In partnership with the Alaska Earthquake Center, join us September 24-26 in Anchorage for a special symposium on the 2018 M7.1 Anchorage earthquake!
We are seeking poster abstracts on the following topics:
- Tectonics, Aftershocks, and Future Hazards
- Ground Motions – Observed and Predicted
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Building Operations/Recovery
- Emergency Management & Response
- Public Health & Social Impacts
- Lifelines & Utilities
About the Symposium
The Nov. 30, 2018, M7.1 Anchorage earthquake in Southcentral Alaska was the most impactful earthquake in the U.S. in many years, presenting a major learning opportunity for the U.S. earthquake risk reduction community. At this symposium, you’ll get to connect with others in the field, hear the latest research, and access learning opportunities to stimulate new investigations and collaborations.
Drawing on local and national experts in a wide range of disciplines related to earthquake research and practice, the symposium will cover a wide range of topics, including but not limited to: seismology, geology, ground motion, structural and geotechnical engineering, lifelines, public health, emergency management and response, tsunami monitoring and modeling, school safety, and public policy.
Learn more about the symposium here, including registration information, agenda, and logistics.
PS: Early-bird pricing ends August 31, so make sure to reserve your seat now!