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The Center for Geomechanics and Mitigation of Geohazards (GMG) is an National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry-University Cooperative Research Center (IUCRC) that facilitates productive, meaningful partnerships between universities and industry.   Our mission is to advance the understanding of geomaterials failure in the presence of fluids for industry applications and geohazard mitigation, by leveraging the cutting-edge modeling, computing, experimental, geophysical and remote-sensing research at Caltech. 

Next GMG Industrial Advisory Board meeting will be held January 26-27, 2022

We look forward to seeing everyone in January.  Stay tuned for more information.

In The News!


News release on GMG 2.3 project research!

Project Spotlight

GMG-4.3: Understanding conditions for stable/unstable fault slip induced by fluid injections (Lapusta)
Presented by: Stacy Larochelle
Title: Simulating earthquakes and slow slip due to fluid injections,in the field and in the lab


Zanskar is looking for an observational seismologist (or two) - More information!


Arms Courtyard

Thank you for joining us for our third virtual GMG meeting.  We look forward to seeing you again for out next IAB meeting January 2022


AGU Fall meeting - December 14, 2021
Jean-Philippe Avouac convened session U21A  on 'How Earth Science Research can help accelerate the transition to a decarbonized economy'

MCE Seminar

SPEAKER: Kyungjae IM (Postdoctoral Scholar in Geology)
DATE:
11:00 AM, Thursday, October 7, 2021
TITLE:
"The Mechanics of Slow Slip"
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SEISMOLAB Webinar

SPEAKER: Jonathan Smith (Postdoctoral Scholar in Geology)
DATE:
9:00 AM, Thursday, April 9, 2020
TITLE:
"EikoNet: Solving the Eikonal equation with Deep Neural Networks"
Click here for abstract
SPEAKER: Bing Li (Caltech)
DATE: 4:00pm, Friday, January 8th, 2021
TITLE: "Induced Seismicity in North Texas"

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SPEAKER: Kyungjae Im (Caltech)
DATE: 4:00pm, Friday, January 15th, 2021
TITLE: "Investigating the role of thermo-poro-elastic stresses and deformation on induced seismicity"
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