2010 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
2000 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
His primary scientific interests are in Optics, Seismic interferometry, Acoustics, Scattering and Surface wave. Roel Snieder studies Optics, namely Wave propagation. Roel Snieder has included themes like Amplitude and Mathematical analysis in his Wave propagation study.
His Seismic interferometry research is classified as research in Interferometry. The concepts of his Acoustics study are interwoven with issues in Attenuation and Energy. His studies in Scattering integrate themes in fields like Computational physics, Perturbation and Fresnel zone.
Seismology, Optics, Interferometry, Seismic interferometry and Scattering are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Waveform, Geophysics and Geodesy. As part of his studies on Interferometry, Roel Snieder often connects relevant areas like Deconvolution.
His research in Seismic interferometry intersects with topics in Acoustics, Surface and Borehole. His Scattering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wave propagation, Computational physics and Classical mechanics. His Wave propagation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Geometry and Mathematical analysis.
Roel Snieder mostly deals with Optics, Scattering, Interferometry, Deconvolution and Seismology. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surface and Superresolution. His Interferometry research focuses on Acoustics and how it relates to Image processing, Inverse theory and Seismic tomography.
The Seismology study combines topics in areas such as Great circle, Autocorrelation and USArray. His research investigates the link between Great circle and topics such as Seismic interferometry that cross with problems in Ambient noise level. Roel Snieder focuses mostly in the field of Computational physics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Surface wave and, in certain cases, Attenuation.
His main research concerns Optics, Scattering, Acoustics, Wave propagation and Multiple. His work deals with themes such as Algorithm, Homogeneity, Finite volume method and Inverse filter, which intersect with Optics. His research integrates issues of Geodesy, Coda, Great circle, USArray and Autocorrelation in his study of Scattering.
His Acoustics research incorporates elements of Image processing, Inverse theory and Computation. His Wave propagation study combines topics in areas such as Plasticity, Peak ground acceleration, Supershear earthquake, Nonlinear elasticity and Mechanics. His studies deal with areas such as Virtual source and Interferometry as well as Reciprocity.
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Extracting the Green's function from the correlation of coda waves: A derivation based on stationary phase
Physical Review E (2004)
Coda wave interferometry for estimating nonlinear behavior in seismic velocity.
Roel Snieder;Alexandre Grêt;Huub Douma;John Scales.
Extracting the Building Response Using Seismic Interferometry: Theory and Application to the Millikan Library in Pasadena, California
Roel Snieder;Erdal Şafak.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2006)
Tutorial on seismic interferometry: Part 1 — Basic principles and applications
Kees Wapenaar;Deyan Draganov;Roel Snieder;Xander Campman.
Seismic interferometry-turning noise into signal
Andrew Curtis;Peter Gerstoft;Haruo Sato;Roel Snieder.
IN SITU MEASUREMENTS OF SHEAR‐WAVE VELOCITY IN SEDIMENTS WITH HIGHER‐MODE RAYLEIGH WAVES*
P. Gabriels;R. Snieder;G. Nolet.
Geophysical Prospecting (1987)
The Theory of Coda Wave Interferometry
Pure and Applied Geophysics (2006)
Eikonal tomography: surface wave tomography by phase front tracking across a regional broad‐band seismic array
Fan Chi Lin;Michael H. Ritzwoller;Roel Snieder.
Geophysical Journal International (2009)
Marchenko imagingMarchenko imaging
Kees Wapenaar;Jan Thorbecke;Joost van der Neut;Filippo Broggini.
Spurious multiples in seismic interferometry of primaries
Roel Snieder;Kees Wapenaar;Ken Larner.
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