Seismo-at-School in Nepal


A crowdfunding campaign started

After very successful first phase of the program, seismology at school in Nepal, we have launched a fundraising campaign for the second phase of the program mainly to extend the network in the remaining part of the country. Our aim is to purchase further low-cost sensors to be installed in[…]

Impact of our program published

Another peer-reviewed article about impact of our program on earthquake awareness and preparedness has been published on 22 September in Geoscience Communication, an interactive open-access journal of the European Geosciences Union (EGU). The full-length article is available here.  The Seismology at School in Nepal program thanks to all participating schools for[…]

ML6.0 earthquake near Kathmandu

According to the National Seismological Centre in Kathmandu, an earthquake of local magnitude 6.0 was reported near Kathmandu, on Wednesday morning. The epicentre of the earthquake was ~50 km east of Kathmandu, Nepal at Sindhupalchok district. The earthquake struck at 5:19 local time. This tremor has recorded by the Nepal[…]

Lockdown reduces ambient seismic noise

The “lockdown” lowering the level of environmental ground vibrations has found wide attention already in the Spring in social media and on websites (here). The full scientific treatment with examples from around the world, including this project, is now published in Science. Project director Prof. Dr. György Hetényi and project leader[…]

Project features in American news magazine

Following our research article on the Seismology-at-school-in-Nepal project was published earlier this month, the magazine of the American Geophysical Union, Eos, communicated a comprehensive news about it today. It is a good summary for all audiences, whether you know the project already or are new to it.

Seismo-at-School in Nepal article published

The first peer-reviewed article about our project including some interesting results on the educational and seismological implementation has been published on 9th April at Frontiers in Earth Science journal. The full-length article is available here.  The Seismology at School in Nepal program thanks all participating schools for their coordination and support.