KAME, Nobuki

Associate Professor
Earthquake Research Institute

Office: ERI, 2nd Bldg、4F.-2-403
TEL: +81-3-5841-5694
FAX: +81-3-5802-3391

Research Field

Earthquake Source Physics

Current Research

Earthquake source physics; Rupture propagation in heterogeneous media; finite element methodology; Theoretical modeling of slip-weakening and time-healing friction law; Slip-rupture propagation with dynamically self-chosen faulting path; elastodynamic boundary integral equation methodology; fault interaction with potential bend paths.

Representative Publications

1. M. Ohtani, N. Kame, M. Nakatani (2019) Nucleation of characteristic earthquakes in simulated cycles involving deep huge slow slip events, JGR, doi:10.1029/2018JB016156
2. M. Kimura, N. Kame, et al. (2019) Earthquake-induced prompt gravity signals identified in dense array data in Japan, EPS, DOI: 10.1186/s40623-019-1006-x.
3. T. Kusakabe, N. Kame (2017) Derivation of 2-D XBIEM kernels and their application to a rupture crossing a bimaterial interface, GJI, doi: 10.1093/gji/ggx240