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Information update: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 14:21

2017 Taiwan - Japan - New Zealand Seismic Hazard Assessment Meeting

2017.10.30 (Mon) - 2017.11.03 (Fri)
Meeting: 2017.10.30 (Mon) - 2017.10.31 (Tue)
Field Trip: 2017.11.01 (Wed) - 2017.11.03 (Fri)
Location: Room3, International Conference Hall, Kung-Fu Campus, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan


10.30 MONDAY

08:30-09:00

Registration

09:00-09:10

Opening (Ruey-Juin Rau)

Session I: PHA Progress

Chair

Ruey-Juin Rau and Bill Fry

09:10-09:25

Matt Gerstenberger (GNS)

Recent Seismic Hazard Modelling in New Zealand

09:25-09:40

Hiroyuki Fujiwara (NIED)

National seismic hazard maps for Japan and an integrated system for sharing information, J-SHIS

09:40-09:55

Ruey-Juin Rau and
Ya-Ting Lee
(NCKU & NCU)

The 2017 update of TEM PSHA

09:55-10:20

Mark Petersen
(USGS)

US National Seismic Hazard Model

10:20-10:50

Coffee Break

Session II: NSHM Model Validation

Chair

Matt Gerstenberger and Kuo-Fong Ma

10:50-11:05

Nobuyuki Morikawa (NIED)

Validation of new probabilistic seismic hazard maps for Japan

11:05-11:20

Mark Stirling
(U of Otago)

Points in hazard space: testing PSHA with multiple metrics

Session III: Deformation Model and Earthquake Hazard

Chair

Ian Hamling and Kuo-En Ching

11:20-11:35

Ian Hamling
(GNS)

Geodetic observations of the pre-, co- and post-seismic deformation associated with the 2016 Mw7.8 earthquake and its implications for seismic hazard in the region

11:35-11:50

Kuo-En Ching
(NCKU)

Seismic Hazard of the Hengchun Fault Based on the Geodetic Data From 2002 to 2013

11:50-13:30 Lunch

Session IV: Site Amplification

Chair

Katsumi Kimura and E. Abbott

13:30-13:45

Anna Kaiser
(GNS)

The role of complex site and basin response in Wellington city, New Zealand, during the 2016 Mw 7.8 KaikĊura earthquake and other recent sequences

13:45-14:00

Shigeki Senna
(NIED)

Modeling of the subsurface structure from the seismic bedrock to the ground surface for a broadband strong motion evaluation in Kumamoto plain

14:00-14:15

Chun-Hsiang Kuo (NCREE)

Site amplification and the effect on local magnitude determination

14:15-14:45

Poster Session and Coffee Break

Session V: Ground Motion Prediction and Scenarios

Chair

Shin Aoi and M. Stirling

14:45-15:00

Takahiro Maeda (NIED)

Long-period ground motion simulation, and application of the simulation data to damage estimation of high-rise buildings

15:00-15:15

Po-Shen Lin and
Yin-Tung Yen
(Sinotech)

The integration of Ground-Motion Prediction Equations and Ground Motion Simulations

15:15-15:30

Group Photo

15:30-17:30

Poster Session and Group Discussion

18:30

Dinner


10.31 TUESDAY

Session VI: Fault Structure and Subduction Zone Modeling

Chair

Takashi Azuma and Bruce Shyu

09:00-09:15

Andy Nicol
(U of Canterbury)

Large magnitude earthquakes and seismic hazard in New Zealand

09:15-19:30

Ken Xiansheng Hao (NIED)

Surface rupture and crustal deformation around the Hundalee Fault during the 2016 Kaikoura Mw 7.8 earthquake

09:30-09:45

Marco Pagani
(GEM)

Modeling subduction earthquake sources for seismic hazard analysis

09:45-10:45

Poster Session and Coffee Break

10:45-12:00

Discussion

12:00-13:30 Lunch

Session VII: Hazard and Risk Products

Chair

Ken Hao and Chung-Han Chan

13:30-13:45

Toshihiro Yamada (OYO RMS Corporation)

Prototyping Korean PSHA Model

13:45-14:00

Lizzie Abbott
(GNS)

Seismic hazard and risk products in New Zealand

14:00-14:15

Kuo-Fong Ma
(NCU)

Taiwan Earthquake Model (TEM): from understanding of Seismic Hazard to Risk assessment

14:15-15:00

Poster Session and Coffee Break

15:00-17:00

Discussion & Conclusions

Group Discussion

Poster Session

Num.

Name

Title

1

Shinichi Kawai (NIED)

Japan Seismic Hazard Information Station, J-SHIS

2

Hiromitsu Nakamura (NIED)

Improvement of The Real-Time System for Damage Estimation (J-RISQ) Based on The 2016 Kumamoto Earthquakes

3

Shohei Naito (NIED)

Development of Image Recognition and Machine Learning Methods for Estimate Damage of Buildings by Use of The Aerial Photographs Acquired at The 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake

4

Hiroki Azuma (NIED)

Building Observation via Smartphone as a Seismometer

5

Katsumi Kimura (NIED)

Construction of 3D geologic model with concealed Active faults using thousands of borehole data in the Tokyo Lowland, Japan

6

Hongjun Si (Seismological Research Institute Inc.)

High Attenuation Rate for Shallow, Small Earthquakes in Japan

7

Takashi Azuma (GSJ/AIST)

 

8

Tadashi Kito (OYO Corporation)

Tsunami Hazard Assessment Along The Coast in Japan and Potential Tsunami Risk in Taiwan.

9

Shu-Hsien Chao (NCREE)

Development of Path-Dependent Ground Motion Model for Taiwan and Its Impact on Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

10

Jyun-Yan Huang (NCREE)

Inversion Seismic Parameter Model of Shallow Earthquakes for Stochastic Ground Motion Simulation in Taiwan

11

Che-Min Lin (NCREE)

Microearthquake monitoring of the Shanchiao fault in northern Taiwan

12

Arvind Kumar (NCREE)

Integrated Radon Monitoring Around Shanchiao Fault and Tatun Volcanic Areas of Northern Taiwan Using Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors

13

Chiao-Chu Hsu (NCREE)

Regional Characteristics of Ground Motion within Taiwan

14

Wen-Tzong Liang (IES, AS)

Crustal Stress Field in Taiwan Inferred from Regional-scale Damped Inversion of AutoBATS CMT Solutions

15

Chun-Te Chen (IES, AS)

Estimate Shallow S-Wave Velocity Structure in Western Plain of
Taiwan Using GA-Haskell Method

16

Chih-Hsuan Sung (NCU)

Analysis of Single-Path Sigma from Single-Station GMPEs

Single-Path Ground-Motion Prediction Equations

17

Ming-Kai Hsu (NCU)

Using Earthquake Building Damage Data in Establishing Building Fragility Curves and its Application

18

Wen-Fei Peng (NCKU)

 

19

En-Jui Lee (NCKU)

Rapid Earthquake Detection Through GPU-Based Template Matching

20

Pei-Ching Tsai (NCKU)

Coseismic and Postseismic Deformation of The 2016 Mw 6.5 Meinong, Taiwan, Earthquake

21

Chih-Yu Chang (NCKU)

Relocation and Focal Mechanisms of The 2016 ML 6.6 Meinong, Taiwan, Earthquake Sequence

22

Po-Ching Tseng (NCKU)

Coseismic and Postseismic Velocity Changes caused by the 2016 Mw 6.5 Meinong, Taiwan Earthquake using Ambient Seismic Noise

 


 


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