The 3rd APRU/AEARU Research Symposium “Earthquake Hazards around the Pacific Rim” (Jakarta, 21-22 Juni 2007)

The 3rd APRU/AEARU Research Symposium “Earthquake Hazards around the Pacific Rim”
– Diversity of Earthquake, Tsunami and Volcanic Phenomena and their Hazards –

June 21-22, 2007
Hotel Nikko Jakarta, Conference Hall
Jakarta, Indonesia

June 21, 2007 (Thursday)
9:00-9:30

Registration

9:30-10:00 Opening Ceremony (chaired by T. Kato)
Opening address Sadanori Okamura, Vice President, the University of Tokyo, Japan
Welcome address Margaret Leong, Deputy Director, APRU , Singapore
Congratulatory address Minoru Hakamagi, MEXT, Japan
Welcome address Usman Chatib Warsa, Rector, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Welcome address Satryo Soemantri Brodjonegoro, Director General of Higher Education, Indonesia
Remarks Teruyuki Kato
Break

10:15-11:00 Key note lecture (1)
[K-1] Jun Murai : New Age of Digital Communication: Role in Asia Pacific Rim
11:00-11:05

Intermission

11:05-11:50 Key note lecture (2)
[K-2] Kusmayanto Kadiman

11:50-13:00

Lunch

13:00-13:15

Introduction of posters

Session 1: Earthquake – Forecast, monitoring and early warning –
Chairperson: Subarya and Hirata

13:15-13:30

[S1-1] Hirata, N., Japanese national program for the earthquake prediction research

13:30-13:45

[S1-2] Rundle, J., Earthquake risk assessment and forecasting: a summary of current issues

13:45-14:00

[S1-3] Wu, Y.-M., Determination of earthquake early warning parameters, τc and Pd

14:00-14:15

[S1-4] Subarya, C., The first implementation of a real time high rate GPS network for tsunami early warning system in Indonesia

14:15-14:30

[S1-5] Yamaoka, K., Recent progress of ACROSS system for monitoring plate coupling

14:30-14:45

Break

Session 2: Earthquake – What we learn from Sumatra Earthquake –
Chairperson: Natawidjaja and Prawirodirdjo

14:45-15:00

[S2-1] Lubis, S., Tectonic setting in the vicinity of subduction zone off west Sumatera and South Java, Indonesia

15:00-15:15

[S2-2] Sieh, K., Variations in modes of failures along the Sunda megathrust

15:15-15:30

[S2-3] Prawirodirdjo, L., Geodetic observations of an earthquake cycle at the Sumatra subduction zone: The role of interseismic strain segmentation

15:30-15:45

[S2-4] Meltzner, A., Coseismic, postseismic, and interseismic deformation in the boundary zone between the 2004 and 2005 Sunda megathrust ruptures: insights from coral microatolls

15:45-16:00

[S2-5] Hashimoto, M., Coseismic slip and afterslip of the Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake detected by continuous GPS observations and their tectonic implications

16:00-16:15

[S2-6] Natawidjaja, D.-H., A review on the Sumatran fault zone with reference to the 6 March 2007 events (M6.4 & 6.3) in Singkarak lake, Central Sumatra

16:15-16:30

Break

Session 3: Tsunami
Chairperson: Siripong and Latief

16:30-16:45

[S3-1] Koshimura, S., Numerical modeling of tsunami inundation of Banda Aceh, by the 2004 Sumatra earthquake

16:45-17:00

[S3-2] Wong, P.-P., Coasts of Aceh : Impacts and recovery from a tsunami

17:00-17:15

[S3-3] Latief, H., Developing of pre-calculated tsunami model database for Indonesian tsunami early warning system

17:15-17:30

[S3-4] Tsuji, Y., Two problems on the study of tsunamis

17:30-17:45

[S3-5] Siripong, A., The roles of education for tsunami mitigation in Thailand

17:45-18:00

[S3-6] Nallaperumal, S., A real-time embedded system integrated neural network design model to predict tsunami

18:00-18:05

John Rundle (UC Davis): Invitation speech for the next APRU/AEARU Symposium

18:30-20:00 Reception (Diamond Room 3)
Greetings Satoru Satoh, Minister, Embassy of Japan
Special talk Hiroyoshi Kano, The University of Tokyo

June 22, 2007 (Friday)
8:30-9:00

Registration

Session 4: Volcanic Hazard
Chairperson: Surono and Kaneko

9:00-9:15

[S4-1] Watanabe, H., Progress of the national project for prediction of volcanic eruption in Japan

9:15-9:30

[S4-2] Surono, Merapi eruption in 2006 and its implication to future hazard

9:30-9:45

[S4-3] Iguchi, M., Eruption mechanism of explosive eruption at Semeru volcano, East Java, Indonesia

9:45-10:00

[S4-4] Kaneko, T., Satellite monitoring of active volcanoes in east Asia: a MODIS and MTSAT-based system

10:00-10:15

[S4-5] Sekiya, N., The social amplification and psychology of volcanic eruptions: normalcy bias, catastrophe bias, and image contamination

10:15-10:30

Break

Session 5: Earthquake – Engineering approach for mitigating earthquake hazards –
Chairperson: Lase and Meguro

10:30-10:45

[S5-1] Hwang, S.-J., Experimental and analytical performance assessment of in-situ pushover tests of Reui-Pu Elementary School building in Taiwan

10:45-11:00

[S5-2] Prunomo, H., Behavior of non-standardised clay brick masonry wall panels to lateral loading

11:00-11:15

[S5-3] Meguro, K., Implementation of earthquake safer housing through technological and social approaches

11:15-11:30

[S5-4] Lase, Y., Application of base isolation system for enhancing seismic performance of traditional houses in Indonesia

11:30-11:45

[S5-5] Prakoso, W., Initial evaluation of variability of design response spectrum

11:45-12:00

[S5-6] Nizam, Community based reconstruction – Lessons learned from Jogja-Jateng earthquake reconstruction

12:00-12:15

[S5-7] Iemura, H., Earthquake and tsunami damage survey in Indonesia and recommendation for the reconstruction

12:15-13:45

Lunch/Poster viewing

Session 6: Management of disasters and technologies for disaster mitigation and recovery
Chairperson: Rokhmatuloh and Ahmed

13:45-14:00

[S6-1] Rokhmatuloh, Management of disaster mitigation: The role of remote sensing for updating data

14:00-14:15

[S6-2] Setiadi, H., Geographies of natural disaster management: spatial knowledge for vulnerable people

14:15-14:30

[S6-3] Raj, J. K., Predicted impacts of future tsunami in northwest Peninsular Malaysia

14:30-14:45

[S6-4] Ahmed, Z., Seismic risk reduction: The Bangladesh perspective

14:45-15:00

[S6-5] Widjajalaksmi, Role of physical medicine and rehabilitation in disaster recovery for Aceh 2004 Earthquake and tsunami limb amputee

15:00-15:15

Break

15:15-15:30

[S6-6] Christmann, J., Geo-hazard awareness maps in the Philippines – scientific approach versus data reality –

15:30-15:45

[S6-7] Shimazaki, K., Estimates and public awareness of seismic hazard in Japan

15:45-16:00

[S6-8] Maki, N., Long-term recovery from Indian Ocean tsunami disaster: Toward sustainable safer community

16:00-16:30

General Discussion
Moderator: Koketsu and Sieh

16:30-17:00 Closing ceremony

Closing Address Kazuhiko Takeuchi, Director, Div. Intl. Relations, the University of Tokyo
Closing Address Sutanto Soehodho, Vice Rector, University of Indonesia
Closing Address Margaret Leong, Deputy Director, APRU
Poster presentations and exibition

# Posters should be raised during the whole period of the symposium.
# Core time period for poster viewing: June 22 (Fri.), 12:45-13:30PM

Session 1: Earthquake – Forecast, monitoring and early warning –

[P-S1-1] Sarsito, D. A., Present day kinematics of Palu-Koro fault (Sulawesi – Indonesia): GPS permanent stations results

[P-S1-2] Andreas, H., The role of geodesy in earthquake prediction: what to believe?

[P-S1-3] Iwakuni, M., East Asian tectonics using GPS data

[P-S1-4] Usman, E., Offshore fault assessment: Implication to predict earthquake and tsunamigenic potential along the coastal area of Muria Peninsula, Central Java

Session 2: Earthquake – What we learn from Sumatra Earthquake –

[P-S2-1] Husen, A. b., Tsunami height memorial poles in Banda Aceh for disaster prevention and education

Session 3: Tsunami

[P-S3-1] Raj, J. K., The need for tsunami alerts in northeast and east Sabah, Malaysia

[P-S3-2] Soomro, A. S., Tsunami disaster risk zone mapping by using GIS for Muang Krabi coast line, Thailand

Session 6: Management and technologies for disaster mitigation and recovery

[P-S6-1] Palupi, L. S., Trilogi disaster management: Pre-disaster, disaster and post disaster management

[P-S6-2] Pudjiati, R., Evaluation of school-based psychosocial program in enhancing recovery of disaster affected school in North Aceh

[P-S6-3] Hadi, C., Disaster and multicultural education: Positive interdependence psychology perspective

[P-S6-4] Sakamoto, M., The challenges for post-disaster reconstruction -The case of Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami disaster, Indonesia and Southern Leyte landslide disaster, Philippines-

[P-S6-5] Surono, Earthquake and tsunami hazard mitigation strategy – case study: Earthquake amplification and tsunami prone mapping in Indonesia

Special Session: International collaborations in Asian countries against geohazards

[P-SP-1] Abidin, H. Z., Crustal deformation studies in Indonesia using GPS – a researh plan –

[P-SP-2] Fujino, S., Discovery of paleotsunami deposit along Sunda megathrust – Preliminary results from Simeulue Island, Indonesia –

[P-SP-3] Hirakawa, K., “Paleotsunami and historical tsunami studies along the Sunda Arc” as one of the LIPI-JSPS project

[P-SP-4] Koketsu, K., Earthquake source and strong ground motion studies in Indonesia – A research plan –

[P-SP-5] Tanaka, S., Tsunami disaster and reconstruction processes in Banda Aceh, Indonesia: Socio-human and geo-environmental aspects

[P-SP-6] Narafu T., Collaborative research and development for safer housing against Earthquakes

[P-SP-7] Kato, T., Outline of the “Restoration program from the giant earthquakes and tsunamis” project

Exibition

[P-EX-1] JICA, Hiroyuki Katayama

[P-EX-2] Hakusan Corp., Koji Watanabe

[P-EX-3] Nippon GPS Solutions Co. Ltd., Kazutoshi Satoh

* APRU
* AEARU
* 130
* THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO
* The University of Indonesia

Sponsored by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)

http://dir.u-tokyo.ac.jp/apru_utui2007/program.html

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