Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
Applied Seismology Laboratory
Prof. Kazuki Koketsu
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Undergraduate Education

  • “Special Research in Earth and Planetary Physics” (winter semester)
    2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

Graduate Education
  • Lectures
    • “Seismic Wave Theory II” (FY2008-2011, 2015-2016 winter)    --> Lecture Notes
    • “Strong Motion Seismology I, II” (FY2000-2005 winter)
    • “Seismology I” (FY1997 summer, with Prof. Kennett (ANU))
    • “Seismic Ray Tracing” (FY1996, Kyoto Univ.)   --> Lecture Notes

  • Invited Intensive Lectures
    • “Special Lecture of Solid Earth Science III” (Prof. Archuleta (UCSB), 4/5〜4/9, 2010)   --> Lecture Notes
    • “Special Lecture of Solid Earth Science V” (Prof. Shearer (UCSD), 8/31〜9/16, with Dr. Oki)

Theses Supervised
  • Master Theses Supervised
    1. Taisei Seguchi, “Verification of the probalistic seismic hazard maps –Observed maximum intensities for multiple periods–”, Mar. 2018. [J]
    2. Toshiaki Kondo, “Verification of the probalistic seismic hazard maps ∼Comparison with observed intensities since the Meiji era∼”, Mar. 2017. [J]
    3. Kazuhisa Domen, “Modeling of the velocity structure in northern India based on strong motion observations”, Mar. 2015. [JE]
    4. Shun Higuchi, "Slip deficit rate distribution and its temporal changes along the Japan islands", Mar. 2014. [JE]
    5. Hiroaki Kobayashi, "Rupture processes of the 1952 and 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquakes", March 2013. [JE]
    6. Yujia Guo, "Source Process Analysis of the 1995 Kobe Earthquake Using 3-D Velocity Structures", March 2013. [JE]
    7. Sunhe Yun, “Source process analysis of the 1923 Kanto earthquake using 3-D Green's functions”, March 2012.
    8. Yasuyuki Kawazoe, “Source fault and rupture process of the 2006 Yogyakarta earthquake”, March 2012. [JE]
    9. Kenji Toda, "Ground motion simulation and amplification factors analysis for the 2007 Chuetsu-oki earthquake", March 2011. [J]
    10. Yusuke Yokota, “Ability of high-rate GPS data to infer the source process of a medium-sized earthquake”, March 2010.
    11. Takero Maruyama, “On repeating medium-sized in-slab earthquakes,” March 2010. [JE]
    12. Masaru Tsukagoshi, “Quantification of hanging-wall effects on ground motion for crustal earthquakes in Japan”, March 2010. [JE]
    13. Sho Momiyama, “Joint inversions for the source process of the 2007 Noto Hanto earthquake with improved velocity structure models”, March 2009.
    14. Yasuhisa Tanaka, “Velocity structure model for the Kozu-Matsuda fault zone and Ashigara valley”, March 2004. [JE]
    15. Taichi Ohno, “Source process analysis of the 1995 Kobe earthquake using 3-D Green's functions”, Ibaraki Univ., March 2003. [J]
    16. Akinobu Yoshii, “S-wave velocity structure tomography beneath the Japan island,” March 2002. [JE]
    17. Kenichi Tsuda, “Inversion of ground motion spectra for site response at 150 stations of a dense accelerograph array,” March 2001.
    18. Afnimar, “Improved finite-difference traveltime calculation and its application to joint inversion of refraction and gravity data,” September 1999.
    19. Shutaro Sekine, “Seismic ray tracing and tomography in three-dimensionally discontinuous Earth”, March 1997 [JE].
    20. Toshihiro Shimoyama, “Seismic wave simulation in attenuative media and its application to analysis of seismic waveforms from explosions”, March 1997 [JE].

  • Doctoral Theses Supervised
    1. Hiroaki Kobayashi, “M8 class earthquake cycle in the southernmost part of the Kuril subduction zone”, Sep. 2018.
    2. Hongqi Diao, “Study of source effects on seismic ground motion and its application to building damage analyses”, Sep. 2018.
    3. Tomoki Hikita, “Study of variations in ground motion prediction due to the aleatory uncertainty of earthquake source characteristics”, Mar. 2018. [J]
    4. Yujia Guo, “Study on 3-D velocity structure of an accretionary wedge and its effects on the seismic wavefield of offshore earthquakes”, Mar. 2017.
    5. Loïc Viens, “Long-period ground motion simulations using the ambient seismic field”, Sep. 2016.
    6. Rami Ibrahim, “Long-period ground motion prediction equations and their application to the maginitude estimation of large earthquakes considering site effects”, Sep. 2013.
    7. Yusuke Yokota, “Seismo-geodey to infer the physical process of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake”, March, 2013.
    8. Sum Mak, “Love wave excitation by an accretionary wedge”, October, 2011.
    9. Natalia Poiata, “The origin of near-fault ground motion pulses and their significance for seismic design”, March 2011.
    10. Yasuhisa Tanaka, “Integrated velocity structure modeling by inversions of multiple datasets”, March 2009.
    11. Yasushi Ikegami, “Ground motion simulation with Voxel FEM including the effects of broadband attenuation, topography, and oceans”, March 2009. [JE]
    12. Kazuhito Hikima, “Waveform inversion for 3-D velocity structures and source process analyses using its results”, March 2007. [JE]
    13. Afnimar, “Joint inversion of refraction and gravity data for 3-D basin structures”, September 2002.
    14. Sekine, S., “Tomographic inversion of ground motion amplitudes for the 3-D attenuation structure beneath the Japanese islands”, March 2002. {1}

[J(E)]: in Japanese (with English abstract)
{?}: number of citations counted by Web of Science

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