Workshop in Kyoto University on Earthquakes and More ...
(This is coorganized by the 21st Century COE programs in Graduate School of Sciences and DPRI.)

Place: International Conference Hall (the same room as on Aug 31 and Sep 1), Clock Tower, Kyoto University

Time: 9:00 - 12:30 on September 2, 2005


9:00 - 10:10
EARTHQUAKE INTERACTION: What controls the timings and slip regions of earthquakes?

Vidale, J. (UCLA)
"After the lightning and before the thunder: non-Omori behavior of early aftershocks"

Park, S. (DPRI, Kyoto Univ.; student speaker)
"Noncharacteristic Rupture of the Asperities of Repeating Large Earthquakes along the New Britain Trench"

ROLE OF WATER: What is effect of water on earthquake occurrence? How can we see the behavior of water in the ground?

Kano, Y. (DPRI, Kyoto Univ; COE posdoc)
"Broadband pore pressure measurements using closed borehole wells"

10:10 - 10:30 Break

10:30 - 11:20
STRONG MOTION: What can we know from the state-of-the-art observations? What are keys in future projects?

Koketsu, K. (ERI, Univ. Tokyo)
"Plate-boundary earthquakes, asperity model, and seismic ground motions"

Asano, K. (DPRI, Kyoto Univ.; student speaker)
"Rupture characteristics and strong ground motion of the 2005 West Off Fukuoka earthquake"

11:20 - 12:30
HETEROGENEITY IN THE EARTH: What happens at the surface and center of the Earth? What should we observe for further understanding?

Ishii, M. (UCSD)
"A Global Model of Inner-Core Anisotropy"

Kuge, K. (Dept. Geophysics, Kyoto Univ.)
"High-Velocity Lid of East Antarctica"

Doi, I. (DPRI, Kyoto Univ.; student speaker)
"Imaging the Philippine Sea Plate in the Chugoku and Shikoku Regions by reflection and forward scattering analyses"

(Last modified: 2005-08-29)