SERA — H2020-INFRAIA-2016-2017/H2020-INFRAIA-2016-1

SERA is the “Seismology and Earthquake Engineering Research Infrastructure Alliance for Europe”, responding to the priorities identified in the call INFRAIA-01-2016-2017 Research Infrastructure for Earthquake Hazard.

The overall objective of SERA is to give a significant contribution to improve the access to data, services and research infrastructures, and deliver solutions based on innovative R&D in seismology and earthquake engineering, aiming at reducing the exposure of our society to the risk posed by natural and anthropogenic earthquakes.
To this end, SERA will: Involve the communities involved in previous successful projects including NERA and SERIES; Offer transnational access to the largest collection of high-class experimental facilities in earthquake engineering; Offer virtual access to the main data and products in seismology and anthropogenic seismicity; Promote multi-disciplinary science across the domains of seismology, anthropogenic seismicity, near-fault observatories and deep underground laboratories, to achieve an improved understanding of earthquake occurrence; Revise the European Seismic Hazard reference model for consideration in the ongoing revision of the Eurocode 8; Develop the first comprehensive framework for seismic risk modeling at European scale; Develop the new standards for future experimental observations in earthquake engineering and for the design of future instruments and networks for observational seismology; Develop reliable methodologies for real-time assessment of shaking and damage; Expand access to seismological observations; Network infrastructures and communities in the fields of deep seismic sounding, experimental earthquake engineering and site characterization; Provide an important contribution to the construction and validation of EPOS; Provide effective communication and outreach to all stakeholders.

31 worldwide known European institutions are involved in the SERA project. As a strategic part of the project, Transnational Access to 10 high-class European experimental facilities for earthquake engineering, integrated studies on geotechnical site effects and engineering seismology, and array seismology is provided to the most talented research teams.

 

Transnational Access Research Infrastructures:



January 11, 2018

Research Infrastructures currently available resources UPDATE

Transnational Access application to CEA Research Infrastructure is not available during the 2nd TA call.
December 6, 2017

Research Infrastructures currently available resources

The currently available Transnational Access resources have been indicated in the TA Call for Proposal section.
October 31, 2017

2nd TA call for proposals opening on January 5th 2018

The 2nd Transnational Access call for proposals within the SERA project will be open from January 5th 2018 till March 4th 2018. Information on the registration […]