Symposium of the “Cooperative Research by Liaison between Hub Institutes”, 2017 “Construction of a New Paradigm for Improving Accuracy of Risk Evaluation for Large Magnitude Earthquakes”

  • Date : 27 Mar. 2017 - 28 Mar. 2017
  • Symposium
Date 27 Mar. 2017 - 28 Mar. 2017
Place Kihada Hall, Uji Obaku Plaza, Kyoto University, Uji Campus

 

Day 1 :(March 27th, 2017) 13:00-17:00

13:00 Opening address and introduction of the project and the symposium
13:10 Progress report for FY2016
– Seung Han LEE (Program-Specific Researcher, DPRI, Kyoto University, Japan)
Issues and challenges in risk evaluation and its uncertainty reduction at Osaka and Kochi prefectures against Nankai trough earthquakes
14:10 Invited presentation
– Philippe GUÉGUEN (Senior Researcher, Insitut des Sciences de la Terre, France)
Urban Seismology: cross-coupling of nonlinear site response with buildings in cities like environment
15:10 Coffee break
15:30 Invited presentation
– Danijel SCHORLEMMER (Professor, GFZ Potsdam, Germany)
TBA
16:30 Progress report for FY2016
– Hiroshi KAWASE (Professor, DPRI, Kyoto University, Japan)
The damage survey report of AIJ and observed strong ground motions in downtown Mashiki during the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake: Implications for quantitative prediction of building damage
17:30 End of day 1
17:45 Reception

 
 

Day:2 (March 28th, 2017) 10:00-17:00
9:30 Invited presentation
– Dun WANG (Professor, China University of Geosciences at Wuhan, China)
High frequency energy radiation of recent large earthquakes as revealed by tele-seismic observations
10:30 Progress report for FY2016
– Honjun SI (Research Fellow, ERI, University of Tokyo, Japan)
On ground motion evaluation using ground motion prediction equation (GMPE) for subduction-zone earthquakes in Japan
11:30 Lunch
13:00 Invited presentations
– Jean-Paul PINELLI (Visiting Professor, DPRI; Professor, Florida Institute of Technology, USA)
Perspective from the point of view of Hurricane/Typhoon Risk Modeling
– Michiko SHIGEFUJI (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University, Japan)
Evaluation of Strong Ground Motion Characteristics in the Kathmandu Valley for Earthquake Disaster Mitigation -Case Study on the Strong Ground Motion and Damage during the 2015 Gorkha, Nepal Earthquake-
15:00 Coffee break
15:20 Invited presentation
– Seckin Ozgur CITAK (Project Research Scientist, CEAT, JAMSTEC, Japan)
SATREPS MarDiM Project on Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster Mitigation in the Marmara Region and Disaster Education in Turkey
16:20 Discussions on improving accuracy of risk evaluation for large magnitude earthquakes
17:25 Closing remarks
17:30 End of symposium

 

Contact: Shinichi Matsushima (DPRI, Kyoto University)
matsushima@sds.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp

<This is a tentative program as of March 17th, 2017. Starting and ending time and order of presentations may change. Please wait for the final version of the program for the fixed schedule.>