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.
|1 Opening address (5 min.)
2 Background and Purpose of the project "Cooperative Research
by Liaison between Hub institutes" (15 min.)
|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)]
4 Invited presentations (40 min. each)
4.1 John Douglas (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)
"Estimation of Strong Ground Motion: Aleatory Variability and
4.2 Christine Goulet (USC/SCEC)
"SCEC Broadband Platform (provisional)"
|14:30||4.3 Thomas Le Guenan (BRGM)
"Strategies and tools for decision making (provisional)"
4.4 Katsuichiro Goda (University of Bristol)
|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.)|