Oral program 24

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FAULT2SHA – a European working group to link faults and probabilistic seismic hazard assessment communities in Europe
Conveners: Oona Scotti , Laura Peruzza  | Co-conveners: Bruno Pace , Francesco Visini 
Oral program
 / Thu, 08 Sep, 11:30–17:30  / Room Saturnia
 / Fri, 09 Sep, 11:30–13:00  / Room Saturnia
Poster program
 / Attendance Thu, 08 Sep, 10:30–11:30  / Poster area

Thursday, 8 September 2016
Room Saturnia
Chairperson: Scotti, Peruzza
11:30–11:45
Opening, ideas, survey

F2SHA: methods & resources

11:45–12:15
ESC2016-400
Magnitude-Area Scaling and Surface Slip-Length Scaling: Data, Physical Implications, and Application to Seismic Hazard (invited talk)
Bruce Shaw
12:15–12:30
ESC2016-368
Complexities in Active Fault Characterisation and their Implications for Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment
Graeme Weatherill, Robin Gee, Yen-Shin Chen, and Marco Pagani
12:30–12:45
ESC2016-510
Site-Conditions Proxies, Ground-Motion Variability and Data-Driven GMPEs: Insights from NGA-West 2 and RESORCE Data Sets
Boumediene Derras, Bard Pierre-Yves, and Cotton Fabrice
12:45–13:00
ESC2016-709
Effects of Listricity on Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment
Luca Passone and P. Martin Mai
Lunch break
F2SHA: geological & seismological inputs

14:30–14:45
ESC2016-285
Active thrusting across the eastern Southern Alps (Italy) inferred from geomorphic analysis: faults geometry, Pleistocene shortening-rates and implications for the 1976 Friuli seismic sequence.
Adrien Moulin and Lucilla Benedetti
14:45–15:00
ESC2016-294
Detailed fault slip-rates and geometry for recurrence intervals in PSHA
Joanna Faure Walker, Francesco Visini, Gerald Roberts, and Ken McCaffrey
15:00–15:15
ESC2016-300
Return periods of large earthquakes and their coefficient of variations constrained with paleoseismological data: examples from central Italy
Lucilla Benedetti, Jim Tesson, Bruno Pace, Francesco Visini, and Laura Peruzza
15:15–15:30
ESC2016-614
Active faulting and earthquakes in the central Alboran Sea
Jesus Galindo-Zaldivar, Ferran Estrada, Gemma Ercilla, Juan Tomás Vázquez, Omar Azzouz, Elia d’Acremont, Carlos Sanz de Galdeano, Christian Gorini, Mohamed Benmakhlouf, Belén Alonso, Ahmed Chalouan, and Antonio José Gil
15:30–15:45
ESC2016-657
Paleoseismological constraints for fault linkage of strike-slip and normal faults in the Vienna Basin
Esther Hintersberger, Kurt Decker, Johanna Lomax, Markus Fiebig, and Christopher Lüthgens
15:45–16:00
ESC2016-656
A Quaternary fault database for the Vienna Basin
Kurt Decker and Esther Hintersberger
16:00–16:15
ESC2016-67
Joint inversion for shallow crustal discontinuities from high-frequency waveforms of microearthquakes
Pavla Hrubcova and Vaclav Vavrycuk
16:15–16:30
ESC2016-114
Focal and dynamic parameters of strong earthquakes on the territory of Azerbaijan for the period 2005-2015 yy.
Gurban Yetirmishli and Sabina Kazimova
F2SHA: simulation & modelling

16:30–16:45
ESC2016-652
Characterization of near source effects in ground motion numerical simulations
Sergio Del Gaudio, Maria Lancieri, and Sebastien Hok
16:45–17:00
ESC2016-707
An artificial neural network approach to support physics-based generation of broadband earthquake ground motions
Chiara Smerzini, Filippo Gatti, and Roberto Paolucci
17:00–17:30
ESC2016-187
Integrating physics-based numerical scenarios into PSHA in large urban areas (invited talk)
Roberto Paolucci, Marco Stupazzini, Ilario Mazzieri, Ali Güney Özcebe, Chiara Smerzini, and Maria Infantino

Friday, 9 September 2016
Room Saturnia
Chairperson: Pace, Visini
F2SHA: PSHA case studies

11:30–11:45 ESC2016-506<span style="font-size: .8em!important; font-weight: bold; vertical-align: super; color: green!important;"></span>
Capturing epistemic uncertainties in a low seismicity area: the Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment of Germany (Version 2015) (withdrawn)
Gottfried Gruenthal, Fabrice Cotton, Dietrich Stromeyer, Christian Bosse, and Dino Bindi
11:45–12:00
ESC2016-589
The effect of alternative seismotectonic models on PSHA results – a sensitivity study for the case of Israel
Matan Avital and Ronnie Kamai
12:00–12:15
ESC2016-297
Fault approach in PSHA – a question of how to best represent knowledge and uncertainties
Thomas Chartier, Oona Scotti, Aurelien Boiselet, and Helene Lyon-Caen
12:15–12:30
ESC2016-283
An example of integration of fault and seismological data for probabilistic seismic hazard analysis in Italy.
Alessandro Valentini, Francesco Visini, and Bruno Pace
12:30–12:45
ESC2016-545
When probabilistic seismic hazard climbs volcanoes: how 3D topography and scaling relationships influence hazard estimates. An example from Mt. Etna (Italy)
Robin Gee, Laura Peruzza, Bruno Pace, Raffaele Azzaro, Salvatore D’Amico, and Marco Pagani
12:45–13:00
Closing, the WG, next steps