Mgr. Jan Valenta, Ph.D.

Department of Seismotectonics
(Researcher)
 
E-mail - work: valentairsm.cas.cz
Phone - work: +420 266 009 345
Office: 380 (building: D, floor: 2)
 
Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics of the Czech Academy of Sciences
V Holesovickach 41
182 09, Prague 8
Czech Republic
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Odborné zaměření

  • Shallow seismic methods
  • Surface waves
  • Applied geophysics
  • Geoelectric survey
  • Gravity survey
  • Geophysics in archaeology
  • Inversion problems
  • Magnetometry

Education

2007 Ph.D. in Geophysics

  • Charles University, Prague, Faculty of Science

2001 - 2006 MSc. in Applied Geophysics

  • Charles University, Prague, Faculty of Science

Výuka

  • Applied geophysics, University of Arba Minch, Arba Minch, Ethiopia

 

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Software download

Refract3D – program for 3D seismic refraction data processing using the modified time-term method. Current version is 0.2. You can get the precompiled binaries for Linux and MS Windows or you can grab the sourcecode. In any case, get the manual and read the article by Valenta and Dohnal (2007), or an apropriate part (Chapters 1, 2) of my PhD thesis.

  • Applied geophysics

Publications and contributions in ResearchGate, ASEP and RIV database

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Current Projects

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Recent Projects

  • Increasing the quality of higher education and the creation of applied geology research center at the University of Arba Minch (Southern Ethiopia) (2015 - 2017)
  • Nature of seismicity in the Hronov-Poříčí fault area (2009 - 2013)
  • Paleoseismological evaluation of fault structures near NPP Temelín (2009-2010, SUJ/JC) (2009 - 2010)
  • Upper-crustal model of the Ohře Rift and its vicinity. (2006 - 2010)
  • PASSEQ (Passive Seismic Experiment) (2006 - 2007)
  • Hydrogeological effects of seismicity in the Hronov-Porici fault zone area (2005 - 2008)
  • Anisotropy of seismic waves in the uppermost part of the Earth crust (2003 - 2005)
  • Popularization

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