Hosted by the UNESCO Chair in Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Engineering (DRR&RE), the University of Alicante (UA), as a part of the GEODRR project online trainings, provided a two days webinar about the SELENA tool and its application via hands-on exercise focused on Philippines. SELENA (Seismic Loss Estimation using a Logic Tree Approach) is a software tool for seismic risk and loss assessment using the engineering-based approach. SELENA works independently of any Geographic Information System and the epistemic uncertainties related to the input parameters are represented using a logic tree-computation scheme. Computation results are provided for each branch of the logic tree as well as statistical median values with corresponding confidence levels.
SELENA is open for any user-defined input data and can therefore be applied to any built environment of the world. The user has to supply a number of input files in a simple pre-defined ASCII format and all output files are also provided in plain ASCII format.
Any participant is able to download the materials of the webinar through this link (https://unialicante-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/sergio_molina_mscloud_ua_es/EnSHfrlYMPlEiM5dnL_HV4ABkLjH1Ru81JivVPNNE8b9Xw?e=sqRCa9)
and the online lectures can be found at: