology
Oct. 30 (Fri) 2. Field trip around Hakone
Oct. 31 (Sat)
@Yamanakaryo
3. Geophysical studies of volcanoes
3-1. Seismology, Acoustics, etc. 3-2. Geodesy
Nov. 1 (Sun) 4. Field trip around Fuji
Nov. 2 (Mon)
@FujiCalm
6. Geochemical studies of volcanoes: Gases, rocks, minerals
6-1. Gas geochemistry 6-2. Rock and mineral chemistry
5. Poster presentation & Discussion
Nov. 3 (Tue)
@FujiCalm
7. Living with volcanoes: Volcano Hazards
7-1. Volcanic hazard evaluation 7-2. Risk analysis
Nov. 4 (Wed) 8. Closing
8-1. Final report Free & Farewell party
Nov. 5 (Thr) Departure

Venue

Presenters

1-1. Fidel Costa (EOS)
1-2. Caroline Bouvet de Maisonneuve (EOS), Tomofumi Kozono (Tohoku Univ.)
2. Takahiro Miwa (NIED), Masashi Nagai (NIED)
3-1. Benoit Tasine (EOS), Yosuke Aoki (ERI), Yuta Maeda (Nagoya U), Mie Ichihara (ERI)
3-2. Yousuke Miyagi (NIED), Yosuke Aoki (ERI, U. Tokyo)
6-1. Hanik Humaida (CVGHM), Toshiya Mori (U. Tokyo)
6-2. Fidel Costa (EOS), Jiandong Xu (CEA), Takahiro Miwa (NIED)
7-1. Shinji Takarada (GSJ), Eisuke Fujita (NIED)
7-2. Sungsu Lee (VDPRC)

Meetings

Core member meeting in Kyoto (2015.02.04)

Program (pdf)

Report (pdf)

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