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  • QCN in the Classroom

    CBS news in Los Angeles interviewed teachers and students in Chaffey Union Joint High School District. Watch the story here.

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  • Update Project in BOINC

    With the move to USC, we encourage you to update the project URL to ensure proper functionality going forward. In BOINC please detach from qcn.caltech.net) or qcn.stanford.edu) and attach to project: quakecatcher.net Detailed instructions: Open BOINC Manager Remove qcn.stanford.edu/sensor (or qcn.stanford.edu/sensor) Go to ‘View’ –> ‘Advanced …

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  • QCN Moving to USC on June 13th 2016!

    After almost eight years at Stanford, and a year at CalTech, the QCN project is moving to the University of Southern California Dept. of Earth Sciences. QCN will be sponsored by the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) and the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC). …

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  • In Nepal? Download QCN on Your Smartphone or Tablet

    here.

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  • QCN App for BOINC on Android Available

    QCN now runs on Android ARM-processor devices (phones, tablets, etc) via BOINC for Android, which is available on the Google Play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=edu.berkeley.boinc It is recommended to run using the default settings – ie QCN will run on your Android device when it’s charging (“at …

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  • QCN 2013 Meeting

    QCN researchers met at Fall AGU meeting in San Francisco on December 11, 2013. The event included the speakers who actively involve to the QCN project. The agenda and presentation files can be downloaded from the following links (click the links to download): https://www.dropbox.com/s/d55rimdgjlvsupi/QCN_MEETING_2013.zip and …

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  • QCN Explorer

    Want to make your own simulations of earthquakes and see what happens with a network of QCN sensors? Check out the QCN Explorer! QCN Explorer allows users to simulate how the QCN responds to an earthquake with various numbers and distributions of QCN sensors.

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  • QCN Source Code Available on github

    We are opening up the source code for QCN for those of you who want to experiment (for example) with QCNLive and the sensors. The code is under the “LGPL” license (as are dependencies such as BOINC, Qt, etc) There are project workspace for Windows …

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