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IISEE Newsletter No.99 (issued on July 26, 2013)

Contents

  1. The 10th Meeting of Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)
  2. Visit to Kathmandu, Nepal -Enjoyed the Reunion-
  3. Papers by Ex-participants-China, India and Nepal-
  4. IISEE Alumni Website has been closed.
  5. Individual Studies -How are you coming with your graduation theses in the Middle?-
  6. IISEE answer your Questions

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[1] The 10th Meeting of Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

By Dr. Bunichiro Shibazaki, IISEE Chief Research Scientist

I attended the 10th meeting of Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) which was held
from June 24 to 28 in Brisbane, Australia. I gave a presentation entitled
“3D Quasi-dynamic Modeling of the Cycle of Megathrust Earthquakes along the Southern
Kuril Trench Subduction Zone, Considering High Speed Friction” in the session
“Modeling Fast and Slow Earthquakes in Subduction Zones.”
 
                                       Please see the Newsletter attached on page 1

[2] Visit to Kathmandu, Nepal -Enjoyed the Reunion-

By Dr. Toshiaki Yokoi, Director of IISEE

I have been to Kathmandu, Nepal from July 7th to 11th for business meetings with various
institutions, such as the Department of Urban Development and Building Construction,
Ministry of Urban Development (DUDBC) and the National Seismological Center,
Department of Mines and Geology, Ministry of Industry (NSC-DMG).

                                       Please see the Newsletter attached on page 1.

[3] Papers by Ex-participants-China, India and Nepal-

By Yoriko Iiba, Head of Administration Division, IISEE

IISEE welcomes the news by ex-participants on their delivering papers. 
Up to now, we have received three letters as follows:  
(1)Mr. Yefei REN (2011-2012 E-Course) from China,
(2)Mr. Himangshu Sekhar MANDAL (2005-2006 S-Course) from India
(3)Mr. Mukunda BHATTARAI (2004-2005 S-Course, 2008 Seminar Course) from Nepal

                                       Please see the Newsletter attached on page 2.

[4] IISEE Alumni Website has been closed.

IISEE Alumni Website was closed at the end of June. It was worked as a go-between
for participants and the people concerned. 

                                       Please see the Newsletter attached on page 2.

[5] Individual Studies -How are you coming with your graduation theses in the Middle?-

The Participants of 2012-2013 started their individual studies on the first of June. 
Almost 2 months have passed.  They are writing the master’s theses for 3 months
from June to August.  Accumulating data, going to the field trips and discussing with
their supervisors, they are tackling the challenges by their own ways. 
 
                                       Please see the Newsletter attached on page 3.

[6] IISEE answer your Questions

Please see the Newsletter attached on page 4. 

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