Participation in the EGU General Assembly 2023 conference

May 2, 2023 | News

Colleagues working on the CRONOS project, Dinko Šindija and Iva Lončar, participated in the international conference EGU General Assembly 2023 in Vienna, held from April 23rd to 28th. They presented their research on the Petrinja earthquake from December 2020 at the conference.

EGU General Assembly is one of the largest global conferences in the field of geosciences, making it an ideal platform for presenting conducted research, projects, and networking experts from the same scientific fields.

At this year’s EGU, there were 18 831 registered participants, with 15 453 attending in person in Vienna from 107 countries, and 3 378 joining online from 105 countries. A total of 16 357 presentations were given within 938 sessions. 57% of the abstracts were identified as contributions from Early Career Scientists (ECS), including collaborator Iva Lončar.

The conference was also attended in person by Helena Latečki and Marija Mustać Brčić, who are collaborators on the CRONOS project.

The following papers were presented at the conference as the results of research conducted within the CRONOS project:

Lončar, I., Causse, M., Vallée, M., and Markušić, S.: Slow rupture propagation and large stress drop during the 2020 Mw6.4 Petrinja earthquake, EGU General Assembly 2023, Vienna, Austria, 24–28 Apr 2023, EGU23-4934,, 2023.

Sindija, D., Ammirati, J.-B., Mustac Brcic, M., Stipcevic, J., and Hetenyi, G.: The Petrinja earthquake series located and visualised using machine learning, EGU General Assembly 2023, Vienna, Austria, 24–28 Apr 2023, EGU23-12453,, 2023.

Dasović, I., Herak, D., Herak, M., Latečki, H., Sečanj, M., Tomljenović, B., Cvijić-Amulić, S., Mustać Brčić, M., Belinić Topić, T., and Stipčević, J.: The Berkovići (BA) 22 April 2022 earthquake sequence – seismological and seismotectonic analysis, EGU General Assembly 2023, Vienna, Austria, 24–28 Apr 2023, EGU23-13405,, 2023.

Prepared by Iva Lončar