Scientific Program (Only speakers are listed, see abstracts for full list of authors) Saturday evening 18/9/2010 19:30 - Ice breaker at Maison Internationale Universitaire 21:15 - Diner in Clermont-Ferrand at “Le Faisan Doré” Sunday All day 19/9/2010 Field trip: Ascending Puy de Dôme and visit of Puy de Lemptegy Transfer from Clermont-Ferrand to Besse Monday Morning 20/9/2010 9:00 - Jean-Michel Douchain Auvergne seismic network: an overview 9:30 - Franck Donnadieu How Doppler radar can help linking surface explosive activity to magmatic conduit processes 10:00 - Sébastien Valade From conduit to surface dynamics at Arenal (Costa Rica): insights from Doppler radar and broadband seismic data 10:30 - Coffee break 11:00 - Mathieu Gouhier Real-Time monitoring of ash clouds dispersion using HotVolc Observation System (HVOS): Insights from MSG-SEVIRI measurements 11:30 - Aurélien Augier The April 2007 caldera collapse at Piton de la Fournaise, Réunion Island, imaged with InSAR and “tomography like” modelling 12:30 - Lunch Monday Afternoon 20/9/2010 14:00 - Tony Hurst Seismo-acoustic monitoring as part of integrated studies of Crater Lakes 14:30 - Susanna Falsaperla Fracture Reactivation and Magma Intrusion: The Case of the 1989 Fissure System at Mt Etna, Italy 15:00 - Richard Wall Forecasting Volcanic Eruptions in Extensional Tectonic Settings 15:30 - Coffee break 16:00 - Rosanna Smith Using Acoustic Emission Monitoring in the Laboratory to Help Understand Volcano Seismicity 16:30 - Ben Van Wyk de Vries Debris avalanches: relations between sedimentary aspects and kinematics of localized systems: interest of large scale models 17:00 - Tony Hurst (Last minute addition – no abstract) The September 4, 2010 earthquake near Christchurch (New Zealand) Monday Night 20/9/2010 Auvergne cheese and wine tasting session Tuesday All day 21/9/2010 Field trip : Ascending Puy de Sancy and visit of Lac Pavin Tuesday Night 21/9/2010 International white wine tasting session Wednesday Morning 22/9/2010 9:00 - Minoru Takeo Source process of long-period seismic pulses, and non-linear dynamics of long-period volcanic tremors observed at Mt. Asama 9:30 - Eliecer Duarte Radon Anomalies and Seismicity related to extraordinary volcanic activity. Arenal and Turrialba volcanoes, Costa Rica 10:00 - Cristian Farias On the relationship between great earthquakes and volcanic eruptions in Chile since 1900, with an application to the damage caused by the recent MW = 8:8 offshore Maule event 10:30 - Coffee break 11:00 - Agathe Schmid Pre-eruptive patterns from multi-parameter monitoring on Piton de la Fournaise volcano: implications for predictability 11:30 - Laurence Perrier Locating sources of explosion quakes and long-period events at Yasur volcano, Vanuatu 12:30 – Lunch Wednesday Afternoon 22/9/2010 14:00 - Jean-François Lénat Relationships between earthquakes, hydrothermal systems and eruptions: the case of Piton de la Fournaise 14:30 - Eliecer Duarte (Last minute addition – no abstract) Impact of volcanic gases and aerosols on vegetation around Turialba volcano, Costa Rica 15:00 - Philippe Jousset Eruption source processes derived from seismic and acoustic observations of the 25 september 2007 Ruapehu eruption – North island, New Zealand 15:30 - Coffee break 16:00 - Philippe Lesage Broad band seismic observations of vulcanian explosions, during the 2005 eruptive crisis of Volcán de Colima, Mexico 16:30 - Virginie Pinel Insight into the dynamics of the magma plumbing system through seismicity rate evolution 17:00 - Agathe Schmid Brittle seismic damage before eruptions, an insight on the pre-eruptive mechanisms 17:30 - Heidi Soosalu Lower crustal earthquakes at Askja volcano, Iceland: multi-location melt supply from the mantle within a single volcanic system Thursday Morning 23/9/2010 9:00 - Roberto Carniel Applying blind separation techniques to seismic noise 9:30 - Juergen Neuberg "Locko" Mission Impossible: moment tensor inversion for volcanic events 10:00 - Mark Thomas Linking observations at active volcanoes to physical processes through conduit flow modeling. How is it done, What do we need ? 10:30 - Coffee break 11:00 - Juergen Neuberg "Locko" An up-date on gas storage, transport and mass balance in volcanic systems 11:30 - Philippe Jousset First geophysical ground observations for volcanic risk mitigation within MIAVITA FP7 project: examples from Kanlaon (Philippines), Merapi (Indonesia) and Fogo (Cape Verde) volcanoes 12:30 - Lunch Thursday Afternoon 23/9/2010 14:00 - Adrian Jolly The cycle of a disaster 14:30 - Mario Ruiz Chugging signals at Reventador volcano, Ecuador 15:00 - Elodie Rivemale Volcanic activity initiation inferred over a decade of micro-seismicity monitoring at Piton de la Fournaise volcano 15:30 - Coffee break 16:00 - Philippe Jousset Seismic Tomography and Long-Period Earthquakes Observation and Modelling at the Hengill Geothermal Volcanic Complex, Iceland 16:30 - Jean Battaglia Very Broad-Band seismicity related to the 2007 step-by-step collapse of the Dolomieu crater, Piton de la Fournaise Volcano (La Réunion Island) Thursday Night 22/9/2010 International red wine tasting session Friday All day 24/9/2010 Field trip : Visit of Perrier outcrop and transfer to Clermont-Ferrand. Visit of the Laboratoire Magma et Volcans in Clermont-Ferrand. Visit of Vulcania Diner in Blanzat Night in Clermont-Ferrand at "Maison Universitaire Internationale"