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  • Colombia paves the way to risk assessment

    Colombia paves the way to risk assessment

    regions | 30 May 2014 > Within the framework of the SARA project, GEM organized a workshop in Medellin on 12-14 March with the aim of involving risk scientists from across South America in a debate on the current status of risk assessment and to facilitate the development of models and datasets by leveraging upon GEM tools and methodologies.

  • OQ platform development sparks Geonode

    OQ platform development sparks Geonode

    announcements | 30 May 2014 > On April 15-16, GEM actively participated for the 2nd time in a Geonode Code Sprint with the aim of finding synergy in developing and improving GeoNode. GEM is leveraging GeoNode as the core open source tool for the development of the OpenQuake platform.

  • A glance at the OQ hazard component

    A glance at the OQ hazard component

    OpenQuake | 12 May 2014 > A paper recently published on the latest issue of Seismic Research Letters presents the main features of the OQ-engine hazard component.

  • GEM endorses Authorized Providers for the use of OpenQuake

    GEM endorses Authorized Providers for the use of OpenQuake

    partners | 03 Apr 2014 > GEM seeks private or public partner organizations who would like to offer services and products as a GEM/OpenQuake Authorized Provider.

  • The Global Strain Rate Model steps up to v2.1

    The Global Strain Rate Model steps up to v2.1

    announcements | 25 Mar 2014 > After processing 6705 velocities from position time-series and taking 15,710 velocities from 223 studies in the published literature (including 1143 velocities for China also especially analyzed for this project), the GEM Global Strain Rate Model project publishes today the first public release of their strain rate model.

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