The second Workshop

Participants

The Joint Symposium of Seismic Hazard Assessment, June 17-19, 2013, Sendai, Japan

This joint symposium of seismic hazard assessment includes multiply meetings of

  1. Workshop on the ground motion attenuation models
  2. The 3rd annual meeting of China-Japan-Korea cooperative program
  3. The 2nd TEM-NIED Workshop

We were so pleased to have special lecture from Professor Kojiro Irikura. The participants joined the symposium not only from these cooperative programs but also from: PEER center UC Berkeley, IGP CEA, GEM, IGP VAST, UJF France and major universities, institutes in Japan. To let participants experience the destructive disasters from the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, we arranged the two-days field trip along the east Pacific coast areas. We have issued an 80-pages abstract proceedings include a) 33-oral and 19-poster presentations, b) the research activities of the Japan-China-Korea cooperative program, c) the NIED-TEM workshop, and d) field trip description.


After the lesson learnt from the 2011 M=9.0 Tohoku earthquake, the seismic hazard assessment issues have been reconsidering in Japan. Many fundamental researches and improvements have been gradually developing since then, such as 1) modeling of seismic activity with no oversight to low-probability earthquakes, 2) preparation of strong-motion evaluation considering low-probability earthquakes, 3) development of methodology for complementary use of PSHM and SESM, and 4) sophistication of techniques for prediction of strong-motion for mega earthquakes. Through this symposium, the more extensive cooperation for advanced seismic hazard assessments could be carried out in East Asia, Asia, as well as in the world.

June 17th, 2013

NHK-MT3D documentaryThe Tohoku earthquake disaster from 3-D technology (16Min with English narration)「3D東日本大震災 津波の傷跡」
Yoshimitsu OkadaWelcome speaking
CJK-Program:
H. Fujiwara, X. Tao and M.S. Jun
Summary of PSHA activities in Japan, China, and Korea
TEM Representatvie:
K-F. MA
Summary of PSHA activities in TEM
JNGA Representative:
K. Koketsu
Summary of JNGA activities
Special Lecture:
Kojiro Irikura
Lessons learned from the 2011 Tohoku earthquake for reducing earthquake disasters
Yousef BozorgniaRecent advances in development of earthquake ground motion prediction equations
Saburoh MidorikawaCompilation and preliminary analysis of strong motion records of the 2011 Tohoku, Japan earthquake
Kazuki KoketsuProposal of median distances for ground motion prediction equations
Nobuyuki MorikawaA new attenuation relation for Japan applicable up to Mw9
Tao ZhengruSeismology based ground motion attenuation relationship for the demonstration region of China in the joint project
Toshimi SatohSimulation and prediction of long-period ground motions for subduction-zone mega-earthquakes in Japan using empirical relations
Po-Shen LinSelection and weighting of ground motion prediction equations for seismic hazard analysis in Taiwan
Hongjun SiEvaluation equation of amplification factors for spectral acceleration
Kazuki KoketsuClosing remarks

June 18th, 2013

Hiroyuki FujiwaraReconsiderations for seismic hazard assessment of Japan after the Great Tohoku earthquake
Tao XiaxinThree progresses reached in China during this joint project
Myung-Soon JUNImproving input data for the Seismic Hazard Assessment in Korea
Toshihiko OkumuraNew seismic activity model of large earthquakes along Nankai trough for probabilistic seismic hazard maps for Japan
Chung-Han ChanProbabilistic seismic hazard assessment for Taiwan: Application of OpenQuake
JS JEONCurrent Status of Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Map in Korea
Ken XS HaoRecent destructive earthquakes and international collaboration for seismic hazard assessments
Marco PaganiGEM's community tools for probabilistic seismic hazard modelling and calculation
PhuongSimulation of a worst case tsunami scenario from the Manila trench to Vietnam
Gao MentanThe new seismic hazard map of China
Toshihiro YamadaUncertainty in the assessment of seismic hazard
Tang AipingLogic trees for probabilistic seismic hazard analysis in low seismological hazard zone

June 19th, 2013

T.K HongSeismicity and seismotectonic province models of the Korean Peninsula
Hisanori MatuyamaConstruction of the detail 3D velocity structure models in Japan: several recent developments
Fabrice CottonSelection and adjustment of empirical ground-motion models --Results from the GEM-Share European project
Kuo-Liang WenEmpirical site correction for ground motion simulation
Ruey-Juin RauPresent-day kinematics of Neogene extensional structures in the foreland of southwestern Taiwan from GPS observations during 2002-2012
T.S.KangA technique for seismic discrimination of explosions from earthquakes
Kuo-Fong MaRevisit of Taiwan historical damaging earthquakes for seismic hazard mitigation
Yuan-Hsi LeeReview the 1906 Meishan earthquake and Chiayi transfer zone in central Taiwan
Yin-Tung YenGround Motion Evaluation and Validation of the 1920 Hualian M8.0 Earthquake
J. Bruce H. ShyuConstructing the seismogenic structure source model of Taiwan
Yuan DaoyangActive fault segmentation and their seismic hazard assessment in Qilianshan, NE Tibet
Shin AoiKyoshin (Strong Motion) Monitor --- A new strong-motionmonitoring system ---

Poster Session

Hiroe MiyakePostdiction of source model and ground motions for the 2011 Tohoku earthquake
Hiroki AzumaUtilization of J-SHIS data for general public via J-SHIS Web APIs
Nobusuke HasegawaCase study for utilization of seismic hazard information to local municipal program
Shih-Nan ChengLiterature Search and Seismogram Compilation of Historical Earthquakes in Taiwan
Yating LeeCharacteristics of strong shaking duration in Taiwan
Shohei NaitoOn-site experiment of seismic monitoring network by utilization inside sensors of mobile terminal
Satoshi ShimizuStudy of an empirical model to evaluate tsunami inundation area
My Thanh TranSeismic zoning maps of Vietnam for the Building Code
Takayuki HayashiSeismic hazard analysis based on the joint probability density function of PGA and PGV
Jyun-Yan HuangComparison of several common transfer functions for site effect study in Taipei basin
Shigeki SennaModeling of the subsurface structure from the seismic bedrock to the ground surface for a broadband strong motion evaluation
Zhao JishengCrustal dynamics simulation based on activitie characteristics of the fault
Yao YunshengApplication of modern geodetic information in future seismic zoning
Yuan-Hsi LeeReview the 1906 Meishan earthquake and Chiayi transfer zone in central Taiwan
Asako IwakiLong-period ground motion for megathrust earthquakes at the Sagami Trough: Effects of source variety on ground motion
Takahiro MaedaEvaluation of long-period ground motion for the anticipated Nankai-Trough megathrust earthquakes
Hiromitsu NakamuraA social experiment of a new strong-motion monitoring system (Kyoshin Monitor) with earthquake early warning
Chi MingjieAdjustment of seismic ground motion parameters on site effects in seismic zonation map
Zhou ZhenghuaThe Statistical Analysis of Long-period Ground Motion Attenuation Relationships on Bedrock Site

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