Registration Open: EERI 68th Annual Meeting, April 5–8, 2016

The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute will hold its 68th Annual Meeting, April 5–8, 2016, in San Francisco, California.

Registration and full program details are now available on the 2016 Annual Meeting website. With a theme of “Beyond the Epicenter: Expanding Our Risk Perspective,” the meeting program will delve into unanticipated effects, blind spots, and new insights in earthquake engineering.

Sessions planned include:

  • Community Resilience: What Are the Objectives and Outcomes?
  • Using Legal Action to Improve Earthquake Safety
  • Earthquakes & Social Justice: Protecting Vulnerable Populations in the U.S.
  • Moving from ideas to action: public policy for earthquake resilience

Tours will include a Napa Earthquake and Winery field trip, a Geotechnical/Geologic Overview of San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill and Waterfront, a walk focused on downtown San Francisco in earthquake, fire, and recovery, and a boat tour of the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges.

For full program, logistics, and registration details, visit the 2016 Annual Meeting website.

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