University of Geneva
The University of Geneva joined the Academic Software Initiative (ASI) in April 2010. Originally requesting just two licences they have upgraded this year to the standard academic package of 20.
In their first year as ASI members, the University has used their license of Move for Undergraduate teaching including Structural Geology (Laboratory and Field Course): demonstration of 3D geometries and forward modelling and restoration with 3DMove.
One of their Masters Students is using it in their research: "3D sedimentary correlations between archaeological sites in the Sion area (Valais, Switzerland" and the license was also utilised on a PhD project: "Modelling interactions between deformation, erosion and sedimentation in foreland basins and fold-thrust belts".
The BSc teaching course uses the Graitery anticline (Swiss Jura) to teach balancing cross-sections, restoration and kinematic validation. 2DMove is used for forward modelling for the final kinematic validation.
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