Events Archive

Event Event Date
Role Of Nonlinear Analysis And Damage Mechanics In The Seismic Design Of Steel Structures 07/05/2015 6:00 pm
Performance Based Earthquake Engineering Enabled by Advances in Structural Simulation 19/05/2015 9:00 am
Earthquake Safety in India: Achievements, Challenges and Opportunities 26/05/2015 6:00 pm
Géotechnique Symposium in Print 2015: Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering 15/06/2015 8:00 am
Seismic Analysis and Design of Structures 15/06/2015 1:00 pm
Seismic design of structures to Eurocode 8 17/09/2015 12:00 am
Search and Rescue Assistance in Disasters (SARAID) 30/09/2015 6:00 pm
The Mw 7.8 Gorkha (Nepal) Earthquake of 25th April 2015 26/10/2015 6:00 pm
FAST Method - A Simple Solution for Seismic Vulnerability of RC Infilled Buildings 28/10/2015 6:00 pm
Design of Earthquake Resistant Structures 14/01/2016 12:00 am
Uncertainty Modelling and Visualisation for Tsunami Hazard and Risk Mapping 27/01/2016 6:00 pm
Design of Buried Pipelines against Permanent Ground Displacements 24/02/2016 6:00 pm
Application of Base-Isolation to Nuclear Facilities 30/03/2016 6:00 pm
Annual General Meeting 2016 27/04/2016 5:00 pm
Development of Realistic CFRP Retrofit Schemes for Existing Reinforced Concrete Structures 27/04/2016 6:00 pm
Recent and Future Developments in Earthquake Ground Motion Estimation 25/05/2016 6:00 pm
The 14th and 16th April 2016 Kumamoto (Japan) Earthquakes 07/07/2016 6:00 pm
Seismic Design of Structures to Eurocode 8 14/09/2016 12:00 am
Siloquakes – Problematic Ground Borne Vibration 28/09/2016 6:00 pm
The Global Earthquake Model: Assessing the Impact of Earthquakes 24/10/2016 6:00 pm

Recordings of past events

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