AGU Fall Meeting 2020
07 December 2020

ChEESE members participate in the virtual AGU Fall Meeting 2020 that takes place on 1-17 December 2020.

ChEESE coordinator Arnau Folch (BSC) presents an elightning talk titled "Preparing Earth Sciences to Upcoming Infrastructures. The Center of Excellence for Exascale in Solid Earth (ChEESE)" on 7 December 2020 at 07:00 - 08:00 PST.

Sara Aniko Wirp (LMU) presents the poster "Coupled dynamic earthquake rupture-tsunami modeling for the Hellenic Arc - towards physics-based tsunami hazard assessment in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea". 

Bo Li (LMU) presents the poster "Dynamic earthquake rupture scenarios and physics-based seismic hazard assessment for the segmented Húsavík–Flatey fault zone, North Iceland".

Carsten Uphoff (LMU) presents "Methods for simulating earthquake sequences and rupture dynamics in diffuse fault zones".

Alice-Agnes Gabriel (LMU) presents "A dynamic view on key regional factors governing megathrust earthquakes, subduction mechanics and tsunami genesis".

Duo Li (LMU) presents "Diffuse earthquake rupture dynamics in nonlinear visco-elasto-plastic materials".

Taufiqurrahman Taufiqurrahman (LMU) presents "Earthquake rupture and ground motion modeling of the 2016 Mw 6.2 Amatrice and Mw 6.5 Norcia, Central Italy earthquakes constrained by Bayesian dynamic finite-fault inversion".

Cipriano Escalante (UMA) presents the poster "Towards faster than real-time dispersive tsunami simulations".

Other talks that ChEESE partners contributed to include:

Modelling splay fault rupture and tsunamis with self-consistent initial conditions from a geodynamic seismic cycle model of subduction

Comparison of techniques for coupled earthquake and tsunami modeling

Using Dynamic Rupture Simulations to Assess Megathrust Earthquake Behaviors in the Cascadia Subduction Zone

Evaluating effects of fluid pressure on megathrust mechanics and earthquake dynamics with numerical models of the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake

Rupture and traffic tracking with six degree-of-freedom ground motion observations: a proof of concept

Diffuse earthquake rupture dynamics in nonlinear visco-elasto-plastic materials