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SZNet Virtual Workshop

SZNet Virtual Workshop | Rheology and Stress

May 20-24, 2024

Keynotes and breakout session times are detailed below

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Workshop Objectives

How does the rheology of subduction zone materials influence the partitioning of stress and strain, and how does this control the nature of hazards across the subduction zone system?

SZNet's virtual workshops serve as major vehicles for the development of a large, interdisciplinary science community. These workshops offer opportunities to discuss important questions at the forefront of the scientific community while offering a convenient forum for international scientists to collaborate.

The virtual workshops are scheduled over the course of a week to accommodate busy schedules and diverse time zones. Translated close captions will be available for all events.


May 20-22, 2024: Keynote Talks. Two talks will be scheduled each day (45 minute talk, 15 minute Q&A). Talks will be recorded and posted on the SZ4D Youtube Channel for asynchronous viewing.

May 23, 2024: Breakout Discussions Sessions. Breakout sessions will scheduled at a variety of timezones to allow attendees to choose the breakout session that most meets their needs (about 1.5 hours).

May 24, 2024: Meeting-wide Discussion. One large final meeting for all attendees to meet and recap what was discussed in the breakout sessions. The final meeting will be recorded and posted on the SZ4D Youtube Channel for asynchronous viewing.

Organizers

SZNet Webinar Subcommittee:

Pablo Ampuero (FRENSZ, Geoazur, France)

Yaru Hsu (INVEST++, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

Ehsan Kosari (IPOC, GFZ Potsdam, Germany)

Michael Murphy (SZ4Grads, New Mexico SU, USA)

Agenda

Rheology And Stress - SZNet Virtual Workshop Agenda (2)
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(all times in UTC)


Day 1  - May 20th, 2024 - Keynote Sessions


15:00 - 16:00 UTC | Pore Pressure, Stress, and Friction along Subduction Megathrusts: Insights from Drilling, Lab Experiments, and Modeling - Demian Saffer (University of Texas Institute for Geophysics)


00:00 - 1:00 UTC | Estimates of Fault Friction from Temperature Measurements following 3 Large Earthquakes in Taiwan, China and Japan - Jim Mori (Kyoto University)


Day 2  - May 21, 2024 - Keynote Sessions


14:00 - 15:00 UTC | Deformation Styles and Rheological Properties of the Subduction Interface in the Deep Slow Slip and Tremor Source Region - Whitney Behr (ETH Zürich)


1:00 - 2:00 UTC | Constitutive Behavior of Rocks During the Seismic Cycle and Implications for Megathrust Dynamics - Sylvain Barbot (University of Southern California)


Day 3  - May 22, 2024 - Keynote Sessions


14:00 - 15:00 UTC | Revisiting the Subduction Channel - Current Understanding and Open Questions - Onno Oncken (GFZ Potsdam)


23:00 - 00:00 UTC | Megathrust Strength and Stress with Implications to Earthquake Processes - Kelin Wang (Geological Survey of Canada)


Day 4  - May 23, 2024 - Breakout Sessions


14:00 - 15:00 UTC | Breakout Session - Rheology

Discussion Leaders: Dr. Eirini Poulaki and Dr. Anne Socquet


16:00 - 17:00 UTC | Breakout Session - Stress

Discussion Leaders: Dr. Alba Rodriguez Padilla and Dr. Andrew Newman


00:00 - 1:00 UTC | Breakout Session - Time Scales

Discussion Leaders: Dr. Yihe Huang and Paul Caesar Flores


Day 5  - May 24, 2024 - Plenary Session


15:00 - 16:00 UTC | ECR Breakout Session Group, co-organized with SZ4Grads

Discussion Leaders: Aubrey LaPlante and Hannah Shabtian


16:30-17:30 UTC | Meeting Wide Plenary Session

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