Rethinking research at MIT’s Earth Resources Laboratory
WebsEdge Science and AGU TV 2020
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
The Earth Resources Laboratory (ERL) is MIT’s home for geophysical research driven by technological questions. The laboratory is comprised of a dozen faculty members and their groups, active in areas ranging from seismology to geomechanics, rock physics, flows in porous media, and methods of inversion, inference, and uncertainty quantification.