Events Archive

Event Event Date
Design of Integral Bridges to Earthquake Loads: Challenges and Opportunities 28/03/2018 6:00 pm
Annual General Meeting 2018 25/04/2018 6:00 pm
Integrating Atomic Observations into Evolutionary Models: a Paradigm Change for (Multi-risk) Exposure and Vulnerability Modelling and Post-event Reconnaissance 25/04/2018 6:30 pm
Seismic Hazard Assessment for Nuclear Facilities 23/05/2018 6:00 pm
Vertical Component of Ground Motion – Is It Important? 30/05/2018 6:00 pm
Seismic Classification of Buildings and Tax Breaks: the 2017 Italian Guidelines 26/09/2018 6:00 pm
Safer, More Resilient Communities through Safe and Resilient Schools 23/10/2018 6:00 pm
Is Dynamics Just Earthquake Engineering? 31/10/2018 6:00 pm
The “Earthquake-Proof” Building: Development of an Integrated Low-Damage System 28/11/2018 6:00 pm
Seismic Hazard and Design - The Revised ONR Guidelines 30/01/2019 6:00 pm
Shock Response of Civil Structures Caused by Short-Circuit Events 27/02/2019 6:00 pm
An Overview of New Developments in Seismic Hazard Assessment for Wylfa Newydd 15/03/2019 2:00 pm
Standardised Steel Connections for Seismic Resistant Steel Structures 27/03/2019 11:30 am
Seismic Retrofitting of Historic Earthen Structures in Peru 27/03/2019 6:00 pm
Geotechnical Lab Tour to the Schofield Centre (University of Cambridge) 11/04/2019 2:30 pm
Annual General Meeting 2019 02/05/2019 6:15 pm
Recovering the Lost ‘Moment’: How Timber-laced Masonry May Hold the Secret to Stopping Pancake Collapse of Concrete Moment Frames 02/05/2019 6:30 pm
Double Lecture - Tsunami Loading & Centrifuge Testing 29/05/2019 6:00 pm
SECED 2019 Conference 09/09/2019 8:30 am
Seismicity induced by hydraulic fracturing operations at Preston New Road, Lancashire, 2018 25/09/2019 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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