Proposal of dissertation topics

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Doctoral School coordinator

assoc. prof. KRZYSZTOF KOCHANEK

tel.: +48 22 6915-862
e-mail: studia.doktoranckie@igf.edu.pl

Hindcasting and Projections of Hydro-Climatic Conditions of Southern SPITSBERGEN

Cellular automata modeling inter-event time distributions for earthquakes

Vulnerability of the San River catchment to a change of magnitude and spatio-temporal precipitation patterns

Assimilation of radar data for analysis of spatio-temporal rainfall patterns causing the largest floods in the San basin.

Stationary and non-stationary analysis of upper quantiles of seasonal and annual flow maxima distributions in the selected hydrological nodes of the Vistula river and its tributaries and the reaches between them.

Numerical analysis of hydromagnetic dynamo driven by the Magnetic Buoyancy Instability

Numerical analysis of new mechanisms of a large-scale hydromagnetic dynamo

Analysis of the so-called Magnetic Buoyancy Instability (MBI) and its relation to hydro-magnetic dynamo in the solar interior

Analysis of the so-called MAC waves (Magnetic-Achimedean-Coriolis) generated in the Earth’s outer core by the buoyancy, magnetic and inertial forces.

Electromagnetic Soundings of the Earth's Interior

Modelling of non-Markovian time series by the modified nonlinear Langevin equation

The goal of the proposed research is to apply called Time Reversal method for inversion seismic moment tensor for mining induced seismic data.

Analysis of microscopic rupture processes and their relation to natural/induced seismic events using advance numerical simulations. These simulations are planned to be based on the modern Discrete Element Method approach

Lithospheric structure and tectonics of ultra-slow mid-oceanic ridge and passive continental margin on an example of the Knipovich Ridge in the Svalbard region based on seismic passive and active methods.”

Non-DC components of full moment tensor solution as an artifact of P and S wave amplitude inversion.

Looking for characteristic footprints in seismic process evolution as the tool in discrimination between tectonic and reservoir triggered seismicity.

Seismicity of subduction zones: hierarchical asperity model perspective

Non-linear interactions in the tropical atmosphere

Projects