The 941st DANWAKAI(program)

All members concerned

                                       Earthquake Research Institute
                                             The University of Tokyo
                                                   Kazushige Obara


              Announcement of the 941st DANWAKAI

(Danwakai: ERI Holds ”Danwakai”,a monthly meeting where its members present their most recent academic and technical achievements, on a Friday of every month. Danwakai is open to the public.)

Date:Friday,18 Sep 13:30-
Place:ERI Bldg.2, 5th floor, Conference room1

1. 13:30-13:45
Propagation of earthquake source uncertainties in tsunami simulations for Cascadia
A. Sarri・* S. Guillas・S. Day・F. Dias (University College London)


2. 13:45-14:00
Current status of optical lattice clocks and their practical applications
* Masao Takamoto・Hidetoshi Katori (RIKEN)
We report the current status of the development of the optical lattice clock, and the issues and prospects toward the practical application of the optical lattice clock.


3. 14:00-14:15
Prospects for application of optical lattice clock to Geodesy
*Basara Miyahara・Yuki Hatanaka・Yuki Kuroishi (Geospatial Information Authority of Japan)
We report the current issues and the future expectations towards the application of optical lattice clock to Geodesy.


4. 14:15-14:30
Possible future applications of optical lattice clock to seismology and volcanology
*Yoshiyuki Tanaka
We show possible future applications of optical lattice clock to seismology and volcanology.


5. 14:30-14:45
Statistical properties of the OFC model on complex networks
*Hiroki Tanaka・Takahiro Hatano


6. 14:45-15:00
Seismic anisotropy of the upper crust around Mount Fuji, Japan
* Kohtaro R.Araragi・Martha K. Savage・Takao Ohminato・Yosuke Aoki


7. 15:00-15:15
Temperature and melt fraction distributions in a mantle wedge determined from the electrical conductivity structure: application to one non-volcanic and two volcanic regions in the Kyushu subduction zone, Japan
*Maki Hata (AIST),Makoto Uyeshima