CME Project

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This is the SCEC Community Modeling Environment (SCEC/CME or CME) Collaborative Wiki Home Page. This home page will be updated to include current and new CME projects and collaboration information. This represents a good starting point for additional information about CME projects.

CME researchers develop structural models of California faults and geology, develop and validate rupture physics models, perform large-scale regional wave propagation simulations, collaborate with engineers studying engineering response to ground motions, and integrate computational improvements into probabilistic seismic hazard calculations.

CME Meeting Presentations

CME Project Trac Sites

Presentations about CME

CME Project Pages

Related SCEC Web Sites

CME Science and IT Collaborators Web Sites

SCEC Computer Science Collaborative Organizations and Resource Providers

Related Research Areas

CME-related web sites

SCEC Computer Science Collaborative Organizations and Resource Providers

Related Research Areas

CME Software

Supercomputing

CME Studies

Fig 1: SCEC/CME computational pathways provide a scientific framework for improving seismic ground motion forecasts. The SCEC/CME Project began as an NSF information technology research (ITR) project in 2001. (Image Credit: Thomas H. Jordan)


SCEC Computer Science Collaborative Organizations and Resource Providers

See Also

Additional information about SCEC earthquake system science research is available on related SCEC web sites including:

Recent Earthquake Information

An important goal of SCEC earthquake research is to reduce the hazard from future earthquakes by developing physics-based predictive models of earthquake processes.

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