MP-PSHA - Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

Host Institution:

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), Germany


The Ch-MP-PSHA, optimized within the ChEESE CoE, offers high-resolution HPC-simulation physics-based PSHA (Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis). It allows realization of earthquake scenarios with unprecedented resolution and ensemble size for uncertainty quantification. The MP-Ch-PSHA Workflow combines SeisSol and the open-source code SHERIFS to produce hazard curves and hazard maps, complementing operational/empirical hazard assessment.

The infrastructure offers physical access TA the workflow for physics based PSHA, with an example case in Iceland that can be adjusted to new study regions.

Data: Datasets for training and testing.

Target community/Users:

Computational Seismologists of all levels (beginners to experts) and Interdisciplinary researchers, e.g. from Tsunami, Geodynamics or Engineering communities interested in linking codes.

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