Quantification of uncertainties during evaluation of the seismic hazard by deterministic and probabilistic approaches
BERSSIN has developed a probabilistic methodology to propagate the uncertainties associated with crucial parameters, based on a decision tree explored by a Monte Carlo process.
Christophe Clément, head of section
Stéphane Baize, researcher
Marc Edward Cushing, deputy head of section
Élise Delavaud, research engineer
Bérénice Froment, research engineer
Céline Gélis, research engineer
Sébastien Hok, research engineer
Hervé Jomard, research engineer
Maria Lancieri, researcher
Ludmila Provost, researcher
Oona Scotti, engineer
Thomas Chartier, PhD student (2016-2019)
Levent Isbiliroglu, post-doc student
Facilities and techniques
BERSSIN has a network of accelerometers on the Aigion site (Greece) to study site effects.
BERSSIN manages six permanent GPS stations, with continuous recording. The accelerometric and geodesic data collected by BERSSIN are made available to the community via the permanent accelerometric network and the RENAG network.