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  • Matthias Lendholt [email_address] ISCRAM Summer School 2011
  • background
    • Education
      • 2002 B Eng Communication Systems, Universit y of Applied Sciences Berlin
      • 2005 MSc Software System Engineering, University of Potsdam
      • since 2010 PhD student at University of Osnabrück
    • Work
      • 2000-2007 Siemens Communication Networks
      • Since 2008 GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, www.gfz-potsdam.de
        • Sofware architect/developer, GIS expert, Tsunami Early Warning Systems
    • European Research Projects
      • DEWS, 6 th Framework Programme, www.dews-online.org
      • TRIDEC, 7 th FP, www.tridec-online.eu
  • Research topic(s)
    • >>Early Warning<< in Tsunami Early Warning Systems
    • Design and development of a generic information logistics for (tsunami) early warning.
      • Generating user-tailored warning messages (respecting area of interest, language, vocabulary, scope, message filtering strategies)
      • Mapping dispersion models to thread zones to bring the spatial reference of affected regions in an intelligible form to message recipient
      • Development / Implementation of reusable component for EWS:
        • Mapping Service (Dispersion Model  Administrative units)
        • Information Logistics Component
      • Incorporating high level requirements from UNESCO Intergovernmental Commission for ocean-wide tsunami early warning systems
      • Integrating standards from Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Systems (OASIS)
    • View on the full process chain:
  • My research topic is not
    • No dispersion models , no wave propagation, no seismic, fault zones, tectonic plates, no geology, no geophysics, …
    • No risk assessment, vulnerability studies, capacity building, risk awareness
    • But all of it has to be integrated!
  • Further information
    • Poster of my thesis: http://goo.gl/YiJl
    • Questionnaire (part of my thesis): http ://goo.gl/byZuN
    • Publications (incomplete list): http ://goo.gl/7DHXN
    • Facebook: https ://facebook.com/lendholt