Keith A. Porter

Associate Research Professor

Expertise: Performance based earthquake engineering, seismic vulnerability, loss modeling
About Me Publications
Hudnut, K. W., Wein, A. M., Cox, D. A., Perry, S. C., Porter, K. A., Johnson, L. A., & Strauss, J. A. (2017, 07). The HayWired Scenario — How can the San Francisco bay region bounce back better?. Oral Presentation at 2017 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 7311
Porter, K. A., Field, E. H., & Milner, K. R. (2016, 08). Trimming the UCERF3-TD Hazard Tree with a New Probabilistic Model-Reduction Technique. Poster Presentation at 2016 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 7017
Field, E. H., Milner, K. R., & Porter, K. A. (2020). Assessing the value of removing earthquake-hazard-related epistemic uncertainties, exemplified using average annual loss in California. Earthquake Spectra, 36(4), 1912-1929. doi: 10.1177/8755293020926185. SCEC Contribution 10055
Field, E., Porter, K., & Milner, K. (2017). A Prototype Operational Earthquake Loss Model for California Based on UCERF3-ETAS – A First Look at Valuation. Earthquake Spectra, 33(4), 1279-1299. doi: 10.1193/011817EQS017M. SCEC Contribution 7279
Porter, K., Field, E., & Milner, K. (2017). Trimming a Hazard Logic Tree with a New Model-Order-Reduction Technique. Earthquake Spectra, 33(3), 857-874. doi: 10.1193/092616EQS158M. SCEC Contribution 7145
Porter, K. A., Farokhnia, K., Cho, I., Rossetto, T., Ioannou, I., Grant, D., Jaiswal, K., Wald, D. J., D'Ayala, D., Meslem, A., So, E., Kiremidjian, A. S., & Noh, H. (2012, 09). Global vulnerability estimation methods for the global earthquake model. Oral Presentation at 15th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering. SCEC Contribution 8958
Porter, K. A., Field, E. H., & Milner, K. R. (2012). Trimming the UCERF2 hazard logic tree. Seismological Research Letters, 83(5), 815-828. SCEC Contribution 2074
Porter, K. A., & Scawthorn, C. R. (2007). Open-Source Risk Estimation Software (Report ver 1.01). Pasadena, : SPA Risk LLC. SCEC Contribution 1063

Last updated Nov 25, 2020.