Events Archive

Event Event Date
Recent Advances in Site Response Analysis 31/10/2012 6:00 pm
Putting a Proper Bounce on Wind Dynamic Responses – Are we missing something? 07/11/2012 12:00 am
Blast 07/11/2012 12:00 am
Seismic Assessment and Retrofitting of Old RC Buildings 16/11/2012 1:00 pm
Vibration Issues in the Aero-Engine Domain 28/11/2012 6:00 pm
Advanced Technologies for Mitigation of Human-induced Structural Vibrations 30/01/2013 6:00 pm
Earthquake Engineering - Seismic Analysis and Design in the UK 06/02/2013 6:00 pm
Induced Seismicity 13/02/2013 12:00 am
Rocking of Structures During Earthquakes: From Historic Buildings to Modern Design 27/02/2013 6:00 pm
EEFIT Return Mission to the L'Aquila Earthquake of 2009 25/03/2013 5:30 pm
A Review of Suggested Updates for Eurocode 8 24/04/2013 6:00 pm
Geotechnical Aspects of the Christchurch Earthquakes 2010 and 2011 16/05/2013 6:00 pm
The Fourteenth Mallet-Milne Lecture: A History of British Seismology 29/05/2013 6:00 pm
Young Engineers Conference 04/07/2013 12:00 am
Investigating Japan's Recovery after the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami 19/09/2013 5:45 pm
Buncefield: A Survey of the Extent and Significance of Blast Damage 25/09/2013 6:00 pm
Time-scales of Performance-based Earthquake Engineering 30/10/2013 6:00 pm
Heavy Machinery Foundation Design Subject to Vibration 05/11/2013 5:30 pm
Introduction to Dynamic Foundation Behaviour and Design 12/11/2013 5:30 pm
Scruton Lecture 2013 - Changing Dynamic of Bridge Aerodynamics 25/11/2013 6:00 pm

Recordings of past events

Most of our evening meetings are recorded, including the biennial Mallet-Milne Lecture. The recordings are managed by the ICE and are made available for a year after the event. Go to ICE's Event Archive to find recordings of recent SECED events. SECED members (and ICE members) get exclusive early access to recorded lectures for a period of three months after the event. After this period, recordings are made available to all users.


The events archive is not actively maintained. This means that the information provided for each past event may no longer be correct. For example, people may no longer work for the companies to which they were previously affiliated, and hyperlinks may be broken. SECED assumes no responsiblity for the accuracy of any information contained in the events archive. 

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