Dr. Trond Ryberg
Dr. Trond Ryberg2.2 Geophysical Imaging
Building A 42, Room 122
- Crustal structure at active and passive continental margins
- Seismic imaging of major fault zones
- Development of new seismic data processing methods
- Ambient noise imaging techniques
- Lecturer at Universität Potsdam, 3/00 - 6/00, Applied geophysics topic "Introduction to Shallow Seismics"
- Lecturer at Universität Potsdam, 8/98 - 2/99, Applied geophysics topic "Introduction to Shallow Seismics"
- Lecturer at Universität Potsdam, 3/98 - 6/98, Applied geophysics topic "Modern Exploration Seismics"
- Lecturer at Freie Universität Berlin, 8/97 - 2/98, Designed and taught applied geophysics topic "Seismics"
- 12 years computer programming experience with FORTRAN, Pascal, C, and HPF in a variety of PC, workstation, massive parallel supercomputer environments.
- Planing, preparation and accomplishment of seismic field experiments.
- Advanced processing of seismic reflection and wide-angle data with ProMAX.
- Fluent in Russian and English
- Member of the American Geophysical Union
- since 1995 Research Assistant, GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam,
- 1994-1995 DAAD fellowship at the US Geological Survey Menlo Park, California,
- til august 1994 Scientific employee at the GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, department of Deep Seismic Sounding,
- PhD at the Faculty of Physics of the University Karlsruhe
- 1992-1993 PhD student at the GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam and Geophysical Institute Karlsruhe,
- 1986-1991 Scientific employee at the Zentralinstitut für Physik der Erde Potsdam, department of seismology,
- Habilitation in Geophysics University of Potsdam, Germany, Structure of the Earth's upper mantle and transition zone
- Ph.D. Physics University of Karlsruhe, Germany, PhD thesis Upper mantle seismic studies using Russian Nuclear Explosions (Adviser: K. Fuchs)
- M.S. Physics Odessa State University, Ukraine, diploma thesis in scattering theory
- 4D-MB - "Mountain Building in Four Dimensions" dealing with local earthquake tomography in the AlpArray/4D-MB context, (DFG-funded; SPP 4D-MB 2017)
- MOSES - "Modular Observation Solutions for Earth Systems" (member of the Permafrost Thaw group; involved in development of (seismological) MOSES; funded by Helmholtz Association)
- SEIZE - "Seismic imaging of the Ivrea Zone" (DFG-funded)
- CaTeNA - "Climatic and Tectonic Natural Hazards in Central Asia" (BMBF-funded)
- UQ Uncertainty Quantification https://www.helmholtz-uq.de/
- Imaging the crustal and upper mantle structure of the Walfish Passive Continental Margin withinSPP SAMPLE
- Crustal investigations at SAFOD
- Inkaba yeAfrica
- Lake Toba
Awards:Fellowshios and Grants
- DFG grant: Crustal Structure at the Walfish ridge in Northern Namibia, LISPWAL 2010
- DFG grant: Crustal Structure beneath the Los Angeles Basin and San Andreas Fault, LARSE'99, 1999 - 2000
- DFG grant: Pre-site Surveys at the Global Site 'San Andreas Fault System', 1997 - 2000
- DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) postdoc fellowship, 1994/95