Week 1. The series launches this week Friday May 6 @ 9A PDTon the topic of physics-based foreshock and aftershock modeling with two 30 minute talks
Mainshock and aftershock sequence simulations in a nonplanar fault network
So Ozawa, University of Tokyo
Rupture styles and recurrence patterns in seismic cycles linked to physical properties of the fault zone
Shiying Nie, University of Southern California
Week2. Next week’s webinar Friday May 13 @9A PDT features two talks on the arrest and initiation of rupture: insight from structural and frictional heterogeneities.
Many ways to slip: aseismic fault creep and its transition to dynamic rupture
Sohom Ray, IIT Roorkee
Theoretical insights on the arrest of earthquake rupture
Pablo Ampuero, University of Géoazur
See the full series on our website [SC Webinar Series].