26 - 29 September 2017Seisme equateur
GREDEG lecture hall
Sophia Antipolis
250 rue Albert Einstein 06560 Valbonne

Tuesday 26 September

2 – 5 pm : preliminary results on the 2016 Pedernales Earthquake (10 mn presentations followed by 10 mn of discussion)

  • Feedback of the Institute of Geophysics (Quito) on the Perdernales earthquake (data analysis, crisis management, priorities for the future) Alexandra Alvarado (IG-EPN, Quito)
  • Expectations of the « Secretaría de Gestión de Riesgos » regarding scientists and scientific programs - Gabriela Solis Gordillo (SGR, Guayaquil)
  • Analysis of the aftershocks sequence : preliminary results - Hans Agurto Detzel et al.
  • 3D location of aftershocks - Yvonne Font et al.
  • Aftershock catalog augmentation using backbone RENSIG network and matched filter techniques - Stephen Hernandez and Morgan Plain
  • Status report, aftershock analysis, and the Esmeraldas and Atacames sequence - Anne Metlzer et al.
  • Forearc structure: A preliminary look at ambient noise and receiver functions - Susan Beck et al.
  • Minimum 1D velocity model based on the aftershock sequence - Sergio Leon-Rios, Andreas Rietbrock et al.

Wednesday 27 September

9 – 12 am : scientific discussion around the 2016 Pedernales Earthquake

  • Areas prone to slow-slip events impede earthquake rupture propagation and promote afterslip - Frédérique Rolandone et al.
  • Role of slow earthquakes in the seismic cycle – example of the Pedernales rupture zone – Martin Vallée et al.

Discussion :

  • Toward a unified catalog of aftershocks
  • Data sharing, archive and access
  • Initial publication(s) strategy and timeline
  • Research coordination and collaboration going forward
  • Interpretation of the aftershocks sequence, relationship between aftershocks and afterslip

2 – 4 pm : Progress report regarding scenarios of crustal fault ruptures (WP2)

  • Report on the progress and activities of the work-package – Laurence Audin et al.
  • Segmentation of the Pallatanga Cosanga  fault system – Stéhane Baize et al.
  • Bucay Puna experiment – Marc Régnier et al.

4 – 6 pm : Progress report regarding seismic hazard models (WP3)

  • The experiment of Porto Viejo – A study of the site effects just after the Pedernales Earthquake – Hugo Yepes et al.
  • Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Maps for Ecuador (2007-2017) Céline Beauval, Judith Marinière, Hugo Yepes et al.
  • The use of geodetic data to quantify seismic hazard - Judith Marinière

Thursday 28 September

9 – 10 am : Progress report regarding rapid determination of earthquake source parameters (WP5)

  • Systematic identification of location, depth, magnitude of earthquake, the MECAVEL method – Martin Vallée et al.

10 – 12 am : Progress report regarding seismic hazard assessment in Quito (WP4)

  • Low Frequency Seismic Amplification in the Quito Basin (Ecuador) Revealed by Accelerometric Recordings of the RENAC Network – Aurore Laurendeau et al.
  • Temporary seismic network in Quito basin: first data analysis and perspectives – Diego Mercerat et al.
  • Response of buildings and site-city intercation in Quito – Philippe Guéguen et al.
  • The Pedernales earthquake in Quito : Accelerometric data and Ground Motion Simulations – Françoise Courboulex et a


2 – 5 pm : Closing session

  • Presentation of the REMAKE web site (L. Audin)
  • Discussion of the 2018 work plan
  • Participation to AGU

Friday 29 September - Interdisciplinarity / Transdisciplinarity : from announcement to implementation, the example of the geo-hazards in the Andes (more …)

9 – 12 am:  Interdisciplinarity & Transdisciplinarity. Main issues and experience returns

  • 15’: Introduction Philippe Charvis (IRD – Nice) & Julien Rebotier (CNRS – Toulouse).
    Interdisciplinaire et transdisciplinaire: définition des enjeux, obstacles et défis autour des risques (recherche et gestion)
  • 15’: Introduction Patrick Pigeon (Université Savoie Mont Blanc – Chambéry)
    Pourquoi l’intérêt de l’interdisciplinarité et de la transdisciplinarité dans la prévention des risques de désastres? … En dépit de leurs limitations déjà reconnues
  • 15’: REX Juanita Lopez (KPMG – Colombie).
    Gestion du risque d'inondation et adaptation au changement climatique dans la région de La Mojana (Colombie): un processus de décision fondé sur une approche holistique du risque
  • 15’: REX Sandra Santa Cruz (Université Catholique – Pérou).
    A Transdisciplinary And Participatory Approach To Local Disaster Risk Reduction: Experiences and Challenges In Two Cities In Peru
  • 15’: REX Funda Atun (Polytechnique de Milan – Italie).
    Interdisciplinarity / Transdisciplinarity: exploring horizontal and vertical relations between different groups during disaster prevention and response phases
  • 15’: REX Caroline Michellier (Africa Museum – Belgique).
    Retour d’expérience programme AVCOR.
  • 15’: Réaction / Dialogue Christine Voiron (UNICE), Diego Moreno, Myriam Merad (CNRS – Nice), Damienne Provitolo (CNRS – Nice) & Hugo Yepes (IG-EPN – Quito)
  • Table ronde de synthèse sélective, regards transversaux, partage d’expériences, dialogue, etc.
  • 30’: Synthèse / Brainstorming
    Targeting key aspects – setting up afternoon workshops

2 – 5 pm: Interdisciplinarity & Transdisciplinarity. Identifying and addressing key aspects

  • 2 – 4 pm: 2 à 4 ateliers : discussion ouverte autour de thèmes clés identifies en matinée / 2 to 4 workshops : open discussions about key aspects targeted in the morning
  • 4 – 5 pm: Putting things together and improving practices / Mise en commun et perspectives