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ACES Extended Abstract
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2nd ACES (APEC Cooperation for Earthquake Simulation) Workshop in Japan 

Introduction and Background to ACES

National Program Developments of Core ACES Participants

Session I : Micro-physics underlying earthquake nucleation and frictional behavior of complex fault zones : observations and simulation

Session II: Scaling physics and emergent behaviors at the micro and macro-scale : theory, simulation and observation

Session III: Physically-based simulation of earthquike generation and the earthquake cycle

Session IV: Simulation of earthquake repture, wave propagation and standard models for different tectonic settings

Session V: Assimilation of geodetic date and seismic activity data into simukation models

Session VI: Earthquake hazard quantification in space and time : aimulation based predictions, preliminary forecasting models and forecast tests and evaluations

Special Session: Collaborative software system and models


National Program Developments of Core ACES Participants
The Australian Solid Earth Simulator Program and advances in understanding the physics of earthquakes
Peter Mora

LURR(Load-Unload Response Ratio)and CS(Critical Sensitivity)
Xiang-chu Yin

The Crustal Activity Modelling Program : Progress toward Scientific Forecast of Earthquake Generation
Mitsuhiro Matsu'ura

Science Results from the US General Earthquake Models Program
Andrea Donnellan
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Session I :
Micro-physics underlying earthquake nucleation and frictional behavior of complex fault zones : observations and simulation

Session Summary
T.Tullis(USA), P.Mora(Australia), Y-L.Bai(China), T.Yamashita(Japan)
Simulations of shear in gouge zones
Einat Aharonov

Simulation of the Influence of Rate and State Dependent Friction on the Macroscopic Behavior of Complex Fault Zones with the Lattice Solid Model
Steffen Abe

Three dimensional particle based modelling of frictional behaviour in shear zones
Hide Sakaguchi

Damage Localization, Sensitivity of Energy Release and Catastrophe Transition
Yi-Long Bai

Microscopic simulation of stress correlation evolution: implication for the Critical Point Hypothesis for earthquakes
Peter Mora

Anatomy of a slip event in an idealized fault gouge
David Sparks

Distinct Element Simulations of Granular Shear Zones: Micromechanical Controls on Shear Zone Strength and Stability
Julia Morgan

An Optimistic interpretation of friction law from thermal-mechanical coupling in shear deformation of viscoelastic material
Masanori Kameyama

Simulaition of Load-Unload Response Ration using the Lattice Solid Model
Yu-Cang Wang

Experimental study of seismic short-imminent precursory mechanismby new methods and technique
Zhao-Yong Xu

Aftershock occurrence due to fluid migration in a fault zone
Teruo Yamashita





Session II:
Scaling physics and emergent behaviors at the micro and macro-scale : theory, simulation and observation

Session Summary
W.Klein(USA), M-F.Xia(China), D.Sornette(France), M.Ohnaka(Japan)
Seismic monitoring and modeling of earthquake processes for prediction
Keiiti Aki

A constitutive scaling law that unifies the shear rupture from small scale in the laboratory to large scale in the Earth as an earthquake source
Mitiyasu Ohnaka

Frictional sliding, shock waves and granular rotations
Leon Knopoff

Nonlinear structures in layered, viscous rock
Hans Muhlhaus

General earthquake models: progress and prospects
John Rundle

Radiative friction, critical ruptures and Kalman-La'vy filte
Didier Sornette

Stress interactions and seismicity of non-planar faults
James Dieterich

Critical sensitivity and fluctuations in catastrophic rupture
Meng-Fen Xia

Observations of earthquake source and ground motion scaling at the macro level
Paul Somerville

Monte carlo uncertainty analysis for the hazard from the cascadia subduction zone in the Pacific northwest of the United States
Mark Petersen

Correlation length evolution in cellular automata with long-range stress transfer
Dion Weatherley

Scaling and phase transitions in models of earthquake faults
William Klein





Session III:
Physically-based simulation of earthquike generation and the earthquake cycle

Session Summary
S.Day(USA), Y-X.Zhang(China), K.Hirahara(Japan)
Mantle convection models with viscoelastic, brittle lithosphere: numerical methodology and plate tectonic modeling.
Louis Moresi

Large-Scale Viscoelastic Analysis
Mikio Iizuka

Physical modelling of earthquake generation cycles at transcurrent plate boundaries
Chihiro Hashimoto

Elastodynamic analysis of earthquake sequences on slowly loaded faults with rate and state friction
Nadia Lapusta

Use of Fast Multipoles for Earthquake Modeling
Terry Tullis

Quasi-static FEM modeling of earthquake cycle at a subduction zone based on a laboratory derived friction law in a laterally heterogeneous viscoelastic medium under gravitation
Kazuro Hirahara

Stress Change in a Subducting Plate, due to Large Thrust Earthquakes, Viscoelastic Relaxation and Plate Convergence, and Possible Interaction to Intraplate Normal Faulting Earthquakes
Takeshi Mikumo

Simulation of Complex Recurrence Behavior of Earthquakes with an Interacting Fault System Model
Manabu Hashimoto

San Francisco Bay Area Earthquake Simulations: A step toward a Standard Physical Model
Steven Ward

Characterization of Fault Zones
Yehuda Ben-Zion

The role of transient deformation in triggering earthquakes
Fred Pollitz

Rupture sequence with single and double events in a laboratory experiment
Shingo Yoshida

Effects of Subducted Seamounts on the Source Process of the 1946 Nankai Earthquake, SW Japan
Takane Hori

Simulation of the effects of fault creep on the stress field of its neighbor faults
Yong-Xian Zhang

On the slip weakening dependence in Rate and State Dependent Constitutive Law
Massimo Cocco

Finite element modeling of seismic faulting with a laboratary-derived rate and state dependent friciton law
Hui-Lin Xing

Parallel Performance of the Tectonc Loading Process Model at Transcurrent Plate Boundaries
Kengo Nakajima

Modeling 3-D configuration of Plate Boundaries in and around Japanese Islands
Kenji Fukui

3-D Viscoelastic FEM Modeling of Kinematic Earthquake Cycle in Northeast Japan
Hisashi Suito

3-D visco-elastic FEM modeling of kinematic earthquake cycle in Southwest Japan
Mamoru Hyodo

Earthquake Cycles and Rupture Patterns: Models and Insights from Paleoseismic Data
Lisa Grant





Session IV:
Simulation of earthquake repture, wave propagation and standard models for different tectonic settings

Session Summary
K.Olsen(USA), H.Igel(Germany), T.Furumura(Japan)
Dynamic Source Effects of Dip-Slip Earthquake on Strong Ground Motion
Luis Dalguer

Dynamics of shallow reverse faulting in 2D
Raul Madariaga

Scrutiny of the 3-D Non-planar Fault Model of the 1992 Landers Earthquake
Hideo Aochi

Hybrid Modeling of Curved Fault Radiation in a 3D Heterogeneous Medium
Kim Olsen

Wave propagation simulation on regional scales : algorithms and applications
Heiner Igel

Propagation of Seismic Waves away from Earthquakes
Brian Kennett

PSM/FDM Hybrid simulation of the 1999 Chi-Chi, Taiwan, earthquake
Takashi Furumura

Broadband Frequency Ground Motion Simulation of the 1999 Kocaeli (Turkey) earthquake
Nelson Pulido

Simulation of earthquake rupture transition from quasi-static growth to dynamic propagation
Eiichi Fukuyama

Simulation of Earthquake Faulting Process and Strong Ground Motion
Takashi Miyatake

Rupture propagation beyond fault discontinuities: Significance of fault strike and location
Yuko Kase

Macro-micro analysis method for large-scale computation of wave propagation processes
Muneo Hori

Estimation of nonlinear time-dependent soil behaviour in strong ground motions using vertical array data
Olga Pavlenko

Joint inversion of refraction and gravity data for the 3-D basement structure beneath Osaka Basin
Afnimar

Recurrent Method of Solving Direct and Inverse Seismic Problems
Dmytro Malytskyy

Spatial Dependence of Acceleration Spectra in Elastodynamic Simulations of Earthquakes: Severely Increased Shaking away from the Epicenter
Bruce Shaw

Finite Element Simulation on Frictional and Brittle Preseismic Fault Slip
Zhi-Shen Wu





Session V:
Assimilation of geodetic date and seismic activity data into simukation models

Session Summary
A.Donnellan(USA), S-K.Zhou(China), T.Sagiya(Japan)
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Strain Partitioning Across Metropolitan Los Angeles
Andrea Donnellan

Viscoelastic Inversion of Crustal Deformation Data
Takeshi Sagiya

Prospects for Predicting Energy Flow Released by Local Earthquakes
Taras Verbytskyj

Analysis and Modeling of Southern California Deformation
Jay Parker





Session VI:
Earthquake hazard quantification in space and time : aimulation based predictions, preliminary forecasting models and forecast tests and evaluations

Session Summary
X-C.Yin(China), N.Hirata(Japan)
On development of crustal deformation/stress state monitoring system
Muneo Hori

Load-Unload Resp onse Ratio, Accelerating Moment Release, and Earthquake Prediction
Xiang-Chu Yin

Pattern Dynamics and Forecast Methods in Seismically Active Regions
Kristy Tiampo

Unsupervised Learning for Geophysical Data Exploration
Robert Granat

Strong ground motion simulation for seismic hazard purposes in Mexico:two case examples
Mario Chavez





Special Session:
Collaborative software system and models

Session Summary
D.Place(Australia), H.Okuda(Japan), G.C.Fox(USA), D.A.Yuen(USA)
Object Web-based Approach to Earthquake Simulations
Geoffrey Fox

Parallel and Vector Performaces of GeoFEM and Its Extentions to a Solid Earth Simulator
Hiroshi Okuda

A 3D Virtual Earth Simulator for Earthquake Micro-physics: LSMearth
David Place

Application of Multidimensional Wavelet to Geophysics: Geoid Anomalies, Convection and Mixing
David Yuen

Parallel Multilevel Iterative Linear Solvers for Large-Scale Computation
Kengo Nakajima

LSMearth and GeoFEM Coupling Analysis
Mikio Iizuka

Vector and Parallel Tuning of Solid Earth Simulation Codes
Kazuo Minami

LSMearth-EFG coupling: an alternative numerical approach for multi-scale simulations
Osamu Hazama

Thermal Convection Analysis in a Rotating Shell by a Parallel FEM
Hiroaki Matsui

Large-scale Parallel Wave Propagation Analysis (Explicit dynamic analysis using non-reflecting boundary)
Kazuteru Garatani

Parallel visualization of gigabyte datasets in GeoFEM
Issei Fujishiro

Effective Adaptation Technique for Hexahedral Mesh
Yoshitaka Wada





2nd ACES (APEC Cooperation for Earthquake Simulation) Workshop in Japan 

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