Abstracts List

Abstracts List

List updated on march 31, 2017

ID First Name Last Name Title Affiliation Country Abstract 
A001 Aleksandr M. Linkov Professor IPM Russian Academy of Sciences; Rzeszow University of Technology Russia Speeding up simulation of seismic aseismic events for joint geomechanical and geophysical monitoring in mines
A002 Laura Brown PhD Candidate Laurentian University Canada Observed variations in the seismic response through total radiated seismic energy during a mine shutdown
A003 Ross Seedsman Dr Seedsman Geotechnics Pty Ltd Australia Application of rock-burst concepts to understanding the sudden collapse of ribs in coal mines
A004 Sivakumar Cherukuri Mr National Institute of Rock Mechanics India Hydroelectric Caverns Regional Stability and Rock bolts failure evaluation using Induced Microseismicity
A005 Gustavo Soto Muster Mr Center for Mathematical Modeling, University of Chile Chile Spectro-temporal Power Signature Estimation on Seismic-coda Data
A006 Adam Lurka Professor Główny Instytut Górnictwa- GIG Poland In-situ seismic monitoring and analysis of rock mass response to mining: case study of strong seismic event on September 30th 2015 in Janina coal mine
A007 Luis Toro Ingeniero Codelco – División Andina Chile Seismic activity monitoring during advance of the cave in the areas 15, 16 and 17 III Panel North División Andina Codelco-chile
A008 Rudziński Łukasz PhD Institute of Geophysics PAS Poland IS-EPOS Platform for Anthropogenic Seismicity Research: a modern e-tool of EPOS Thematic Core Service Anthropogenic Hazards”, designed to integrate infrastructures and facilitate research of human induced seismicity
A009 Yousef Abolfazlzadeh PhD Candidate Queen’s University Canada Statistical analysis of the outlier events from seismic stress inversion
A010 Anneliese Honscha Botelho PhD Luleå Tekniska Universitet Sweden Effects of parallel fractures near a free surface on velocity amplification of S-wave
A011 Rudziński Łukasz PhD Institute of Geophysics PAS Poland Complex Mechanism of Rockburst observed on Polish Copper Mines
A012 Richard Lynch Dr Institute of Mine Seismology Australia Active Seismic Monitoring: Range and Resolution
A013 Richard Lynch Dr Institute of Mine Seismology Australia Underground Reflection Seismology
A014 Richard Lynch Dr Institute of Mine Seismology Australia Full-Waveform Location of Microseismic Events in Mines
A015 Dunlop Echavarría Raynal Ingeniero Codelco – División El Teniente Chile Short Term Seismic Hazard Assessment at the El Teniente Mine
A016 Guillermo Krstulovic Mr Geomecanica Ltda Chile Evaluación del criterio de deterioro en rocas y el co-criterio energía de deformación para anticipar y mitigar el rockburst en explotación por caving
A017 Frank Calixto Mr Institute of Mine Seismology Australia Constraining the shape of a cave in mass mining using seismic attenuation measurements based on passive monitoring data
A018 Oliver Carusone Mr Laurentian University Canada Influence of mining sequence on seismic hazard in yielding stope pillars
A019 Gerrit Olivier Dr Institute of Mine Seismology Australia Routine measurements of stress changes in deep underground mines with seismic noise
A020 Gerrit Olivier Dr Institute of Mine Seismology Australia Monitoring the stability of tailings dam walls with ambient seismic noise
A021 Boris Tarasov Prof The University of Western Australia Australia Fan-hinged shear mechanism as a source of shear rupture rockbursts
A022 Ernest Lotter Dr Institute of Mine Seismology Australia Deterministic Hazard for  Complex Seismic Events in Heterogeneous Media
A023 Ernest Lotter Dr Institute of Mine Seismology Australia Cave Front Tracking using Anomalous Travel Times
A024 Gustavo Soto Muster Ingeniero Center for Mathematical Modeling- University of Chile Chile A seismic data-driven methodology to assess the probability of softening and hardening regimes
A025 Jannes Kinscher Dr INERIS-Institut national de l’environnement industriel et des risques France Evidence for triggered seismicity in a flooded, abandoned coal mine (Gardanne, Provence, France)
A026 Daryl Rebuli Dr Institute of Mine Seismology Canada High Quality Microseismic Monitoring in Mines: Accelerometers or Geophones?
A027 Rudziński Łukasz PhD Institute of Geophysics PAS Poland Towards Energy Magnitude for Mining Induced Seismicity
A028 Jannes Kinscher Dr INERIS-Institut national de l’environnement industriel et des risques France Microseismic monitoring of caving and collapsing events in two solution mining cases
A029 Jan Sileny Dr Institute of Geophysics, Czech Academy of Sciences Czech Republic Seismic source mechanism extended for rupture propagation estimate a chance for the fault identification
A030 Patricia Boeg- Jensen Mr LKAB Sweden Hydraulic Fracturing at LKAB’s mines in Kiruna and Malmberget
A031 Francesca De Santis Miss INERIS-Institut national de l’environnement industriel et des risques France Evaluation of location accuracy performance of microseismic arrays: case study of a deep metal mine monitoring network
A032 Matías Fuentes Mr REDCO Mining Consultants Chile Caving Rock Burst Potential Index as an Indicator Seismic Risk in Block Cave Mining
A033 Jacques Gerber Mr Institute of Mine Seismology South Africa Calibration of Modelled Seismicity in South African Mines
A034 Germán Fischer Mr GEOBRUGG Chile Full scale dynamic tests of a ground support system using high-tensile strength chain link mesh in El Teniente Mine, Chile
A035 Adam Baig Mr ESG Canada Inc Canada Ambient noise tomography for tracking stress in mining operations
A036 Adam Baig Mr ESG Canada Inc Canada De-stressing Pillars with Hydraulic Fracture Stimulations: Lessons learned from Applications to Oil and Gas
A037 Adam Baig Mr ESG Canada Inc Canada Resolving the Behavior of theResolving the Behavior of the Rock Mass in the Sill Pillar through Dynamic Parameters
A038 Adam Baig Mr ESG Canada Inc Canada Temporal Changes in Stress State Imaged through Seismic Tomography
A039 Stephen Meyer Mr Institute of Mine Seismology Australia Soft Assignment Classification of Seismicity in Caving Mines
A040 David Bazalar Mr Laurentian University Canada Use of statistical independence tests to infer the state of failure of secondary pillars – Part 1: A frequentist approach
A041 Andres Brzovic Mr Codelco – División El Teniente Chile Integrated photogrammetry and (un)conditional discrete fracture network modeling to determine rock structure around excavations at the El Teniente mine
A042 Andres Brzovic Mr Codelco – División El Teniente Chile Fault Slip Inversion data analysis on Large Seismic Event surrounding isolated tunnels at the El Teniente Mine
A043 Rodrigo Fuentes Mr Codelco – División El Teniente Chile Mecanismos de Fuente Sísmica en Bloque 1, Mina El Teniente
A044 Rodrigo Fuentes Mr Codelco – División El Teniente Chile 35 Años de Monitoreo Sísmico en Mina El Teniente
A045 Rodrigo Fuentes Mr Codelco – División El Teniente Chile Comportamiento Dinámico No Lineal de Complejo Máfico El Teniente
A046 Gerrie van Aswegen Dr Institute of Mine Seismology South Africa Seismic sources and rockburst damage in South Africa and Chile
A047 Javier Cornejo Mr Codelco – División El Teniente Chile Analysis of induced seismicity by area incorporation blasting in Reservas Norte mine
A048 Willem de Beer Dr ESG Solutions Australia Site-specific design scaling law parameters for ground motion at the DMLZ, Grasberg
A049 Adriana Perez Miss Instituto de Innovación en Minería y Metalurgia IM2 Chile Estudios Geofísicos para detección de zonas de acumulación de barro en minas explotadas por métodos Caving
A050 Fidelis Suorineni Professor The University of New South Wales Australia The significance of time in understanding mining seismicity in risk management – Benefits of Virtual Reality Scientific Visualisation
A051 Adrian Batugin Professor Mining Institute of National University of Science and Technology (NUST MISIS) Russia Study of tectonophysical conditions of tectonic rock bursts and mining seismic events
A052 Denisse Pasten Miss Department of Physics- University of Chile Chile Complex Networks Applied to Induced Seismicity
A053 Eamonn Hancock Mr Newcrest Mining Australia Amplification of velocity and displacement at the surface of an excavation
A054 David Cuello Mr Newcrest Mining Australia Ground Motion Amplification at the Skin of Excavation at Cadia East Mine
A055 David Cuello Mr Newcrest Mining Australia On-line Monitoring Short Term Hazard after Production Blasts in Telfer Subelvel Cave Mine
A056 Tianhui Ma Mr Dalian University China Prediction of Rockbursts in Long Deep-Buried Tunnels
A057 Rodrigo Estay Mr Advanced Mining Technology Center (AMTC)- University of Chile Chile Space-time clustering method and its application to seismic hazard in mines with induced seismicity data
A058 Gerhard Morkel Mr Australian Centre for Geomechanics Australia The effect of seismic data quality and consistency on Seismic hazard assessment
A059 Cesar Valderrama Mr Instituto de Innovación de Mineraí y Metalurgía S.A. Chile Fracturamiento hidraulico en medio pre acondicionado
A060 Alice Tonnellier Miss INERIS-Institut national de l’environnement industriel et des risques France Global monitoring strategy for better prediction and early warning of seismic hazard proneness
A061 Samar Ahmed Dr Ecole des Mines de Nancy France Rockburst proneness due to large-scale excavations in deep mines (Case study: The Provence coal mine)
A062 Thomas Hauquin PhD Université de Lorraine Nancy School of Mines- Laboratoire GeoRessources France The explicit modelling of kinetic energy for pillar burst prediction
A063 David Regalado Mr Compañía Mines Buenaventura S.A.A Perú Mecanismos de evento sísmico y Rockburst en mina Uchucchacua
A064 Mauricio Sarrazin Professor University of Chile Chile Evaluation of kinetic energy of ejected rock during rock burst by means of image processing of compression testing of cylindrical samples
A065 Grzegorz Mutke D. Sc. Central Mining Institute Poland Intensity of the last strongest seismic events induced  by mining in the Upper Silesia Coal Basin – Poland
A066 Koos Bosman Mr Open House Management Solutions South Africa The Stilfontein Earthquake – a case study
A067 Marcos Gaete Mr Advanced Mining Technology Center (AMTC)- University of Chile Chile Impact of hydraulic fracturing on seismicity at El Teniente Mine, Codelco-Chile
A068 Phil Dight Mr Australian Centre for Geomechanics- University of Western Australia Australia Brittle behaviour and post-failure response of rock and implications for identifying strainburst vulnerability
A069 Javier Vallejos Mr Advanced Mining Technology Center (AMTC)- University of Chile. Codelco – División El Teniente Chile Numerical modeling of dynamic response of reinforcement elements at seismic events
A070 Juan Andrés Jarufe Mr Mining Department- University of Santiago de Chile Chile Rock Burst Hazard Evaluation Through falls of ground observations at Deep and Stressed Mining
A071 Lasocki  Stanislaw Professor Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences Polanco A catastrophic event in Rudna copper-ore mine in Poland on November 29th, 2016: what, how and why
A072  Maria  Kozlowska Miss  Miami University USA Model for estimating quantitatively the spatio-temporal behavior of seismic activity after the occurrence of a mining- induced strong seismic event
A073 Xun Luo Mr CSIRO Energy Australia Passive microseismic monitoring of coal gas emission in coal mining
A074 Wouter Hartman Mr GEOHART Civil and Mining Australia Evaluation of a ground support system against expected rockbursts
A075 Marcelo Uria Mr Chile Experiencias Estallidos en Túneles en Perú y en Chile
A076 Ivan Piñeyro Mr CODELCO TeCh Chile Experimental verification of the damage extension variability along blast holes in a confined blasting campaign