48th Nordic Seismology Seminar 12.6. - 13.6.2017

The seminar is organized by the Institute of Seismology, University of Helsinki, and it will be arranged on Kumpula Science Campus in Helsinki, Finland.

Poster and oral presentations will be welcome. The seminar is arranged back-to-back with the 2nd Nordic EPOS meeting and, therefore, we kindly request that EPOS related presentations are moved to the EPOS meeting starting on 14th of June.

In case you have any questions you can contact us using nordics-info@helsinki.fi.


Nordic Seismology seminar has traditionally covered topics related to seismological research done in Nordic countries, Northwestern Russia and the Baltic states. These topics include detection seismology, seismic networks, earthquake catalogs & historical seismicity, structural studies of the crust and upper mantle, new methods in data-analysis and more.


Registration for the 48th Nordic Seismology seminar is now closed.


You can download the individual session program.

The final programs and abstracts for both Nordic meetings are also available for download.

Monday, 12.6.2017
  • 09:30 Registration at Exactum lobby
  • 10:15 Opening and morning session
    • Meeting will be opened by Professor Juha Karhu. Head of the Department of Geosciences and Geography at the University of Helsinki
  • 11:30 Lunch
  • 13:00 Afternoon Session
  • 14:30 Coffee
  • 15:00 Field trip to Suomenlinna
  • ca. 18:00 Conference dinner at restaurant Suomenlinnan Panimo (Suomenlinna brewery).
Tuesday, 13.6.2017
  • 10:00 Morning session
  • 11:30 Lunch
  • 13:00 Afternoon session
  • 14:30 Closing remarks and invitation by the next year's host
  • 14:40 Poster session with coffee
  • 16:00 End of the Nordic Seismology Seminar
  • 18:00 Rector’s Reception at Helsinki University main building (Unioninkatu 34)
    • Hosted by Professor Esko Ukkonen, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Science
    • Room: Opettajien lehtisali
    • Entrance is from the Senate square side.
Wednesday, 14.6.2017
  • 09:00 – 11:15 Informal get-together for people working with daily seismic analysis in Nordic countries (Exactum 4th floor, room D413)
  • 11:15 – 12:30 Nordic Participation in seismological organizations and programs