In July, Graeme Weatherill from our partners GFZ presented the new Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment (PSHA) Testing toolkit.
In June, Marco Pagani from our partner GEM (Global Earthquake Model Foundation) gave a presentation on new and improved tools for PSHA.
In June, METIS project coordinator Irmela Zentner gave an overview of this project including key achievements to date.
Over the summer we had three successful webinars giving insights on the METIS project covering topics of interest relating to innovation in tools and methods for seismic risk assessment of nuclear power plants.
The METIS project proposes a series of webinars covering topics of interest relating to innovation in tools and methods for seismic risk assessment of nuclear power plants.
Join our partners the Global Earthquake Model (GEM) Foundation, and other leading experts in the field at the 2023 GEM Conference in Bergamo, Italy from June 13-14.
The METIS Seismic Hazard Workshop is a 2-day event organised as part of the activities carried out in Work Package 4. The workshop aims to jointly disseminate results achieved within the project and present recent advances within different areas of seismic hazard analysis (SHA).
The Institute Static and Dynamics of Structures from the Rheinland-Pfälzische Technische Universität (RPTU) is hosting a training school on seismic probabilistic risk assessment (SPRA). The school, tailored to Master, Ph.D., and postdoctoral students, takes place at the RPTU premises in Kaiserslautern (Germany) from June 22nd and 23rd, 2023.
With this newsletter we invite you to learn more about the project’s latest developments and the partners’ achievements. Please check our recent advances to improve the seismic risk assessment analysis chain, from hazard and ground motion to site response, fragility, and risk quantification.
The 3rd METIS plenary meeting took place from June 6th – 7th in Athens, Greece, hosted by partner NTUA. The first day of the meeting, the WP leaders presented their updates and milestones while the second day was dedicated to working meetings and technical focus sessions on site response analysis, aftershocks in PRA and METIS case study.