SCEC Highlights and News

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

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12/07/2016
SCEC Awarded 141 Million Supercomputing Hours By DOE's INCITE Program
The Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) has been awarded 141,000,000 supercomputer processor-hours at Departmen...
Jason Ballmann
12/01/2016
Laboratory Sharing to Improve Rock Deformation Research
An ever-growing group of scientists seeks to integrate rock deformation labs from across the United States into one shar...
AGU EOS
11/19/2016
Yifeng Cui Named SDSC Person of the Year
Cui, who joined SDSC in 2001, is the founding director of the High Performance GeoComputing Laboratory at SDSC, and an a...
11/18/2016
New Zealand earthquake lifts a bizarre sea wall up to land
The mass of rocks and seaweed comes courtesy of a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that thrust parts of the sea floor up and out...
PopSci
11/18/2016
GNS: Updates Page, M7.8 Kaikoura Earthquake (NZ)
GNS Science researches New Zealand's earthquake hazards, our GeoNet programme provides information about the l...
GNS
11/13/2016
M7.8 Earthquake, New Zealand - 23.0 km depth
The November 13, 2016 M 7.8 earthquake in North Canterbury, New Zealand, occurred as the result of shallow obl...
11/01/2016
Is the 'big one' about to hit Rome? Series of tremors and volcano's reawakening prompt fears of major quake
A series of earthquakes which struck central Italy in the past two months has sparked fears that the country's capital m...
The Telegraph
10/27/2016
#GTC16DC: Earthquake Simulations at Extreme Scale
The highly nonlinear, multiscale dynamics of large earthquakes is a difficult physics problem that challenges HPC system...
Jason Ballmann
10/25/2016
Super accurate computing wastes tons of energy
Sacrificing a tiny bit of accuracy to run computer models, like those used to create weather forecasts, could save signi...
Jade Boyd-Rice
10/24/2016
How you protect yourself when an earthquake hits might be all wrong
Your well-rehearsed earthquake response plan could be all wrong. Sure, you might know ‚Äúdrop, cover and hold ...
Ron Lin