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Antelope User Group Meeting 2023
Antelope Virtual User Group Meeting 2023

Boulder Real Time Technologies (BRTT) and Kinemetrics are hosting a Virtual Antelope User Group Meeting January 18-19 from 9am - 12pm (Pacific), and would like to invite you to participate. We understand that this initial VAUG may not be convenient for all time zones and we are looking for another time slot next month to accommodate other regions. Suggestions are welcome.

There will be 8 presentations across the two-day event, each with a question and answer period following the presentation. If there are any volunteer presentations, we can accommodate time in the schedule between 11:30 PST and 12:00 PST. Please let us know.

We would love to see you there!

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Here is a look at the schedule.

Wednesday – January 18
9:00am - Kent Lindquist (BRTT)
What’s New in Antelope 5.12: Challenges and Future Directions

9:40am - Alex Farrell (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)
Reimagining How the Alaska Earthquake Center Authoritative Catalog is Generated – Part 1

10:20am - Mathias Franke (Kinemetrics)
Seismic Networks in the Cloud

11:00am - Alex Farrell (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)
Reimagining How the Alaska Earthquake Center Authoritative Catalog is Generated – Part 2

Thursday – January 19
9:00am - Gary Pavlis (Indiana University)
Massively Parallel Analysis System for Seismology (MsPASS): a Framework for New Frontiers in Seismology Research

10:00am - Dennis Pumphry (Kinemetrics)
Q8’s Mesh Network

10:30am - Jamie Steidl (University of California Santa Barbara)
Examples of how Antelope facilitates the engineering research on earthquake effects like nonlinear soil behavior and liquefaction, and on real-time monitoring and alerting for structural systems.

11:00am - Frank Vernon (University of California San Diego)
Antelope Structural Health Monitoring Applications
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