Events Archive

Event Event Date
VSimulators: Cutting-edge facilities for research into structural vibration serviceability 24/11/2021 6:00 pm
Shallow-founded structures on liquefiable layers: Experimental & numerical insights 27/10/2021 6:30 pm
SECED Young Members AGM 2021 27/10/2021 6:00 pm
Seismic Design of Timber Buildings: The New Eurocode 8 and Cross-Laminated Timber 21/09/2021 6:00 pm
Ground-Borne Vibration in Buildings: Industry and Academia Perspectives 29/07/2021 1:00 pm
Professional Accreditation in the Field of Engineering Dynamics 24/06/2021 1:00 pm
National seismic hazard maps for the UK: 2020 update 26/05/2021 6:00 pm
Offshore Wind: Challenges and Opportunities 18/05/2021 6:00 pm
The significance of liquefaction in earthquake disasters 28/04/2021 6:30 pm
Annual General Meeting 2021 28/04/2021 5:15 pm
Seismological, structural and geotechnical aspects of the 2020 Samos (Aegean Sea) earthquake 31/03/2021 6:00 pm
Seismic Risk Assessment: What Are We Missing? 10/03/2021 1:00 pm
Liquefaction response of monopile-supported offshore wind structures 24/02/2021 6:00 pm
Remote earthquake reconnaissance missions feasibility study: Zagreb earthquake of March 2020 27/01/2021 6:00 pm
Don’t look up, look down! Kathmandu, UNESCO, Archaeology and learning from the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake 25/11/2020 6:00 pm
Damage Assessments: SARAID Case Studies including Albania & Beirut 04/11/2020 6:00 pm
Seismic response and self-centering capacity of moment resisting frames with “FREE from DAMage” joints 28/10/2020 6:15 pm
SECED Young Members AGM 2020 28/10/2020 6:00 pm
The UK's earthquake detection network 30/09/2020 6:00 pm
Advances in Design and Assessment of Buildings Subjected to Tsunami 17/09/2020 1:00 pm

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