Matthew Hornbach

Matthew J. Hornbach

First Vice President, Planning at DGS

Location:
4925 Greenville Avenue Suite # 200, Dallas, Texas, United States
Company:
DGS
HQ Phone:
(214) 373-8614

General Information

Experience

Associate Professor of Earth Sciences  - Southern Methodist University

Research Associate  - The University of Texas at Austin

Education

Ph.D  - 

Affiliations

USAC Member  - U.S. Science Support Program

Recent News  

For his longtime DGS service and support for new programs we honor Joe with the Professional Service Award.   Public Service Award - Matt Hornbach Matt is an SMU associate professor with research interests that have been focused on marine geophysics, including methane hydrate systems, geofluids, and quantitative geohazard analysis – topics of interest to the public at large.
During the last two years Matt has served as DGS 1st VP, planning our luncheon programs, while new Dallas area seismicity has landed some of his geophysical research onshore in the local public arena. Matt has been working in this new research environment where geological and geophysical data will help us better understand the local earthquake activity. For research that provides an understanding of both marine and onshore geohazards the Dallas Geological Society presents Matt with the Public service award.   Scholarships Patrick Beachner: Patrick has taken an unusual path to become a geologist. Charles F. Dodge III, 1996 Lewis S. "Stan" Pittman, 1996 Dwight E. Roberts, 1996 Valary L. Schulz, 1996 Marsha J. Ward, 1996 Paul Buerhle, 1998 James A. Gibbs, 2000 William Crowder, 2002 Rich Green, 2002 Sam Limerick, 2002 Matt Hornbach, 2015

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Public Service Award - Matt Hornbach
Matt is an SMU associate professor with research interests that have been focused on marine geophysics, including methane hydrate systems, geofluids, and quantitative geohazard analysis - topics of interest to the public at large. During the last two years Matt has served as DGS 1st VP, planning our luncheon programs, while new Dallas area seismicity has landed some of his geophysical research onshore in the local public arena. Matt has been working in this new research environment where geological and geophysical data will help us better understand the local earthquake activity. For research that provides an understanding of both marine and onshore geohazards the Dallas Geological Society presents Matt with the Public service award.

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