[CIG-ALL] SSA Special Session on Numerical modeling
ljhwang at ucdavis.edu
Tue Dec 8 08:41:15 PST 2015
we would like to encourage you to submit a contribution
to the SSA 2016 Annual Meeting Special Session
Numerical Modeling of Earthquake Ground Motion,
Rupture Dynamics and Seismic Wave Propagation
Abstract submission is open and the deadline is January 11.
Continuous development of numerical modeling methodology in seismology
is not only driven by emerging requirements in observational seismology
(e.g., the advent of very dense seismic arrays; demand for near-real-time simulations;
the multi-scale, multi-physics modeling of seismic phenomena; etc.),
but also by developments in the mathematical sciences,
and through the adaptation of methods originating in other scientific fields.
Moreover, future methods for very large scale simulations
will be increasingly influenced by (and may in turn influence)
the evolution of computer architectures and programming models.
This session is a forum for presenting advances in numerical methodology,
whether the principal context is observational, mathematical/numerical, or computational.
We invite contributions focused on development, verification and validation
of numerical-modeling methods, and methodologically important applications,
especially to earthquake ground motion and rupture dynamics
(both single-event and event-sequence models).
Contributions on the analysis of methods, fast algorithms,
large-scale simulations, non-linear behavior, multi-scale problems,
and confrontation of methods with data are especially encouraged.
Looking forward to see you in Reno,
Peter Moczo, Steve Day, Emmanuel Chaljub, Jozef Kristek
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