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Chairs: Alain Cochard, Strasbourg, and Eugeneiusz “Eugene” Majewski, Poland.

  1. Understanding the difference between direct rotation and acceleration-derived rotation in terms of structural or wave field properties.
  2. The relevance of rotational motions for source inversion.
  3. Rotational motions in various rheologies (anisotropic, viscoelastic, viscoplastic).
  4. Physics of rotations in rock-forming minerals:  dislocations and disclinations.
  5. Generation, propagation, and attenuation of seismic rotational waves.
  6. Dispersion of seismic rotational waves.
  7. Solitary rotational waves as a fracture mechanism.
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