Recent Submissions 

  1. Long-term preservation: Integrating DSpace and Rosetta at ETH Zurich 

    Hirschmann, Barbara; la Roi, Andreas; Scowen, Greg (2019)
    Conference Poster
  2. Event-triggered Geophone Platform for Co-Detection of Seismic Events 

    Meyer, Matthias; Farei-Campagna, Timo; Pasztor, Akos; et al. (2019)
    Geophysical Research Abstracts
    Conference Poster
  3. Democratizing Data Analytics: Crowd-sourcing Decentralized Collective Measurements 

    Pournaras, Evangelos; Gaere, Edward; Kunz, Renato; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  4. Cell distribution and habitat fragmentation affecting the spread of plasmids in soil bacterial populations 

    Tecon, Robin; Or, Dani (2019)
    Aims and Objectives. Transfer of conjugative plasmids among soil bacteria is an important evolutionary driver for fostering adaptation to environmental stresses such as antibiotic or xenobiotic contamination. However, plasmids impose a metabolic burden on host cells and the reason for their persistence over evolutionary times remains unclear. Here, we hypothesize that soil environments favor plasmid maintenance due to habitat fragmentation ...
    Conference Poster
  5. Minimizing substrate distortion in direct metal deposition (DMD) with optimized process parameters and buildup strategies 

    Soffel, Fabian; Eisenbarth, Daniel; Wegener, Konrad (2019)
    Conference Poster
  6. Short-term Path Prediction for Virtual Open Spaces 

    Hirt, Christian; Zank, Markus; Kunz, Andreas (2019)
    Conference Poster
  7. PReWAP: Predictive Redirected Walking using Artificial Potential Fields 

    Hirt, Christian; Zank, Markus; Kunz, Andreas (2019)
    Conference Poster
  8. Permeability changes induced by hydraulic stimulation at the Grimsel test Site 

    Jalali, Mohammadreza; Gischig, Valentin; Doetsch, Joseph; et al. (2017)
    SCCER-SoE Science Report 2017
    Conference Poster
  9. Building a geological model for analysis and numerical modelling of hydraulic stimulation experiments 

    Krietsch, Hannes; Doetsch, Joseph; Gischig, Valentin; et al. (2018)
    SCCER-SoE Science Report 2018
    Conference Poster
  10. On the variability of the seismic response during multiple decametre-scale hydraulic stimulations at the Grimsel Test Site 

    Villiger, Linus; Gischig, Valentin; Doetsch, Joseph; et al. (2018)
    Science Report of the SCCER-SoE Annual Conference 2018
    Conference Poster
  11. Salt tracer flow path reconstruction using ground penetrating radar 

    Giertzuch, Peter-Lasse; Doetsch, Joseph; Jalali, Mohammadreza; et al. (2018)
    Science Report of the SCCER-SoE Annual Conference 2018
    Conference Poster
  12. Pico-seismicity during hydraulic stimulation experiments at the Grimsel Test Site 

    Villiger, Linus; Gischig, Valentin; Doetsch, Joseph; et al. (2017)
    SCCER-SoE Science Report 2017
    Conference Poster
  13. A comparison of the seismo-hydro-mechanical observations during two hydraulic stimulations at the Grimsel Test Site. 

    Gischig, Valentin; Doetsch, Joseph; Jalali, Mohammadreza; et al. (2017)
    SCCER-SoE Science Report 2017
    Conference Poster
  14. Subsurface Fluid Pressure and Rock Deformation Monitoring using Seismic Velocity Observations 

    Doetsch, Joseph; Gischig, Valentin; Villiger, Linus; et al. (2018)
    SCCER-SoE Science Report 2018
    Conference Poster
  15. In situ stress characterization in the Bedretto Underground Laboratory: implications for induced slip of pre-existing fractures/faults 

    Ma, Xiaodong; Gholizadeh Doonechaly, Nima; Hertrich, Marian; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  16. Design of the seismic monitoring network for the stimulation experiments in the Bedretto Deep Underground Rock Laboratory 

    Hertrich, Marian; Villiger, Linus; Doetsch, Joseph; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  17. Characterization of an unstable mountain slope using ambient seismic vibrations: case study Chilchenstock (GL) 

    Häusler, Mauro; Kleinbrod, Ulrike; Burjánek, Jan; et al. (2018)
    A variety of geological and geotechnical techniques exist to characterize potential rockfall sites, such as fracture mapping or radar interferometry. However, these techniques are based on surface displacements and fail in case of slopes residing in an unstable equilibrium. Ambient seismic noise measurements can provide valuable information in such cases and is potentially able to sense the large-scale instability in depth. We demonstrate ...
    Conference Poster
  18. Measurement setup to investigate near surface failures in steep bedrock permafrost 

    Weber, Samuel; Beutel, Jan; Faillettaz, Jérome; et al. (2014)
    Conference Poster

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