1st Workshop on Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Liquefaction Evaluation, Mapping, Simulation and Mitigation edit delete
|Description:||Organized by the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) San Diego Chapter
Presenters, distinguished leaders of the geotechnical earthquake engineering community, will discuss current procedures to evaluate liquefaction occurrence and consequences, map liquefaction hazards, mitigate liquefaction consequences, and numerically model the phenomenon. Target audience includes geotechnical engineers, engineering geologists, researchers, agencies officials and students. Two panel discussions will promote exchange of ideas and clarification.
This workshop intends to be the first of a series on annual workshops on the topic of geotechnical earthquake engineering and will be announced nationwide and internationally.
Dr. Gonzalo Castro (GEI Consultants, Inc.)
Prof. Ahmed Elgamal (UC San Diego)
Prof. Kevin Franke (Brigham Young University)
Prof. I.M. Idriss (Prof. Emeritus, UC Davis)
Prof. Geoffrey Martin (University of Southern California)
Dr. Mitsuo Nozu (Fudo Construction)
Dr. Peter Robertson (Prof. Emeritus, University of Alberta)
Prof. Jonathan Stewart (UC Los Angeles)
Chair of Organizing Committee:
Dr. Jorge Meneses (President, EERI San Diego Chapter; GEI Consultants, Inc.)
University of California San Diego Campus
Center Hall, Room 115
9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, CA 92093
For driving directions and parking information, visit: http://ucsd.edu/explore/maps/index.html
For registration, agenda, and abstracts, see the workshop program (PDF) at https://www.eeri.org/wp-content/uploads/1st_-workshop_on_gee_-program.pdf.
|When:||Friday 12 September, 2014 8:30 am PDT - Friday 12 September, 2014 5:00 pm PDT|
|Where:||University of California San Diego Campus|