Hiroe Miyake

Assistant Professor
Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
1-1-1 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0032, Japan
E-mail: hiroe at eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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Last updated on April 2014
Academic Background

  • D.Sc. in Geophysics
                    Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University (2003)
  • M.Sc. in Geophysics
                    Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University (2000)
  • B.Sc. in Geophysics
                    Faculty of Science, Kyoto University (1998)

  • Professional Background

  • Assistant Professor
                    Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo (2005-present)
  • Visiting Assistant Professor
                    Department of Geophysics, Stanford University (June-July, 2009)
  • JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow
                    Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo (2003-2005)
  • Postdoctoral Scholar
                    Department of Geophysics, Stanford University (Apr-Dec, 2003)
  • JSPS Research Fellow
                    Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University (2000-2003)

  • Professional Activities

  • Associate Editor
                    Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, AGU (2011-present) link1, link2
  • Lecturer
                    IISEE Training Course, Building Research Institute (2004-present) link

  • Awards

  • The Young Scientists' Prize, The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (2013) ERI link, MEXT link
  • Young Scientist Award, Seismological Society of Japan (2010) ERI link, SSJ link
  • Outstanding Paper Award, 14th World Conference of Earthquake Engineering (2008) link

  • Research Interests

  • Earthquake rupture process and source scaling
  • High-frequency wave radiation and rupture dynamics
  • Strong motion seismology
            - broadband ground motion simulation using dynamic, pseudo-dynamic, and kinematic source modeling
            - Extreme ground motions
            - Ground motion paradox for surface and subsurface faulting
            - Rupture directivity effect
            - Empirical Green's function / Ambient seismic field Green's function        
  • Seismic hazard assessment, earthquake scenario
  • On-fault seismology

  • Publications
    Papers
    Selected Proceedings (show all) Selected Abstracts (show all)
    Lecture Note Theses
    Favorite Links

  • JIVSM: Japan Integrated Velocity Structure Model (Koketsu et al., 2008) / NE Japan / SW Japan / material properties
  • Long-Period Ground Motion Hazard Maps 2012 / report in Japanese
  • Long-Period Ground Motion Hazard Maps 2009 / report in Japanese
  • National Seismic Hazard Maps for Japan 2009 / report in Japanese / J-SHIS

  • ERI website of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake / ERI Strong Motion Observation Database / SK-net

  • iSSEs 2013: The summer school on Earthquake Science "Diversity of Earthquakes"
  • JSPS meeting in 2012: International Scientific Meeting "Frontiers of Source Studies for the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake"
  • AGU special session in 2010: Characterization and Simulation of Long-Period Earthquake Ground Motions (oral / poster)
  • UTokyo symposium in 2010: The University of Tokyo Symposium on Long-Period Ground Motion and Urban Disaster Mitigation
  • 14WCEE special session in 2008: Long-Period Ground Motions and Their Impacts on Large-Scale Structures
  • Workshop in 2007: 2nd International Workshop on Long-Period Ground Motion Simulation and Velocity Structures
  • Workshop in 2006: International Workshop on Long-Period Ground Motion Simulation and Velocity Structures
  • Workshop in 2005: 2nd International Workshop on Strong Ground Motion Prediction and Earthquake Tectonics in Urban Areas
  • Workshop in 2004: International Workshop on Strong Ground Motion Prediction and Earthquake Tectonics in Urban Areas

  • Healing Time... Ansel Adams / Images of Nature Gallery
  • California Wine... Clos du Bois / Ridge

  • Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
  • Earthquake Seismology, Department of Geophysics, Stanford University
  • Strong Motion Seismology, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University