Geophysical Journal International (GJI) is delighted to announce the winners of its Student Author Awards for 2017.
The awards are designed to recognise and acknowledge the best papers submitted to GJI by young scientists in the field. Manuscripts are short listed by the high profile Editorial Board and are highlighted on the GJI homepage.
To qualify, winners must be the first author of the paper and a registered student at the time of submission to the journal. Papers must have been subsequently published in a 2017 issue of GJI.
This year's winners are:
- Lucile Bruhat for her paper 'Deformation rates in northern Cascadia consistent with slow updip propagation of deep interseismic creep'
(Lucile Bruhat and Paul Segall (2017), Geophys. J. Int., 211, 427–449)
- Quentin Brissaud for his paper 'Hybrid Galerkin numerical modelling of elastodynamics and compressible Navier–Stokes couplings: applications to seismo-gravito acoustic waves' (Quentin Brissaud, Roland Martin, Raphaël Garcia, and Dimitri Komatitsch (2017), Geophys. J. Int., 210, 1047–1069)
The articles are available with free online access.