Congratulations to Roseanne Clement who has been awarded the IASPEI Early Career Award and Best Oral Presentation at ESC 2018.
Roseanne Clement, from the School of GeoSciences, picks up the International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth’s Interior (IASPEI) Early Career Award together with Best Oral Presentation at the recent 36th Assembly of the European Seismological Commission. The Assembly took place on 2-7 September in Malta. The Early Career Award was given for the highest scored presentation.
She presented her work entitled ‘Using multiplets to find small signals in Big Data’ which outlined her recent research on analysing earthquake nucleation by creating an algorithm to find patterns in seismic data.
Roseanne Clement, PhD Student at School of GeoSciences, said:
“Giving my first international conference presentation was an incredibly daunting task, but I am so glad I did it as I’ve made some great connections and obtained some extremely useful feedback which will help me with my future work. Alongside the help of the Principal’s Go Abroad Fund and my own sponsors, the Edinburgh, Earth and Environment Doctoral Training Partnership (E3 DTP), my work wouldn't have been possible without my supervisors, Prof Ian Main and Dr Andrew Bell, as well as the Terracorrelator supercomputer (funded by NERC) and the help of Mike Mineter and Rosa Filgueira with it. I'm very grateful to all of them! “