Webinars

Webinars

EERI’s professional development webinars covers a broad range of topics for the community of earthquake risk reduction professionals. You will hear about the latest impacts and lessons from recent earthquakes, learn about emerging research from Earthquake Spectra, and hear from leading experts on complex technical topics. Recordings from previous webinars can be found in the Digital Library and on EERI's YouTube Channel.

Third Kenji Ishihara Colloquium Series on Earthquake Engineering: Part 3 - Soil-Structure Interaction

Friday, 28 May 2021 | Part 3 - Soil-Structure Interaction

The Third Kenji Ishihara Colloquium Series on Earthquake Engineering included a series of three webinars on the topics of Base Isolation, Damping Systems and Soil-Structure Interaction. Three distinguished panelists will be invited to each webinar for a 20-minute presentation each and will be followed by a discussion with questions and answers under the lead of a moderator. This series of webinars targeted structural and geotechnical engineers, architects, students, researchers and building officials. The Kenji Ishihara Colloquium Series on Earthquake Engineering is hosted by the EERI San Diego Regional Chapter. Part 3 speakers included Bret Lizundia, Rutherford+Chekene; Sissy Nikolaou, NIST; and Jonathan Stewart, UCLA.

Third Kenji Ishihara Colloquium Series on Earthquake Engineering: Part 2 - Damping Systems

Friday, 21 May 2021 | Part 2 - Damping Systems

The Third Kenji Ishihara Colloquium Series on Earthquake Engineering include a series of three webinars on the topics of Base Isolation, Damping Systems and Soil-Structure Interaction. Three distinguished panelists will be invited to each webinar for a 20-minute presentation each and will be followed by a discussion with questions and answers under the lead of a moderator. This series of webinars targeted structural and geotechnical engineers, architects, students, researchers and building officials. The Kenji Ishihara Colloquium Series on Earthquake Engineering is hosted by the EERI San Diego Regional Chapter. Part 2 speakers included Ian Aiken, SIE, Inc.; Aaron Malatesta, Taylor Devices; and Jay Love, Degenkolb.

Third Kenji Ishihara Colloquium Series on Earthquake Engineering: Part 1 - Base Isolation

Friday, 14 May 2021 | Part 1 - Base Isolation

The Third Kenji Ishihara Colloquium Series on Earthquake Engineering includes a series of three webinars on the topics of Base Isolation, Damping Systems and Soil-Structure Interaction. Three distinguished panelists will be invited to each webinar for a 20-minute presentation each and will be followed by a discussion with questions and answers under the lead of a moderator. This series of webinars targeted structural and geotechnical engineers, architects, students, researchers and building officials. The Kenji Ishihara Colloquium Series on Earthquake Engineering is hosted by the EERI San Diego Regional Chapter. Part 1 speakers included Reid Zimmerman, KPFF; Henry Tatham, Beca; and Michael Constantinou, University at Buffalo.

Advocating for Earthquake Safety in Alaska

Friday, 23 April 2021

This webinar, hosted by the Alaska EERI regional chapter, covered the history of seismicity and resilience planning for the state, reviewed tools and guidance that the EERI Public Policy and Advocacy Committee has recently developed for Citizen and Regional Chapter Advocacy, and discussed actions the membership can take today for a seismically safer Alaska. Speakers included Jessica Feenstra, President of the Alaska EERI chapter; Zahraa Saiyed, Co-Chair of the EERI Public Policy and Advocacy Committee; Sterling Strait, Chair of the Alaska Seismic Hazards Safety Commission; and Mike West, Alaska State Seismologist.

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