All Hands on Deck: Promoting Faults in Seismic Hazard Assessment
Fault2SHA Workshop Online
Thursday 12th November 2020, Friday 13th November 2020, Wednesday 2nd December 2020
Online in the afternoons (times based on ECT, European Central Time)
Thursday 12th November 14:00-17:00 ECT
The first day will include presentations and discussions.
Session One: From the Field to the Table: Experience gained so far from Fault2SHA Field Labs
Session Two: Fault data, processes and hazard modelling: Fault data sharing
Friday 13th November 14:00-18:00 ECT
The second day will include presentations and discussions.
Session Three: Fault data, processes and hazard modelling – examples from around the world
Session Four: Fault data, processes and hazard modelling – example from South America
The session will include a keynote talk by Carlos Costa: “From neotectonic faults to SHA in South America: challenges ahead“
Wednesday 2nd December 14:00-17:00 ECT
The third day will be an open discussion among participants on bringing together the former experience and new initiatives from the first two days of the workshop with the aim of looking at what next for Fault2SHA… What new laboratories can we form? How can the ExCom help with this? How can we collaborate in the future bringing together our different expertise, experience and questions.
The abstract submission is now CLOSED.
The preliminary detailed program is available HERE.
Free registration is now open. Please fill in the registration form, in which we will ask a few short questions to help us know more about your interests. The registration deadline is Thursday 5th November 18:00 CET. We will provide the link for the meeting for those who have registered after registration closes.
We look forward to welcoming you at the 5th Fault2SHA Workshop.
Joanna Faure Walker and Francesco Visini
on behalf of the Fault2SHA ExCom
Oona Scotti (IRSN, France), Laura Peruzza (OGS, Italy), Bruno Pace (Università Chieti-Pescara, Italy), Francesco Visini (INGV, Italy), Lucilla Benedetti (CEREGE, France) Graeme Weatherill (GFZ, Germany) Joana Faure-Walker (UCL, United Kingdom), Julián García-Mayordomo (IGME, Spain), Maria Ortuño (UB, Spain)