SCEC Highlights and News

Archive of SCEC highlights and news articles that may be of interest to the SCEC community.

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New Page Launched!
A new landing page for in now available, featuring workshop videos, links to project pages, recen...
SCEC Welcomes San Diego Supercomputer Center as a new Core Institution
SDSC has helped SCEC develop some of the most efficient and scalable earthquake simulation software on both CPU- an...
UN marks anniversary of devastating 2010 Haiti earthquake
Paying tribute to all the victims, the UN in Haiti remembered not only the hundreds of thousands of Haiti...
United Nations
Computer wizardry gives earthquake researchers deeper insights
Earthquakes are an omnipresent source of anxiety in California, where the San Andreas fault slices through most of the s...
USC Dornsife
Evidence for shared earthquakes between San Andreas and San Jacinto faults
The San Andreas and San Jacinto faults have ruptured simultaneously at least three times in the past 2,000 years, most r...
SCEC Receives Award for "Best Use of HPC in the Physical Sciences"
The Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC), based at the University of Southern California, has won the ...
Mission Creek fault strand near Desert Hot Springs is moving faster than previously thought
On Oct. 21 at 10:21 a.m., students at Desert Hot Springs schools dropped for cover during the Great California ShakeOut ...
Desert Sun
2022 SCEC Science Plan solicits proposals
The SCEC Science Plan (aka RFP) reflects the research priorities articulated in the SCEC5 proposal, and the project plan...
Q&A with 2021 SCEC Annual Meeting Presenters
The 2021 SCEC Annual Meeting (held online) was a phenomenal success with more than 80...
2021 Great ShakeOut: Resources for your class, office, or home drills!
SCEC's Communication, Education, and Outreach program has coordinated Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills since 2008, in pa...