CME Meeting 2011

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SCEC/CME Computational Science Planning Meeting 2011

Fig 0: Simulated Annealing results.(Image Credit: Kevin Milner (SCEC/USC), Morgan Page)
  • Organizers: T. H. Jordan, P. Maechling
  • Date: Sunday, September 11, 2011 (1:00pm – 3:30pm)
  • Location: Hilton Palm Springs Resort, Palm Springs, CA
  • Address: 400 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA,92262-6605
  • Room: Oasis Room III (3rd Floor)
Fig 1: Goodness of Fit comparing peak ground acceleration from 10hz seismograms produced by the Broadband Platform v11.2 against PGA observations from the Northridge earthquake, using a map-based Mayhew-Olsen GOF PGA scale of 0 (worst) to 100 (best).(Image Credit: Sandarsh Kumar (USC), Scott Callaghan (USC), Kim Olsen (SDSC)

SCEC/CME Meeting Agenda Sept 11, 2011

Fig 2: SCEC Broadband CyberShake PSHA hazard calculations produce PSHA hazard curves at frequencies up to 10Hz by combining 0.5Hz deterministic waveform-based UCERF2.0 hazard curves with stochastic high frequencies from the SCEC Broadband Platform v11.2.0. The resulting PSHA hazard curves provide peak ground motion estimates at frequencies and time-scales needed to validate PSHA hazard curves using precariously balanced rocks and other fragile geological structures. (Image Credit: Scott Callaghan (USC), Robert Graves, Kim Olsen (SDSU), Gaurang Mehta (USC/ISI)

Meeting Format: Researchers and research groups present their current and planned calculations with a two slide limit and a 10 minute limit including presentation and discussion.

Session One: 1:00pm - 2:20pm Current Computational Projects

  1. Ma-FE on Cobalt - Shuo Ma
  2. SORD at TACC and ALCF - Geoff Ely
  3. Hanging Wall Problem for NGA-W - Sandarsh Kumar
  4. Parallel Broadband - Mats Rynge
  5. Short-period EQ simulation, Vs_min effects, and DRM in Hercules - Jacobo Bielak
  6. California SI Inversion - En-Jui Lee
  7. Broadband CyberShake - Scott Callaghan
  8. AWP-ODC-SGT and AWP-ODC-GPU - Jun Zhou
  9. UCERF3 "Grand" Inversion: A Distributed Simulated Annealing Approach - Kevin Milner
  10. California Velocity Model Development - Carl Tape

Session Two: 2:30pm - 3:30pm: Future Computational Projects

  1. Earthquake Simulators - James H. Dieterich
  2. Dynamic Rupture Modeling - Jeremy Kozdon
  3. UCVM Development - Brad Aagaard
  4. Impact of small-scale CVM heterogeneity on Ground Motion Sims - Kim Olsen
  5. CyberShake 3.0 Map - Philip Maechling
  6. DOE and other Computational Science Research Proposals - Yifeng Cui
  7. NSF Earth Cube - Eva Zanzerkia
  8. NSF Geoinformatics - SCEC Science Planning
Fig 3: S-wave velocity at 0m depth produced using the SCEC Unified California Velocity Model Framework (UCVM) software combining 4 velocity models including CVM-H 11.2, USGS Central California, Lin Thurber State Wide, and Hadley-Kanamori 1D background model.(Image Credit: Patrick Small (USC), Brad Aagaard, John Shaw (Harvard), Andreas Plesch (Harvard)
Fig 4: Twenty one seconds after origin time for the SCEC M8 simulation showing instantaneous velocity magnitude as exaggerated topography. Image shows formation of a Mach cone at the leading of the M8 rupture as it progresses south at supershear velocity on Southern San Andreas Fault. (Image Credit: Amit Chourasia (SDSC), Yifeng Cui (SDSC), Kim Olsen (SDSU)

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