Events Archive

Event Event Date
Barriers to Earthquake Preparedness: A Risk Representation Approach 27/11/2013 6:00 pm
Forensic Seismology 29/01/2014 6:00 pm
Earthquakes: from Mechanics to Mitigation 13/02/2014 12:00 am
Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering 20/02/2014 12:00 am
Large-Scale Physical and Computational Simulation of Soil-Structure Systems 26/02/2014 12:00 am
Nicholas Ambraseys Memorial Symposium 19/03/2014 1:00 pm
The 2013 European Seismic Hazard Model: A New Standard and Its Perspectives 26/03/2014 6:00 pm
Geotechnical Implications of the 2010-2011 Canterbury (New Zealand) Earthquake Sequence 09/04/2014 6:00 pm
The REDi™ Rating System: A Framework for Resilience-based Earthquake Design 30/04/2014 6:00 pm
Behaviour and Design of Fastenings 28/05/2014 6:00 pm
Current Trends in the Seismic Design and Analysis of Bridges 24/09/2014 6:00 pm
Investigating the Effects of Critical Velocity on the Behaviour of Railway Track at High-Speed 29/10/2014 6:00 pm
Blast 04/11/2014 8:00 am
The Global Earthquake Model - Physical Vulnerability 17/11/2014 12:00 am
Rocking Isolation for New and Existing Retrofitted Structures 26/11/2014 6:00 pm
Are simulated ground motions an option for earthquake risk engineering? 28/01/2015 6:00 pm
Seismic Restraint and Bracing for Non-structural Building Components 25/02/2015 6:00 pm
The Dynamics of Rocking Isolation 18/03/2015 6:00 pm
Recent Applications of Post-Tensioning Techniques to Multi-Storey Timber Buildings 25/03/2015 6:00 pm
GEM Empirical Vulnerability Assessment Guidelines and Considerations for Field Data Collection 29/04/2015 6:00 pm

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