Thread: Physics-Based Forecasts Modelling Community (30th April, 17:00 CEST/11:00 EST/8:00 PST/00:00 JST)

Started: 2020-04-23 13:36:56
Last activity: 2020-04-23 13:36:56
Topics: Webinars
Physics-Based Forecasts Modelling Community (30thApril, 17:00 CEST/11:00 EST/8:00 PST/00:00 JST)

A series of online meetings is now starting to discuss the challenges behind the development and testing of physics-based forecast models. The purpose of the calls will be to discuss practical issues (e.g. standard formats) but most importantly exchange ideas about current practices and future directions of research.

How much different is physics-based forecasting since the 1992 Landers earthquake? Which advances made are critical for our collective progress?

We will occasionally invite scientists outside of the forecast community (e.g. source modellers, geodesists, earthquake catalog developers etc) to join the discussion by giving a short presentation for subjects that are critical to forecast model development. We want to hear from them on the challenges they face but also share with them how our research can showcase their work!

The calls will take place every 2-weeks starting Wednesday, 30thon 17:00-19:00 CEST using a Zoom link that will be provided shortly.

We all hope that this will be an exciting series of exchanges! If you are interested in participating, or you have any questions, please send an e-mail to Margarita Segou at msegou<at>


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