Advancing operational earthquake forecasting
What is Quantectum?
Quantectum is a Control Room dedicated to the advancement of operational earthquake forecasting. 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.
Quantectum cooperates with only high-ranking scientists, analysts, IT professionals, software and development experts, and other highly qualified experts.About team
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A strong Mw6.5 earthquake hit Hindu Kush Region in Afghanistan and leaving at least 13 people dead, while the death toll could rise much higher.
A strong Mw6.7 earthquake in southern Ecuador and northern Peru resulted in at least 16 fatalities and many people being trapped in collapsed houses.
On the 6th of February, we witnessed the magnitude 7.8 earthquake and the magnitude 7.5 earthquake in southern and central Turkey and northern and western Syria.
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On today's day in 1964, the largest recorded earthquake in U.S. history and the second largest earthquake ever recorded occurred in Alaska.
On today’s day in the year 1966, two major earthquakes struck the prefecture-level city of Xingtai, China, which were part of a sequence of major earthquakes that took place between March 8 and March 29, 1966.
Did you know that shallow earthquakes tend to be more damaging than deeper ones?
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