After Davos induced seismicity workshop at Davos, I stopped at ETH and gave a talk about Mukuhira et al., 2018 (GJI).
Speaker:Yusuke Mukuhira, Assistant Professor of Tohoku University, Institute of Fluid Science Time: 2-3:30pm,March 11th, 2019 Room: NO F47 Title: Constraining of Focal Mechanisms of Induced Seismicity Using Borehole Logging Information
I had an oral presentation at about our recent research at AGU2018.
S21A: Induced and Triggered Earthquakes: Theory, Observations, Impact I
Tuesday, 11 December 2018; 08:00 – 10:00 @08:15 – 08:30
Marriott Marquis; Independence E
S21A-02 Yusuke Mukuhira
Constraint of focal mechanisms of induced seismicity by analyzing consistency of slip vector using in-situ stress
With my collaborators from Free University Berlin and Stanford at MIT EAPS reception
I had an oral presentation about our recent research at SEGJ2018 International Symposium.
Nov. 12, Room A
Passive Seismic / Microseismic and Monitoring (11/12 13:00-14:40) Yusuke Mukuhira, Kazumasa Fuse, Makoto Naoi, Michael Fehler, Takatoshi Ito, Hirokazu Moriya, Hiroshi Asanuma, Markus Häring Introduction of in-situ stress information from borehole logging to source characterization of microseismic events
I will have short and poster presentation at International Conference on Flow Dynamics on our recent collaborative study.
Yusuke Mukuhira, Jack H. Norbeck, Justin L. Rubinstein, Meihua Yang Estimation of Fracture Permeability by Integrating Microseismic Observational data and reservoir engineering modeling
OS19: IFS Collaborative Research Forum (AFI-2018) @CON-TACHIBANA
Thursday, 9:00-10:30, November 8, 2018