Events Archive

Event Event Date
SECED Young Members AGM 30/10/2019 6:00 pm
What does true resilience mean for developing countries? 30/10/2019 6:00 pm
Reimagining earthquake history: lessons for risk assessment 27/11/2019 6:00 pm
Soil-structure interaction and optimum seismic design of onshore and offshore energy projects 29/01/2020 6:00 pm
New challenges on the assessment of historical structures 11/02/2020 6:00 pm
Can non-linear seismic analysis be cost effective for assessment of a nuclear facility? 26/02/2020 6:00 pm
Control of Human-Induced Vibrations: An Integrated Approach to Vibration Serviceability Design 11/03/2020 6:30 pm
Taking advantage of soil plastic mechanisms in the seismic design of geotechnical systems 29/04/2020 6:30 pm
Strengthening of Masonry Vaults with Steel Reinforced Grout 14/05/2020 12:30 pm
Functional recovery: what it means to design for community resilience 27/05/2020 6:00 pm
Design solutions for the blast protection of structures: Industry experiences from Young Professionals 30/06/2020 1:00 pm
Advancements in the Seismic Risk Assessment of Reinforced Concrete Buildings 06/08/2020 1:00 pm
Advances in Design and Assessment of Buildings Subjected to Tsunami 17/09/2020 1:00 pm
The UK's earthquake detection network 30/09/2020 6:00 pm
SECED Young Members AGM 2020 28/10/2020 6:00 pm
Seismic response and self-centering capacity of moment resisting frames with “FREE from DAMage” joints 28/10/2020 6:15 pm

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