Seminar by Dr. Haruko Sekiguchi

We invite Dr. Haruko Sekiguchi (Active Fault Research Center, AIST) to have a seminar on "Basics of the waveform inversion for source processes" on June 4 (Wednesday), 2003. She will have another seminar on recent development of seismic source processes on June 11, 2003. She is one of the most active seismogist in the field of "earthquake source process and strong ground motion study". I strongly recommend all of you to participate in her seminar and to catch up the most advanced ideas and techniques from her talks.

The detailed information of the June 11 seminar is as follows:
Time: 14:00 to 15:30 on June 11 (Wednesday), 2003.
Place: Room D562 on the fifth floor at the DPRI front building
Presenter: Dr. Haruko Sekiguchi, Active Fault Research Center, National 
Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology.
Title: The waveform inversion analysis

Contents:
Variable focuses, technical efforts and findings in recent waveform 
inversion analyses, further study using inverted source models will be 
introduced.


The detailed information of the June 4 seminar is as follows:
Time: 14:00 to 15:30 on June 4 (Wednesday), 2003.
Place: Room D562 on the fifth floor at the DPRI front building
Presenter: Dr. Haruko Sekiguchi, Active Fault Research Center, National 
Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology.
Title: Basics of the waveform inversion for source processes

Contents:
We will learn basic idea of the waveform inversion in which waveform data 
are inverted to recover the spatial and temporal progress of faulting on 
source faults. We will also see how to constrain the instability of the 
inversion and how appropriately give unphysical constraints (idea of ABIC), 
which are inevitable subjects when we apply this analysis to real data.

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