The work of the Observatory’s scientists is supported by four offices, each doing so in different ways. The Centre for Geohazard Observations manage and install monitoring instruments in collaboration with the scientific research teams, providing support in technical matters.
Through various programmes and mediums, the Art+Media group, the Philanthropy Office and the Community Engagement Office reach out to audiences in southeast Asia and beyond, promoting Earth science, elevating the Observatory’s work and deepening impact within communities.
The work of the Art+Media Group directed by Isaac Kerlow fosters the collaboration between artists and Earth scientists and through highly interdisciplinary projects, focusing on the deep connection of human life and civilization with Earth and Nature.
Centre for Geohazard Observations
The Centre for Geohazard Observations (CGO) is responsible for installing and managing the Observatory’s geophysical and other field instrumentation networks spread over seven countries across South and Southeast Asia. It supports EOS in various technical matters include acquiring, computing, and archiving geophysical data. The Office strives to provide a better and more conducive technological environment for our scientists both in the field and in the lab.
As Observatory scientists address geohazard challenges for southeast Asia, the Community Engagement Office strives to share the work and expertise of our scientists. With established channels of communication, we reach a growing audience of interested and engaged users. Our outreach and education initiatives aim to connect with a broader audience, developing deeper relationships with both scientific and non-scientific communities worldwide as we build public awareness of geohazards research.
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