IWGoRS 5th International Working Group on Rotational Seismology Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan 2019/09/22 - 26

Program | Manual

16:00-17:30 Arrival, registration, icebreaker
08:50-09:00Opening Heiner Igel
TOPIC 1 : Taiwan's role in rotation seismology
convener : Wen-Tzong Liang
09:00-09:30 Review of Rotation Seismology Research in Taiwan Bor-Shouh Huang
09:30-10:00 Source Parameters of 2018 Mw6.4 Hualien, Taiwan, Earthquake Derived from Nanao Array: A Field Test of a 6 DOF Observation Facility Wu-Cheng Chi
10:00-10:30 What do we learn from near field 6C recording of 2018 Mw6.4 Hualien Earthquake Kuo-Fong  Ma
10:30-10:40 Discussion
10:40-11:00Coffee Break
TOPIC 2 : ROMY progress
convener : Heiner Igel
11:00-11:30 The ROMY project: A 4-component ring laser for geophysics and geodesy Heiner Igel
(Invited Speaker)
11:30-11:45 Sensor orientation and perimeter stabilisation of the ROMY installation André Gebauer
11:45-12:00 Discussion
12:00-13:30 Lunch
TOPIC 3 : Data analysis
convener : Vladimir Graizer
13:30-14:00 Land-atmosphere interactions in the low-frequency seismic band and inversion for shallow elasticity structure Toshiro Tanimoto
(Invited Speaker)
14:00-14:15 Determine phase velocity and wave field azimuth of surface wave from joint analysis of seismograph and ground rotation Chin-Jen Lin
14:30-15:00 Six-degree-of-freedom seismogeodesy by combining high-rate GNSS, accelerometers and gyroscopes Jianghui Geng
(Invited Speaker)
15:00-15:15 Discussion
15:15-15:45 Coffee Break
TOPIC 4 : Planetary, volcano
convener : Felix Bernauer
15:45-16:00 PIONEERS H2020-SPACE European project: 6DoF ground motion sensors for planets and asteroids Felix Bernauer
16:00-16:15 Volcanic eruption and ground rotational motion Minoru Takeo
16:15-16:30 6C Recordings at Active Volcanoes Joachim Wassermann
16:30-16:45 Discussion
16:45-19:00 Poster (posters stay until end of workshop)
19:00Shuttle bus at Lobby (Yin-Bin Building)
TOPIC 5 : Structure
convener : Zbigniew Zembaty
09:00-09:30 Rotation in buildings during earthquake loading: comparison of rotation and structural drift Philippe Guéguen
(Invited Speaker)
09:30-09:45 Testing accelerometer, GNSS and rotation sensors for strong ground motions on an industrial robot arm Yara Rossi
09:45-10:00 Testing rotation rate sensors in structural health monitoring Zbigniew Zembaty
10:00-10:15 6-dof strong surface seismic record of MM intensity VII and its effect on a slender tower and tall buildings Piotr Bońkowski
10:15-10:30 Application of dynamic tilt correction with direct measurements of rotation Felix Bernauer
10:30-10:40 Discussion
10:40-11:00 Coffee Break
TOPIC 6 : Theory
convener : Krzysztof Teisseyre
11:00-11:15 The phase fields concept – qualitative discussion Krzysztof Teisseyre
11:15-11:30 Seismic Response of reduced micropolar elastic half-space Mohammad Atif
11:30-11:45 Seismic wave propagation in Layered Reduced Micropolar Half-space Raghukanth Stg
11:45-12:00 Discussion
12:00-13:30 Lunch time
TOPIC 7 : Instrument I
convener : Johana Brokesova
13:30-14:00 Progress in high resolution Sagnac Interferometry Ulrich Schreiber
(Invited Speaker)
14:00-14:15 Rotational ground motion instrumentation: blueSeis continues its quest for innovation Frédéric Guattari
14:15-14:30 Improving of signal-to-noise ratio by nonlinear stacking of six-component seismograms Johana Brokesova
14:30-14:45 A high sensitivity giant dual-polarization fiber optic gyroscope for rotational seismology Yuwen Cao
14:45-15:00 Discussion
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
TOPIC 8 : Instrument II
convener : Jianghui Geng
15:30-15:45 Experimental perspectives for rotational seismology – construction of optical fiber sensors set Anna Kurzych
15:45-16:00 Principles of a single inertial mass 6-DOF accelerometer Nick Bernitsas
16:00-16:15 Discussion
16:15-17:30 Poster (posters stay until end of workshop)
17:30 Dinner
8:00~20:00 Field Trip (Shihkang Dam, 921 Earthquake Museum, Chelungpu Fault Presservation Park)
TOPIC 9 : Array
convener : Nori Nakata
09:00-09:30 Characterization of earthquake ground motion and ambient-noise correlation using a rotational seismometer and an array-based rotational motion Nori Nakata
(Invited Speaker)
09:30-10:00 Rotational motion and spatial wavefield gradient data in seismic exploration – a review Cedric Schmelzbach
(Invited Speaker)
10:00-10:15 Uncertainty quantification in rotational seismology Roxanne Rusch
10:15-11:00Final Discussion
11:00 Check out & Lunch box & Farewell
R01 Chu-Fang Yang Taiwan International Graduate Program,Academia Sinica and National Central Seismically detected ground tilts induced by precipitation and fluvialprocesses: Examples from Taiwan
R02 Celine Hadziioannou University of Hamburg Investigating seismic background noise with six degrees of freedom
R03 Chang Chen China University of Geosciences,Beijing Comparisons of Travelling-Wave Method and Difference Method forCalculating Rotational Components
R04 Dong-qing Li China University of Geosciences(Beijing) Calculating Rotational Ground Motions by Finite Difference Method
R05 Lixia Sun China University of Geosciences, Beijing 3D 6C elastic wave simulation
R06 Shihao Yuan Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich Six degrees of freedom analysis of point ground motions: application toG-ring and ROMY data
R07 Shihao Yuan Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich Fracture characterization from walkaround VSP in the presence of 6Csensors
R08 Shihao Yuan Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich Six degree-of-freedom broadband ground motion observations withportable sensors: validation, local earthquakes, signal processing
R09 Shihao Yuan Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich Rupture Tracking with 6 DoF Ground Motion Observations: ASynthetic Study
R10 Roxanne Rusch CEA, DAM, DIF, F-91297 Arpajon,France Exploration of the relations between seismic source moment tensor andseismic rotations.
R11 Michal Dudek Military University of Technology Near-field rotations excited by the microblast-method excavations
R12 Xinming Qiu China University of Geosciences, Beijing Numerical characteristics of surface waves on 3D6C records
R13 Stefanie Donner BGR Hannover Seismic point and kinematic source solutions from rotational ground
R14 Jiri Malek IRSM CAS New prototype of 6-component seismograph Rotaphone CY: laboratorytesting and pilot measurements

poster size: 175*85cm (orange color region)

Field trip

During the workshop, we will explore two famous museums related to earthquake.
921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan
Chelungpu Fault Preservation Park