During the summer of 2006, the main activities of the research project known as the Harvard Centroid-Moment-Tensor (CMT) Project moved with Principal Investigator Göran Ekström from Harvard University to Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) of Columbia University. Adam Dziewonski, the founder and co-Principal Investigator of the CMT project, is at Harvard University. The third active participant in the CMT project is Meredith Nettles at LDEO, Columbia University. The Harvard CMT Project is moving forward under the name "The Global CMT Project". The main dissemination point for information and results from the project is the web site www.globalcmt.org.
The CMT project has been continuously funded by the National Science Foundation since its inception, and is currently supported by award EAR-0639963.