We organize many interesting events throughout the year.
Professor Raymond Seed will present and discuss advances in seismic deformation analyses over the past 50 years. The presentation will highlight the legacy
Professor Raymond Seed will present and discuss advances in seismic deformation analyses over the past 50 years. The presentation will highlight the legacy of the 1971 San Fernando Earthquake and the damages to the Upper and Lower San Fernando Dams.
See the event flyer for Professor Seed’s abstract and the webinar link: EERI-Sacramento December Meeting – The Upper and Lower San Fernando Dams: 50 Years of Advances in Seismic Analysis of Dams Potentially Susceptible to Seismic Soil Liquefaction
In addition to the online presentation, a final draft 50th anniversary paper with more details on the history and recent developments regarding the Upper and Lower San Fernando Dam case histories is available here. The paper includes a framework for performing “complete” analyses of dams potentially susceptible to seismic soil liquefaction.
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
The Geo-Institute Technical Committees will be streaming the 6th Annual Live Streaming Web Conference on December 6-10. Case histories will be presented by top
The Geo-Institute Technical Committees will be streaming the 6th Annual Live Streaming Web Conference on December 6-10.
Case histories will be presented by top geotechnical professionals during events each day of the conference. Each event will be 2 hours and will include opportunities to interact with presenters. Registrants can earn 1.5 PDHs for each event viewed. These events are for individual registration only. Non-early bird registration after November 19th is $70 per event for ASCE members and $95 per event for non-ASCE members.
For more information and to register for events, visit 6th Annual Web Conference | Geo-Institute.
The G-I technical committee events will include the following abstracts:
Lunch and Learn Presentations
Lunch-and-Learns are free, but a limited number of spaces are available. Attendees need to be registered in the web conference in order to participate in the presentations.
If your company is interested in sponsoring an event, reach out to the Geo-Institute. Opportunities begin at just $1000.
All Day (Monday)