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IISEE Seminar

IISEE Seminar schedule/record

A table of lecturer & presentation

Date Time Lecturer Affiliation Title
2022/2/4 17:00-18:00 Dr. Takumi Hayashida BRI A new Vs30 estimation method with microtremor array data
2022/1/5 16:00-18:00 Dr. Abdelkrim BOURZAM Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene, Algeria Masonry for Seismic Area
2021/12/28 14:30-16:30 Dr. Matsutaro Seki BRI The New Seismic Evaluation Method of Existing RC Buildings Combining Japanese and U.S. Evaluation Standards
2021/12/20 10:00-11:00 Dr. Kenji Satake Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo Ten Years from Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami
2021/4/26 15:00-17:00 Dr. Hiroshi Fukuyama Vice President, BRI Our Earthquake Engineering - Walk together towards everyone’s smiles - 
2021/3/12 9:30-12:00 Dr. Tatsuya Azuhata, Dr. Md. Shaiul ISLAM BRI, Tohoku University Information Exhange on Current Earthquake Disaster Mitigation Measures
2021/2/3 15:00-16:00 Dr. Yuji Yagi University of Tsukuba High-Degree-of-Freedom Finite-Fault Inversion Method
2020/12/15 10:00-11:00 Dr. Yuichiro Tanioka Hokkaido University Recent Researches on Tsunami Forecasting Technology
2020/2/19 13:00-16:00 Dr. Matsutaro Seki, Dr. Tatsuya Azuhata, Mr. Prakirna Tuladhar BRI Failure Mechanism and Non-linear Seismic Performance Evaluation of Buildings
2020/1/30 16:00-17:00 Dr. Aitaro Kato Earthquake Research Institute, The University of Tokyo (ERI) Multiscale complexity in a young fault system revealed by hyperdense seismic network
2019/9/9 15:00-17:00 Dr. Islam Md Shafiul Tohoku University Study on “Rapid Seismic Evaluation Method and Strategy for Seismic Improvement of Existing Reinforced Concrete Buildings in Developing Countries
2019/6/4 11:00-11:45 Dr. Taka'aki TAIRA Berkeley
Seismological
Laboratory (BSL),
University of
California Berkeley
Temporal variations of seismic velocity and azimuthal anisotropy in near-surface rock and soil at KiK-net downhole array sites
2019/5/31 10:00-12:00,
13:30-14:30
Dr.Thomas
Ferrand
University of
California, San
Diego
10:00-12:00
Reproducing earthquakes in the laboratory: rocks, ruptures, AEs, melting, sliding, energy balance
Deciphering transformation-induced earthquakes from the lab to the field and from slabs to atoms
13:30-14:30
Scaling fossil earthquakes from the lab to the field
Could the extreme softening of olivine due to the α→ω martensitic transformation explain the
lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary?
2019/1/31 09:10-10:00 Dr. Fumihiko Imamura International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University Sulawesi earthquake induced and Sunda Strait volcanic tsunamis in 2018
2019/1/7 13:00-15:00 Dr. Matsutaro Seki BRI Harmonization of Japanese Seismic Evaluation and USA’s Seismic Evaluation and Design for Existing RC Buildings