1508 Hazard and Disaster Simulation of Earthquake and Tsunami with HPC and HQC

Muneo Hori, Earthquake Research Institute,The University of Tokyo
Boris Jeremic, University of California, Davis
Takane Hori, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Takamasa Iryo, Kobe University
Gregory G. Deierlein, Stanford University
Scope of this mini-symposium is to discuss developments and directions for large scale earthquake and tsunami simulation using high performance computing technology for high quality computing. Broadband aspects from earthquake engineering to seismology are expected with a special emphasis on use of super computers, for example, structural response, soil amplification, city and social response, evacuation, recovery, fluid-structure coupling, global tsunami propagation, local tsunami run-up, earthquake ground motion, crust deformation, earthquake cycle and the other related issues in earthquake and tsunami.