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Title: Towards a uniform earthquake risk model for Europe
Authors: Romão, X.
Correia, A.A.
Crowley, H.
Rodrigues, D.
Silva, V.
Despotaki, V.
Castro, J.M.
Akkar, S.
Hancilar, U.
Pitilakis, K.
Pitilakis, D.
Belvaux, M.
Wiemer, S.
Danciu, L.
Bursi, O.S.
Wenzel, M.
Keywords: Seismic risk;Exposure model;Fragility model;Socio-economic vulnerability;European risk
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: EAEE/ETAM
Abstract: Seismic risk has been the focus of a number of European projects in recent years, but there has never been a concerted effort amongst the research community to produce a uniform European risk model. The H2020 SERA project has a work package that is dedicated to that objective, with the aim being to produce an exposure model, a set of fragility/vulnerability functions, and socio-economic indicators in order to assess probabilistic seismic risk at a European scale. The partners of the project are working together with the wider seismic risk community through web tools, questionnaires, workshops, and meetings. All of the products of the project will be openly shared with the community on both the OpenQuake platform of the Global Earthquake Model (GEM) and the web platform of the European Facilities for Earthquake Hazard and Risk (EFEHR).
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