Minisymposium: MS10 - High-Performance Computing for Earthquake Simulation, Geohazard Modeling, and Seismic Imaging, Part II of II
TimeWednesday, 12 June 201915:30 - 17:30
LocationHG E 1.2
DescriptionEarth science relies on numerical methods now more than ever before. Dealing with the ever-growing massive observation data, simulating earthquakes or geodynamic problems, imaging the interior of earth at the finer scale, solving geological engineering issues with complicated settings, etc., all these studies benefit from the development of high-performance computing. To embrace the big-data era and harness the power of high-performance computing (HPC), the goal of this minisymposium is to discuss the scientific achievements and the theoretical/technical improvements of numerical methods we have made with HPC, as well as the emerging new frontiers like AI in computational geosciences. The minisymposium also provide a chance for computer scientists and earth scientists to work together to address the challenges in the future of Earth sciences.