This is a short talk where concepts emerging from statistical physics, mainly from

nonextensive statistical mechanics are applied to problems concerning the

distribution of energy in earthquakes and the interaction of ionizing radiation

with living tissues. In the case of earthquakes, an expression for the

distribution of seismic energy is obtained whereas the application to

radiobiology gives interesting results concerning the survival probability of

irradiated tissues.

## Authors

## Invited Talk e-session

## Keywords

Tags: cancer, entropy, extensivity, radiobiology, seismology

Photos by : Ivan