Research & Technologies

Quantectum technologies are based on the most advanced mathematical models of earthquake triggering, developed up to the operational level.

For Users

Quantectum provides you with necessary information on possible future seismic activity so you can invest wisely and prevent any major losses.

About

Quantectum is one of the largest private seismological centers in the world, employing the best scientists, analysts, IT professionals, seismologists, physicists, graphic designers, and other staff.

News

Quantectum releases monthly forecasts, weekly analyses and forecasts, and important news for all seismically active regions worldwide.

Advancing operational earthquake forecasting

What is Quantectum?

Quantectum is an Operational Center dedicated to the advancement of operational earthquake forecasting, that offers a detailed earthquake forecast that will empower you to better assess and manage earthquake risks, create better mitigation plans, and ensure business continuity. The company was founded in 2019 and uses the most advanced physical and mathematical models for the explanation of faulting processes in the Earth’s crust.

 

It adopts the same standards for the production and evaluation of forecasts as in meteorology. Based on this, the earthquake forecasts are delivered to partners, commercial customers, and the broader community. Earthquake forecast standards are based on the most advanced mathematical models of earthquake triggering, an ensemble approach, and statistical testing of all results. Such an approach allows for complete automatization of the modeling processes developed up to the operational level. Quantectum cooperates with only high-ranking scientists, analysts, IT professionals, and other highly qualified experts.

About team

We forecast, you react!

Streams of work

Global forecasts

Quantectum develops and produces ensemble-based earthquake forecasts based on the tectonic shear stress field, the shear traction field, time-synchronization of earthquake sequences, and atmospheric precursory anomalies. The ensemble models describe the range of possible scenarios and the likelihood of earthquake occurrences.

Quantectum science

Quantectum carries out research on all aspects of global earthquake forecasting. The main theoretical approaches are based on the Omega-Theory and the Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Coupling (LAIC) theory. The forecasts are statistically tested using standards defined by Collaboratory for the Study of Earthquake Predictability (CSEP), and Quantectum’s own extended standards.

Services

Quantectum’s wholesome forecasting system has created an opportunity to analyze all aspects of tectonic and seismic processes. These datasets can be used for risk assessment and hazard mitigation up to several months ahead. Quantectum produces low-definition, high-definition, and ultra-high-definition forecasts in all seismically active regions worldwide.

News and earthquake scenarios

Quantectum releases monthly forecasts, weekly analyses and forecasts, earthquake reports on all major earthquakes, and daily timelines with notifications, alerts, warnings, and alarms for all seismically active regions worldwide. Some of the forecasts are available freely, while detailed information packages are only available to customers.

News & Events

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02.08.2022

According to the USGS earthquake report, we witnessed 1,275 earthquakes with a magnitude of 4.0 and above in July 2022.

12.07.2022

Quantectum’s CEO presented Quantectum's Earthquake Forecasting System in Madrid.

01.07.2022

USGS earthquake report states that in June occurred 1,217 earthquakes with a magnitude above 4.0.

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12.08.2022

India loses US$ 9.8 billion every year due to multi-hazard disasters, as 58.6% of its land is prone to earthquakes.

12.08.2022

We collected five very interesting and unique facts about earthquakes that you are welcome to check out.

29.07.2022

Europe isn’t well known for intense seismic activity, but large earthquakes do occur there. Check out our blog to see where.