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Supporting Organization :
TUBITAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey)
JST (Japan Science and Technology Agency)
Organization Committee :
Hasan İpek President, Prime Minestry, Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate of Turkey
Erhan Alparslan TUBITAK Marmara Research Center, Earth and Marine Sciences Institute
Mustafa Erdik Boğaziçi University, Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute
Yoshimori Honkura Tokyo Institute of Technology, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Sedat İnan TUBITAK Marmara Research Center, Earth and Marine Sciences Institute

Technical Program

Monday - 23 November 2009

08:30-09:00  Registration

Opening Ceremony
09:00-09:15   Mr. Hasan İpek ( Prime Ministry, Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate, Turkey)
Mr. Yoshinori Suzuki ( Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan)
Session 1 Co-Chairmen : Haluk Eyidoğan, Akira Hasegawa
09:15-09:40   Mustafa Erdik Istanbul Earthquake Rapid Response System
Abstract: Mustafa Erdik
09:40-10:05   Yoshimori Honkura Recent trend of comprehensive studies toward earthquake disaster prevention in Japan
Abstract: Yoshimori Honkura
10:05-10:30   Sedat İnan Multi-disciplinary earthquake researches in Turkey
Abstract: Sedat İnan

10:30-11:00  Coffee Break

Session 2 * Co-Chairmen : Hiroyuki Fujiwara, Mustafa Aktar
11:00-11:15   Beliz Uğurhan Ground motion simulations of recent major earthquakes in Turkey
Abstract: Beliz Uğurhan
11:15-11:30   Ali P.nar Aftershock activity as a tool to monitor dynamic and kinematic features around ruptured fault segments
Abstract: Ali P.nar
11:30-11:45   Haluk Eyidoğan Recent seismicity of Marmara Region and seismotectonic implications
Abstract: Haluk Eyidoğan
11:45-12:00   Mustafa K. Tuncer Research at KOERI on forecasting of earthquake occurrence
Abstract: Mustafa K. Tuncer
12:00-12:15   Nazan Y.lmaz Current regulatory earthquake zoning map of Turkey
Abstract: Nazan Y.lmaz
12:15-12:30   Semih Yücemen Three generation of seismic hazard mapping of Turkey
Abstract: Semih Yücemen
12:30-12:45   Ayşegül Askan Statistical approaches for assessing recent seismic damage data in Turkey
Abstract: Ayşegül Askan
12:45-13:00   Erdal şafak Shake table tests at KOERI and the needs of the Industry
Abstract: Erdal şafak

13:00-14:00  Lunch break

Session 3 Co-Chairmen : Murat Nurlu, Keiji Doi
14:00-14:25   Mahmut Baş Disaster risk management studies of .stanbul Metropolitan Municipality
Abstract: Mahmut Baş
14:25-14:50   Akira Hasegawa Plate subduction and generation of earthquakes in Japan: Recent observations based on nationwide dense networks
Abstract: Akira Hasegawa
14:50-15:15   Kazushige Obara Nationwide seismograph networks in Japan and discovery of slow earthquakes
Abstract: Kazushige Obara
15:15-15:40   Mehmet Akif Alkan National strong ground motion network of Turkey
Abstract: Mehmet Akif Alkan

15:40-16:00  Coffee Break

Session 4 * Co-Chairmen : Naoyuki Kato, Serdar Özalaybey
16:00-16:15   Murat Beyhan Turkish-Japanese joint project on earthquake monitoring system for real time source and damage estimation in Republic of Turkey
Abstract: Murat Beyhan
16:15-16:30   Şerif Barış The Armutlu Network: An Investigation on seismotectonic setting of Armutlu-Yalova-Gemlik and surrounding regions
Abstract: Şerif Barış
16:30-16:45   Can Zülfikar Self-organizing seismic early warning information network (SOSEWIN) Applications in Atakoy district and Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge
Abstract: Can Zülfikar
16:45-17:00   Baki Öztürk Seismic risk assessment studies of prefabricated buildings located in highly seismic regions of Turkey
Abstract: Baki Öztürk

17:00-17:15  Coffee Break

Session 5 Co-Chairmen : Atilla Ansal, Kazushige Obara
17:15-17:40   Daisuke Hasebe JMA services of monitoring/forecast on earthquake/tsunami and an example of the recent earthquake
Abstract: Daisuke Hasebe
17:40-18:05   Serdar Özalaybey Investigation of site effects in the Izmit Bay area
Abstract: Serdar Özalaybey
18:05-18:30   Filiz Kadiroğlu The developments in the national seismic observation network and M≥5 earthquake activity of Turkey (1999-2008)
Abstract: Filiz Kadiroğlu
18:30-18:55   Nurcan Meral Özel Earthquake observation and data management systems used at KOERI
Abstract: Nurcan Meral Özel
18:55-19:20   Oğuz Özel Earthquake early warning system currently in operation in Turkey: Istanbul EEW system
Abstract: Oğuz Özel
19:20-19:45   Yoshiko Yamanaka Source characteristics of large earthquakes inferred from waveform analysis
Abstract: Yoshiko Yamanaka

Tuesday - 24 November 2009
Session 6 Co-Chairmen : Mariko Sato, Semih Ergintav
08:50-09:15   Yoshiyuki Kaneda Real time monitoring for mega thrust earthquakes and tsunamis around the Nankai trough, Southwestern Japan
Abstract: Yoshiyuki Kaneda
09:15-09:40   Öcal Necmioğlu Tsunami and sea bottom observations at KOERI
Abstract: Öcal Necmioğlu
09:40-10:05   Namık Çağatay Geohazard monitoring studies of ESONET Marmara-DM project in the Sea of Marmara
Abstract: Namık Çağatay
10:05-10:30   Hiroshi Yarai Crustal deformation monitoring of the Japanese islands by space geodetic observation
Abstract: Hiroshi Yarai

10:30-11:00  Coffee Break

Session 7 Co-Chairmen : Sedat İnan, Yoshiyuki Kaneda
11:00-11:25   Fuat Şaroğlu An interpretation of active faults and their seismicity in Turkey
Abstract: Fuat Şaroğlu
11:25-11:50   Toshikazu Yoshioka Long-term evaluation of active faults in Japan
Abstract: Toshikazu Yoshioka
11:50-12:15   Mine Demircioğlu Nationwide Map of Probability for earthquake ground motion intensity
Abstract: Mine Demircioğlu
12:15-12:40   Mariko Sato GPS/acoustic seafloor geodetic observation for monitoring crustal movements around offshore plate boundary regions
Abstract: Mariko Sato
12:40-13:05   Mustafa Aktar Earthquake generation along the western part of the North Anatolian Fault: Research activities of the department of geophysics
Abstract: Mustafa Aktar
13:05-13:30   Semih Ergintav GPS-aided crust deformation studies in Turkey
Abstract: Semih Ergintav

13:30-14:30  Lunch Break

Session 8 Co-Chairmen : Toshikazu Yoshioka, Mustafa Erdik
14:30-14:55   Naoyuki Kato Numerical simulation of earthquake cycles: Implication for earthquake forecast
Abstract: Naoyuki Kato
14:55-15:20   Karin Şeşetyan Application of post-earthquake, real time shake- and loss-map assessment in Turkey
Abstract: Karin Şeşetyan
15:20-15:45   Atilla Ansal Seismic microzonation and vulnerability assessment of buildings and lifelines using detailed site information: Case study for European Part of Istanbul
Abstract: Atilla Ansal
15:45-16:10   Hiroyuki Fujiwara Development of seismic hazard information station for Japan
Abstract: Hiroyuki Fujiwara
16:10-16:35   Keiji Doi Performance and evaluation of earthquake early warning in Japan
Abstract: Keiji Doi
16:35-17:00   Takuya Nagae Large-scale shaking table tests for high-rise buildings: A new challenge of Edefense
Abstract: Takuya Nagae

17:00-17:30  Coffee Break

18:00-19:30  Panel and Closing Ceremony
Co-Chairmen : Yoshimori Honkura, Mustafa Erdik, Sedat İnan, Murat Nurlu




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