Outline of Session


Solid Earth Sciences(S) / Seismology(SS)
S-SS24 Application and Future Development of Earthquake Early Warning

Short title Earthquake Early Warning
Oral presentation
May 27 AM1 (09:00 - 10:45) A06 Masumi Yamada  / Shunroku Yamamoto 
May 27 AM2 (11:00 - 11:45) A06 Mitsuyuki Hoshiba  / Hiroshi Tsuruoka 
Poster presentation
May 27 (Core Time 18:15 - 19:30) Convention Hall
Contact Masumi Yamada
Email masumi@eqh.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp
Convener Masumi Yamada  / Masaki Nakamura  / Mitsuyuki Hoshiba  / Hiroshi Tsuruoka  / Shin Aoi  / Shunroku Yamamoto 
Scope Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) is provided to public users nationwide in Japan from October 2007. The attention to the system has been increasing by broadcasting from the television, radio, and mobile phone. The contribution of the automatic processing technology of observing waveform data is very important for the development of EEW. In this session, we will discuss on the technical improvement, practical and the automatic processing technology of EEW and real-time warning system.

Time Presentation No Title Author Presenter Abstract
Oral Presentation   May 27 AM1 (09:00-10:45) A06                              to the top
09:00 - 09:15 SSS24-01 Prediction of ground shaking from shaking itself: application of numerical shake prediction method for various frequency HOSHIBA, Mitsuyuki
AOKI, Shigeki
HOSHIBA, Mitsuyuki English
09:15 - 09:30 SSS24-02 Consideration of site amplification and data stability of OBS for magnitude estimation of earthquake early warning HAYASHIMOTO, Naoki
HOSHIBA, Mitsuyuki
HAYASHIMOTO, Naoki English
09:30 - 09:45 SSS24-03 A Method to Identify Multiple Concurrent Events and its Application TAMARIBUCHI, Koji TAMARIBUCHI, Koji English
09:45 - 10:00 SSS24-04 P and S wave identification filter for the on-site seismic alarm HORIUCHI, Shigeki HORIUCHI, Shigeki English
10:00 - 10:15 SSS24-05 How to utilize the information acquired by home seismometers spread across Japan NAITO, Shohei
NAKAMURA, Hiromitsu
AZUMA, Hiroki
NAITO, Shohei English
10:15 - 10:30 SSS24-06 Improvement of the single-station EEW algorithms for railways YAMAMOTO, Shunroku
IWATA, Naoyasu
NODA, Shunta
YAMAMOTO, Shunroku English
10:30 - 10:45 SSS24-07 Improvement of the discrimination algorithm between train-induced vibrations from seismic motions for EEW IWATA, Naoyasu
YAMAMOTO, Shunroku
KORENAGA, Masahiro
IWATA, Naoyasu English
Oral Presentation   May 27 AM2 (11:00-11:45) A06                              to the top
11:00 - 11:15 SSS24-08 Real-time Earthquake Magnitude Estimation by the GEONET real-time processing system: REGARD KAWAMOTO, Satoshi
SATO, Yudai
KAWAMOTO, Satoshi English
11:15 - 11:30 SSS24-09 An Attempt of Using of Earthquake Prompt Reports for Dispatching Health and Medical Support Team ISHIMINE, Yasuhiro ISHIMINE, Yasuhiro English
11:30 - 11:45 3-min talk in an oral session (SSS24-P03/SSS24-P04/SSS24-P06)

Presentation No Title Author Presenter Abstract
Poster Presentation   May 27  Core Time (18:15-19:30) Convention Hall                    to the top
SSS24-P01 Application to display Earthquake Information using Mobile Terminal FURUDATE, Tomomichi FURUDATE, Tomomichi English
SSS24-P02 Array observation of strong motion for the precise estimation of current wavefield OGISO, Masashi
HOSHIBA, Mitsuyuki
OGISO, Masashi English
SSS24-P03 Fast Estimate of Rupture Process of Large Earthquakes via Real Time Hi-net Data WANG, Dun
MORI, James
WANG, Dun English
SSS24-P04 REGARD - Real-time GEONET Analysis System for Rapid Deformation Monitoring - SATO, Yudai
SATO, Yudai English
SSS24-P05 Real-time Damage Estimation for the 2014 Nagano Kamishiro Fault Earthquake by J-RISQ NAKAMURA, Hiromitsu
KUNUGI, Takashi
SUZUKI, Wataru
NAKAMURA, Hiromitsu English
SSS24-P06 A numerical study of real-time source mechanism inversion (GRiD-MT) considering 3D heterogeneous subsurface structure NAGAO, Arisa
NAGAO, Arisa English