The APEC Cooperation for Earthquake Simulations organization is pleased to announce the 9th ACES workshop and symposium, to be held in Chengdu, China 10-16 August 2015, including a two day field trip to 2008 Wenchuan M8.0 earthquake fault zone.
Full program information is now available on the official meeting website: http://www.csi.ac.cn/ACES2015/Home/index.html
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Please note that the meeting venue has been changed to the Sofis Jinyuan Hotel.
The Workshop will consist of seven plenary scientific sessions and four special sessions:
Session 1: Microscopic Simulation
Session 2: Scaling Physics
Session 3: Macro-scale Simulation: Earthquake Generation and Cycles
Session 4: Macro-scale Simulation: Dynamic Rupture and Wave Propagation
Session 5: Computational Environment and Algorithms
Session 6: Data Assimilation and Understanding
Session 7: Model Applications
Special Session 1: Earthquake simulation and forecast in China: State-of-the-art and future prospective (invited-only presentations)
Special Session 2: The lure of LURR — Celebration of Professor Yin’s 80th Birthday
Special Session 3: Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Tsunami Early Warning System: Models, Simulations, Data and Technology
Special Session 4: The April 24, 2015 Magnitude 7.8 Lamjung (Kathmandu), Nepal Earthquake
The workshop will bring together scientists from Australia, Canada, China, Chinese Taipei, Japan, the United States, and other APEC economies that have been devastated in recent years by earthquakes and other disasters.
General topics will also include:
Travel support is available. CLOSED. We are no longer taking request for travel support.
The deadline for abstract submission online is May 15, 2015. Please submit through: http://www.csi.ac.cn/ACES2015/Home/index.html.
Please contact email@example.com if you encounter problems or have any questions.
We are looking forward to your participation and welcome you to beautiful Chengdu!
Andrea Donnellan, Chair
John McRaney, Secretary
John Rundle, ACES Executive Director
Louise Kellogg, UC Davis, Director of CIG
Charles Norton, JPL
Zhigang Peng, Georgia Tech
David Yuen, U. of Minnesota
More information about ACES: http://quakes.earth.uq.edu.au/