Events Archive

Event Event Date
The 2013 European Seismic Hazard Model: A New Standard and Its Perspectives 26/03/2014 6:00 pm
Nicholas Ambraseys Memorial Symposium 19/03/2014 1:00 pm
Large-Scale Physical and Computational Simulation of Soil-Structure Systems 26/02/2014 12:00 am
Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering 20/02/2014 12:00 am
Earthquakes: from Mechanics to Mitigation 13/02/2014 12:00 am
Forensic Seismology 29/01/2014 6:00 pm
Barriers to Earthquake Preparedness: A Risk Representation Approach 27/11/2013 6:00 pm
Scruton Lecture 2013 - Changing Dynamic of Bridge Aerodynamics 25/11/2013 6:00 pm
Introduction to Dynamic Foundation Behaviour and Design 12/11/2013 5:30 pm
Heavy Machinery Foundation Design Subject to Vibration 05/11/2013 5:30 pm
Time-scales of Performance-based Earthquake Engineering 30/10/2013 6:00 pm
Buncefield: A Survey of the Extent and Significance of Blast Damage 25/09/2013 6:00 pm
Investigating Japan's Recovery after the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami 19/09/2013 5:45 pm
Young Engineers Conference 04/07/2013 12:00 am
The Fourteenth Mallet-Milne Lecture: A History of British Seismology 29/05/2013 6:00 pm
Geotechnical Aspects of the Christchurch Earthquakes 2010 and 2011 16/05/2013 6:00 pm
A Review of Suggested Updates for Eurocode 8 24/04/2013 6:00 pm
EEFIT Return Mission to the L'Aquila Earthquake of 2009 25/03/2013 5:30 pm
Rocking of Structures During Earthquakes: From Historic Buildings to Modern Design 27/02/2013 6:00 pm
Induced Seismicity 13/02/2013 12:00 am

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