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CCITA is dedicated to creating and fostering focused interactions between
engineers, and mathematicians for the purpose of developing and applying advanced
methodologies in physics, geophysics, and high performance computer modeling to research
of direct relevance to national and international safety, security, and peace. The Center's
work divides into the following six Research Program Elements:
1. Program for monitoring
and verifying the nuclear Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT).
2. Program for anti-personnel landmine and unexploded ordnance detection and
3. Program for environmental monitoring and protection.
4. Program for natural hazard (e.g., earthquake) assessment.
5. Program for environmentally non-invasive geophysical prospecting and imaging.
6. Program on the structure, dynamics, and evolution of the Earth, its solid regions as
well as its oceans and atmosphere.
There are two principles that guide the endeavors of the Center:
Principle 1. Genuine advances in the Center's Programs require active and substantial
collaboration with industry and the Federal Government.
Principle 2. It is both important and useful to include young scientists at all levels
(undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral) in the Center's research
||Director||Associate Professor in Physics|
|Eric Bergman||CCITA Fellow||Global Seismological Services|
|E. Robert Engdahl||CCITA Fellow||Lecturer in Physics|
|Thomas L. Geers||CCITA Fellow||Professor in Mechanical Engineering|
|Danny Harvey||CCITA Fellow||Boulder Real Time Technologies|
|Eugene M. Lavely||CCITA Fellow||Blackhawk Geometrics|
|Anatoli L. Levshin||CCITA Fellow||Lecturer in Physics|
|Lev Ostrovsky||CCITA Fellow||Research Associate in CIRES/NOAA|
|Peter B. Weichman||CCITA Fellow||Blackhawk Geometrics|
|Misha Barmin||CCITA Post-Doc||Physics|
|Junseong Heo||CCITA Post-Doc||Physics|
|Alan Lun||CCITA Post-Doc||Physics|
|Antonio Villasenor||CCITA Post-Doc||Physics|