Symposium on the "Cooperative Research by Liaison between Hub Institutes", 2016, "Construction of a New Paradigm for Improving Uncertainty of Risk Evaluation for Large Magnitude Earthquakes"

  • Date : 25 Mar. 2016 - 25 Mar. 2016 09:00 - 18:00 hours
  • Symposium
Date 25 Mar. 2016 - 25 Mar. 2016 09:00 - 18:00 hours
Place Kihada Hall, Kyoto University Uji Campus

The cooperative research by liaison between hub institutes (DPRI-ERI) which is a part of the 5 year project will hold a symposium on the "Promotion of observation and research plan of earth-quakes and volcanos for contributing to mitigation of disasters". The DPRI-ERI is a project carried out from the beginning of FY2014.

 

Please feel free to join the symposium.

 

PROGRAMME

 

 

9:30

 

1 Opening address (5 min.)

2 Background and Purpose of the project "Cooperative Research

by Liaison between Hub institutes" (15 min.)

9:50

 

3   Progress report (2 hours in total)

3.1 Source model [Masatoshi Miyazawa (DPRI)]

3.2 Propagation path and deep structure [Kimihiro Mochizuki (ERI)]

3.3 Strong motion prediction [Takashi Iidaka (ERI)]

3.4 Shallow structure [Tetsuo Tobita (DPRI)]

3.5 Structure damage estimation [Hiroshi Kawase (DPRI)]

3.6 Risk evaluation [Kazuyoshi Nishijima (DPRI)]

3.7 Platform development [Shinichi Matsushima (DPRI)]

3.8 Stakeholder involvement [Norio Maki (DPRI)]

3.9 Uncertainty of risk evaluation [Seung Han Lee (DPRI)]

11:50 Lunch break
13:00

 

 

4   Invited presentations (40 min. each)

4.1 John Douglas (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)

"Estimation of Strong Ground Motion: Aleatory Variability and

Epistemic Uncertainty"

4.2 Christine Goulet (USC/SCEC)

"SCEC Broadband Platform (provisional)"

14:20 Coffee break
14:30 4.3 Thomas Le Guenan (BRGM)

"Strategies and tools for decision making (provisional)"

4.4 Katsuichiro Goda (University of Bristol)

TBA

15:50 Coffee break
16:00 5   Reduction of uncertainty (1 hour in total)

5.1 Source model

5.2 Propagation path and deep structure

5.3 Strong motion prediction

5.4 Shallow structure

5.5 Structure damage estimation

5.6 Risk evaluation

17:00 6 Discussions (55 min.)
17:55 7 Closing remarks (5 min.)
18:00 End