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David A Friedman-PulseWelcome to The Pulse of Earthquake Engineering, the bi-weekly email newsletter of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute.
— David A. Friedman, EERI President


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News of the Institute

EERI Election Results: 2018 President-Elect and Directors More >

11NCEE Registration Will Open in December! More >

Learning from Earthquakes

LFE Response to M 7.3 Earthquake 30km S of Halabjah, Iraq More >


Workshop on the Central Italy Seismic Sequence, 11 December 2017, Camerino, Italy More >

BSSC Training Courses Now Available On-Demand More >

Call For Participation: Understanding Post-Disaster Building Damage Information Needs More >

EERI Resources from the Vault

One Year Ago: Kaikoura, New Zealand Earthquake of November 13, 2016 More >

Professional Opportunities

Executive Search for President and Chief Executive Officer of GeoHazards International More >

Job Posting: Assistant/Associate Professor in Resilient Infrastructure, Ohio State University More >

Job Posting: Director, William A. Anderson Fund (Associate or Full Professor) More >

Notice of RFQ: As-Needed Consultant Services for Structural Design and Geotechnical Review, City and County of San Francisco Department of Building Inspection More >


Earthquake Spectra: Preprint Manuscripts More >

News of the Profession

Links to Recent News and Views More >


Thank You EERI Donors! More >

Welcome New Members

Welcome New Members More >

Welcome New EERI Student Members!

New EERI Student Members as of October 20, 2017 More >


1st International Conference on Infrastructure Resilience
February 14-16, 2018


10th Gulf Seismic Forum for Seismology and Earthquake
Engineering Studies in the Arabian Plate Region
March 19-22, 2018
Muscat, Oman

PEER - MTS Hybrid Simulation Workshop
March 20-21, 2018
PEER Richmond Field Station, Richmond, CA

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics Conference V
June 10–15, 2018
Austin, TX


16th European Conference on Earthquake Engineering
June 18–21, 2018
Thessaloniki, Greece


11th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering
June 25–29, 2018
Los Angeles, CA

Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) 43rd Annual Conference
October 24–27, 2018
Anaheim, California

Sixth International Symposium on Life-Cycle Civil Engineering (IALCCE2018)
October 28–31, 2018
Ghent, Belgium

GeoMEast 2018 International
November 24–28, 2018
Cairo, Egypt

16th Symposium on Earthquake Engineering (16SEE)
December 20-22, 2018
Roorkee, India

EERI 71st Annual Meeting

March 5–8, 2019
Vancouver, B.C., Canada

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News of the Institute

EERI Election Results: 2018 President-Elect and Directors

2018 Board Election ResultsMany thanks to all EERI members who took the time to consider and choose from the exceptional candidates for the 2018 EERI Board of Directors. EERI would now like to announce the election results for President-Elect and Directors.

Laurie A. Johnson, PhD AICP, Principal and Founder, Laurie Johnson Consulting/Research, San Francisco, CA (M. EERI, 1990), received the endorsement of voters to be EERI’s President-Elect.

EERI also welcomes two new EERI Directors: Tara C. Hutchinson, Professor of Structural Engineering, University of California, San Diego (M. EERI, 1995) and Judith Mitrani-Reiser, Director of Disaster and Failure Studies at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST); Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD (M. EERI, 2001). Hutchinson and Mitrani-Reiser will assume their new posts at the first Board of Directors meeting in 2018.

Lucy Arendt
EERI is also delighted to announce that Lucy Arendt (M. EERI, 2008) will serve as EERI's Secretary/Treasurer for 2018. Per the Institute Bylaws, the Secretary/Treasurer shall be elected annually by the Board of Directors.  During their September Board Meeting, the Board elected Lucy Arendt to serve in this role.

The Institute extends appreciation to outgoing board members, Past-President Mary Comerio (M. EERI, 1988), Vice President David Cocke (M. EERI, 1992), and Secretary/Treasurer Janiele Maffei (M. EERI, 1992) for their service and dedication to EERI. The EERI leadership and staff appreciate the insight and diligence that they brought to the Board during their tenure.

EERI would also like to thank the Election Tellers: Michael Germeraad (M.EERI,2011), Laurie Baise (M.EERI,2002), and Brett Maurer (M.EERI,2014). Per the bylaws: "The President shall appoint three (3) tellers from the Membership-at-large who shall with the Executive Director to certify the electronic election results, and shall report their findings to the Secretary/Treasurer no later than November 10 of each year."

11NCEE Registration Will Open in December!

11ncee bannerMark your calendars. Registration for the 11NCEE will open in December 2017.

The Eleventh National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (11NCEE)
June 25-29, 2018
Los Angeles, California

Wilshire Grand Tower by Leonard JosephHighlights:

  • 11NCEE Is a milestone event in earthquake engineering that happens only once every four years
  • 1,200+ professionals attending
  • 1,500 abstracts submitted
  • 900 papers presented
  • 500 posters on display
  • 400 students competing in the 2018 Seismic Design Competition
  • 35 Special Sessions
  • EERI's 70th Annual Meeting
  • 5 tours including an all-day tour of the San Andreas Fault, LA Conservancy guided walking tour, LA Department of Water & Power, Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, and the Wilshire Grand Center, which opened June 2017, and is the tallest building west of the Mississippi River.
  • Dynamic keynote speakers include Dr. Lucy Jones, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Ashraf Habibullah, Norm Abrahamson, Tom Birkland, Ellen M. Rathje, and many more to be announced.
  • The foremost experts in earthquake engineering, geology and seismology will be here to present and participate on panels.
  • A broad range of disciplines will be represented including architecture, civil and structural engineering, seismology, geology, geophysics, geotechnical engineering, business, public policy, social sciences, regional planning, and emergency response management.

Photo: Wilshire Grand Center by Leonard Joseph, photo courtesy of Brandow & Johnston, Inc.

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Renew your EERI membership NOW for 2018 and save $200 on your conference registration! 

EERI members can renew today by logging in to your membership record using your email address as your user name, and EERI ID as your password, or simply refer to the email sent October 30, 2017 for a direct link to your personalized renewal form. If you have questions, please e-mail eeri@eeri.org.

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Learning from Earthquakes

LFE Response to M 7.3 Earthquake 30km S of Halabjah, Iraq

A magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck Iran near the border with Iraq on November 12, 2017 at 9:18 pm local time, 1:18 pm Eastern Standard Time. The EERI community extends its sympathy to the victims as rescue and relief work continues.

EERI is currently monitoring the situation as part of its Learning from Earthquakes Program and is considering an EERI response. At this time, EERI members can help to inform activities by contributing in the following ways:

Share Field Observations and Damage Reports
EERI asks members to share field observations and links to local media coverage. If you have information to share, please send it to Maggie Ortiz-Millan at maggie@eeri.org.

Connect EERI with Additional Colleagues in Iran/Iraq
If you have colleagues in the affected area who are investigating this event or who may have initial insights, please help the LFE Committee connect with them by reaching out to Maggie Ortiz-Millan at maggie@eeri.org.

More information about EERI’s plans will be posted soon, so please check back frequently.

Visit the USGS event page for more information. For estimates of casualties and damage, visit the USGS Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) website.

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Workshop on the Central Italy Seismic Sequence, 11 December 2017, Camerino, Italy

Italy WorkshopThis workshop will cover the major scientific and policy implications of the 2016 earthquake sequence through focused presentations and panel discussions by national and international experts involved with investigations of the earthquake effects and response to the disaster. The topics covered will including faulting, ground motions, landslides and site response, building damage patterns, retrofit effectiveness, and emergency response and recovery. The workshop is being sponsored by a broad range of Italian agencies including ReLUIS, INGV, and EuCentre as well as GEER and EERI. More information on the event, including a site to register (for free) is here: https://sesicblog.wordpress.com/

BSSC Training Courses Now Available On-Demand

CaptureThe popular series of 2017 webinars presented by the National Institute of Building Sciences Building Seismic Safety Council (BSSC) is now available online. These courses cover some of the latest changes on seismic design and analysis. The courses highlight the 2015 National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) Recommended Seismic Provisions for Buildings and Other Structures, which was adopted by American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) ASCE/SEI-7-16 Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures. Please click here for more information.

Call For Participation: Understanding Post-Disaster Building Damage Information Needs

Stanford NSF ProjectThe Stanford Urban Resilience Initiative and Blume Earthquake Engineering Center are researching how building damage information is used after disasters, and needs your help!

If you have experience working in or studying post-disaster contexts, please take our short (three-question) survey. We anticipate that our findings will be of use to researchers, data providers, and response/recovery/reconstruction organizations.

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact gjee@stanford.edu. To learn more about our research, visit our project homepage.

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EERI Resources from the Vault

One Year Ago: Kaikoura, New Zealand Earthquake of November 13, 2016

Kaikoura liquefactionNovember 13, 2016 at 12:02am local time (November 13, 2016 New Zealand at 11:02:56 UTC), the moment magnitude M 7.8 Kaikoura earthquake occurred along the east coast of the upper South Island. The earthquake initiated in the Waiau Plains in North Canterbury, and involved multiple fault segments as the rupture generally propagated northward over 150 km to Cape Campbell in Marlborough.

Photo: Kaikoura, New Zealand Earthquake, November 13, 2016, liquefaction-induced lateral spreading along the Wairau River (Blenheim area). The photo shows large ground fissures and cracks in the zone adjacent to the river (spreading displacements in the area ranged between 2m and 5m). While there were several instances of localised effects of liquefaction in urban areas, in most of the cases liquefaction affected predominantly land in rural areas.

Photo credit: Misko Cubrinovski

Member Resources:

Kaikoura, New Zealand Earthquake Clearinghouse and Photo Gallery

To view photos, please login to Member Resources and click "EQ Photo Galleries" (on the red navigation bar, top/left), where you'll find galleries for more than 30 earthquakes with 30 to 500 photos each, including a gallery of 453 photos with captions from Kaikoura, New Zealand. EERI members can access a wealth of resources in our Kaikoura, New Zealand Earthquake Clearinghouse where you can read Earthquake Spectra articles, EERI reports, and peruse other findings. If you are not an EERI member, and would like to preview our photo galleries, please click here.

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Professional Opportunities

Executive Search for President and Chief Executive Officer of GeoHazards International


GeoHazards International is searching for a new President and Chief Executive Officer who will continue to increase our impact, pursue sustainable funding, and grow awareness of our work. Read the full job description.

For additional information or to apply, please contact Lisa Grossman at info@moppenheim.com 


Job Posting: Assistant/Associate Professor in Resilient Infrastructure, Ohio State University

Ohio StateAssistant/Associate Professor in Resilient Infrastructure
The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio

To view the job announcement and apply click here.

The College of Engineering at The Ohio State University seeks applications to fill a tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor rank in Resilient Infrastructure. The primary appointment is in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering with a joint
appointment in the Department of Integrated Systems Engineering. Candidates whose research specializes in areas pertaining to resilience of (aging) structures and infrastructure systems including: physically-based and data driven approaches to modeling and resilience assessment, characterization and modeling of interdependencies, hazard lifecycle analysis, ongoing off-line or real-time monitoring, resilience enhancement strategies, or other relevant topics are encouraged to apply.

Review of applications will begin on Nov. 20, 2017 and continue until the position has been filled. Apply here.


Job Posting: Director, William A. Anderson Fund (Associate or Full Professor)

UD LOGODirector, William A. Anderson Fund, Flagship Institution
The University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware
See the full Job Description and Application 

The University of Delaware seeks a senior disaster scientist or engineer to join the faculty and serve as the founding director of the newly established William (Bill) A. Anderson Fund (BAF) Flagship Institution. This exciting program, and the Director’s position, will be located in UD’s Disaster Research Center (DRC).

Applicants should use the Interfolio® online system to submit: (1) a current curriculum vita/resume; (2) a cover letter outlining in detail their interest and qualifications; (3) contact information for three references (references will not be contacted prior to notifying the candidate). Please direct questions, but not application materials, to Tricia Wachtendorf, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair (twachten@udel.edu).


Notice of RFQ: As-Needed Consultant Services for Structural Design and Geotechnical Review, City and County of San Francisco Department of Building Inspection

SFDBIThe City seeks responses from Respondents demonstrating expertise in one (1) or more of the following areas:

1) Structural Design Review/Practicing Structural Engineer;
2) Structural Design Review/Academia; and
3) Geotechnical and Geological Engineering Review.

Intent of this Request for Qualifications (RFQ): Based on the responses from this Request for Qualifications (RFQ), it is the intent of DBI to create pre-qualified list of consultants/professionals and academic experts from which DBI may choose prospective contractors, on an as-needed basis for up to four (4) years of the prequalification notification date, to advise the Department in structural design and plan review for privately-sponsored projects. Consultants prequalified under this RFQ are not guaranteed a contract.


RFQ Issued 10-30-17
Deadline for RFQ Questions 11-17-17 (12 pm PST)
Deadline for RFQ Answers 12-01-17 (5 pm PST)
Deadline for RFQ Responses 01-05-18 (12 pm PST)
Notice of Intent to Establish a Prequalified List 02-09-18

Check sfdbi.org/rfp for more information on how to apply.

CONTACT: William.Strawn@sfgov.org (415) 558-6250

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Earthquake Spectra: Preprint Manuscripts

spectra 150Fourteen (14) preprint manuscripts have been posted to the Earthquake Spectra website prior to formal publication. The papers to be published are:   

  • Cell Network-Based Formulas for Fast Determination of Flexural Stiffness Reduction of U-shaped Core Shear Walls by Yicheng Yang (M.EERI,2017), Sai Yemmaleni, Ikkyun Song (M.EERI,2015) and In Ho Cho (M.EERI,2011)
  • Damage Assessment and Modeling of the Five-Tiered Pagoda-Style Nyatapola Temple by Richard L. Wood (M. EERI, 2011), Mohammad Ebrahim Mohammadi (M. EERI, 2017), Andre R. Barbosa (M. EERI, 1997), Linh Abdulrahman, Rajendra Soti (M. EERI, 2017), Chandra Kiran Kawan, Manjip Shakya, and Michael J. Olsen (M. EERI, 2004)
  • Baseline correction of digital accelerograms from field testing of a seismically isolated building by Anastasia Athanasiou (M.EERI,2014), Giuseppe Oliveto and Felice Ponzo
  • Behavior of Confined Masonry Walls with Openings under In-Plane and Out-of-Plane Loads by Vaibhav Singhal and Durgesh C Rai (M.EERI,2000)
  • Dynamic Interaction of High Voltage Power Transformer Bushings, Turrets and Tanks by Guo-Liang Ma (M.EERI,2017), Qiang Xie and Andrew Whittaker  
  • The Influence of Accidental Torsion on the Inelastic Dynamic Response of Buildings during Earthquakes by F. Flores, F. A. Charney (M.EERI,1983) and D. Lopez-Garcia
  • A Flatfile of Ground Motion Intensity Measurements from Induced Earthquakes in Oklahoma and Kansas by Steven B. Rennolet, Morgan P. Moschetti (M.EERI,2015), Eric M. Thompson (M.EERI,2005) and William L. Yeck
  • Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of Low-Rise Reinforced Concrete Buildings Affected by the 2015 Gorkha, Nepal Earthquake by Svetlana Brzev (M.EERI,1995), Bishnu Pandey (M.EERI,2008), Dev Kumar Maharjan (M.EERI,2017) and Carlos Ventura (M.EERI,1987)
  • The performance of slender monuments during the 2015 Gorkha earthquake by Anjali Mehrotra (M.EERI,2016) and Matthew DeJong (M.EERI,2007)
  • Scalability and Sustainability in Uncertain Environments: Transition to Recovery from the Nepal Earthquakes, April 25 and May 12, 2015 by Louise K. Comfort (M.EERI,1989) and James Joshi (M.EERI,2017)
  • Historic Earthquake Resilient Structures in Nepal and other Himalayan Regions and Their Seismic Restoration by Vishal Joshi (M.EERI,2017) and Hemant B. Kaushik (M.EERI,2009)
  • Observations and simulations of basin effects in the Kathmandu Valley during the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake sequence by Domniki Asimaki (M.EERI,2005), Kami Mohammadi, Henry B. Mason, Rachel K. Adams, Sudhir Rajaure and Diwakar Khadka  
  • Improving Post-Earthquake Building Safety Evaluation using the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake Rapid Visual Damage Assessment Data by Max Didier (M.EERI,2017), Salome Baumberger, Roman Tobler, Simona Esposito, Siddhartha Ghosh (M.EERI,1999) and Bozidar Stojadinovic (M.EERI,1992)
  • Issue Attention & Group Mobilization for Caste Rights Following the 2015 Nepal Earthquake by Sarah E. DeYoung and Samantha Penta (M.EERI,2016)

To read all current preprint manuscripts posted, visit Earthquake Spectra preprints.

If you have questions about Spectra, contact Managing Editor Liz Stalnaker at liz@eeri.org

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News of the Profession

Links to Recent News and Views

Eight recent articles, stories, opinions, or reports from around the web

1oneMexico City has Never Cataloged its Buildings to Know How Many are at Serious Risk of Collapse in an Earthquake (Los Angeles Times) In the wake of the magnitude 7.1 earthquake that killed more than 360 people in September, experts are urging city officials to identify and catalog its risky structures.“We have to move very fast, while the issue is fresh in people’s minds," said Sergio Alcocer (M.EERI,1987), an earthquake expert at the Institute of Engineering at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Read more

2twoIran-Iraq Earthquake Kills More Than 500 (The New York Times) The quake, recorded At 9:18 p.m. on Sunday, November 12, was felt as far away as Turkey and Pakistan. The epicenter was near Ezgeleh, Iran, about 135 miles northeast of Baghdad, and had a preliminary magnitude of 7.3, according to the USGS. Read more

3threeIran Earthquake Survivors Plead for Help as Death Toll Rises (BBC News) The government is scrambling to get aid to the worst-hit Kermanshah province, where hundreds of homes were destroyed. Night-time temperatures in the province fell close to freezing for the second night in succession. Read more

4fourKaikoura Quake Recovery Continues in Wellington (Newshub) One year later, Wellington is still coming to grips with the effects of the Kaikoura earthquake. Large-scale demolitions have taken place, but there's still plenty of work to do. Read more

5fiveEarthquakes Caused by Industrial Activities—What are the Risks and How Can They be Reduced? (Phys.Org) While human-caused earthquakes have been documented for more than a century, their increasing number reported worldwide has drawn much scientific, social and political attention. Read more

6sixA Rare Inside Look At Earthquake Stress Testing Of India's Atomic Reactors (NDTV) In order to see how safe nuclear reactors in India are and whether they are vulnerable to earthquakes, NDTV took a rare inside look at how atomic components are stress tested for earthquakes. Read More

7sevenM=6.8 Compressional Earthquake Near New Caledonia Triggers Swarm of Extensional Quakes (Temblor) A series of large, M=6.0+ earthquakes east of New Caledonia may have only caused light shaking and did not trigger a tsunami, but because of the differing earthquake mechanisms seen across this sequence of events, we wanted to give it a closer look. Read more

8eightCosta Rica Hit by Magnitude 6.5 Earthquake (CNN) A 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Costa Rica Sunday night, November 12, 2017. The quake was centered 16 km west of Jacó, Costa Rica, at a depth of 10 km, according to the USGS. It gave the quake preliminary magnitude of 6.8, but later downgraded it. The observatory at the Universidad Nacional Costa Rica said the earthquake measured 6.9. Read more

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Thank You EERI Donors!

EERI would like to thank donors to the Institute, we are grateful for your generosity. A gift to EERI supports innovative projects, research, and events that assure the Institute's continuing leadership in the earthquake engineering profession.

The list below reflects donations received since August 1, 2017.

$1000 - $5000 $250 - $500 $100 - $200 Other Amounts
Lucy Arendt Thalia Anagnos John Anderson Kelly Cobeen
US Charitable Trust  Asadour Hadjian Jeff Bond Mutiara Cripstyani
  Jack Moehle Jonathan Bray C. Terry Dooley
  Fred Turner Gary Christenson Mikael Gartner
    David Cocke John Hayes Jr.
    Charles Eadie Samuel Morrison
    Edward Kavazanjian Jr.  Robert Olshansky
    Chiara McKenney  
    Cynthia Perr  
    Akira Wada  










To make a donation to EERI, please click here.

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Welcome New Members

Welcome New Members

EERI welcomes members who have recently joined the Institute. If you wish to connect with your fellow members, you can locate their contact information in the EERI online membership directory, which requires logging in to the Member Resources Area of the EERI website. 


William W. Watson, Katerra, Structural
Madeleine M. Flint, Virginia Tech, Structural

Sara  K. McBride, USGS, Social Science

Wayan Sengara, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Geotechnical

Juan Ernesto Caballero, Build Change, Architect

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Welcome New EERI Student Members!

New EERI Student Members as of October 20, 2017

Alaa Yasser El Hussieny, Ain Shams University, Civil
Ahmed Gamal Salem, Ain Shams University, Civil
Ahmad Ehab Elhusseiny, Ain Shams University, Architect
Laila Amr Ahmedy, Ain Shams University
Omar Ahmed Talat, Ain Shams University
Mohamed Abu bakr Dawa, Ain Shams University
Sarah Abdelwahab Ali, Ain Shams University

Marcos Javier Martinez, Clemson University, Structural

Keyhan Faraji, Concordia University, Civil

David Alexis Pineda, Cornell University, Civil
Daniel A Kusky, Cornell University, Civil
Olivia Liao, Cornell University, Civil

Yanyue Qin, Dalian University of Technology, Civil
Xiangyu Kong, Dalian University of Technology, Civil

Bruna Kirch Nienkotter Rocha, Edith Cowan University

Bai Wen, Institute of Engineering Mechanics

Athanasios Papadopoulos, IUSS Pavia, Risk Analysis
Mutiara Puspahati Cripstyani, IUSS Pavia

Julio Rolando Ríos , Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Civil

Jose Enrique Salazar Moreno, Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra, Civil

Birkan Yılmaz , Sakarya University, Mechanical

Rocio Lilen Segura, Sherbrooke University, Structural

Aditya Giri, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Asherin George Anto George, Stanford University, Structural
Corinna Rebecca Slater, Stanford University

Christian Alonso Chacon Fernandez, SUNY Buffalo
Richa Todi, SUNY Buffalo
Anil Tripathi, SUNY Buffalo
Sai Ramya Gundala, SUNY Buffalo
Yan Zhou, Texas A&M University, Civil

Sarah Neill, UC Berkeley, Structural

Samantha Michelle Grey, University of Colorado, Structural

John Zacher, University of Memphis
Paul Montray, The University of Memphis, Civil
Zoya Farajpour, University of Memphis, Civil

Dimitrios Kalliontzis, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Structural

Harold Taylor White, University of Mississippi, Civil

Farbod Pakpour, University of Toronto
Kevin Jeswani, University of Toronto
Luis Ardila Bothia, University of Toronto

Tierney R Lesinski, University of Vermont, Civil
Jiahong Pan, University of Vermont, Civil

Christopher John Klemmtz, Virginia Tech, Geotechnical
Carl Thomas Miller, Virginia Tech, Civil
Rosa Lougee Dixon, Virginia Tech, Civil
Anthony Hyun Gi Gang, Virginia Tech, Civil

EERI Student Members: Be sure to login to EERI Members Only Resources to explore earthquake photo galleries, publications, reports, and much more. To update your member information and reach out to other EERI members, login to the EERI Member Directory by using your email address as your username and your EERI ID number for your password. Please note that if you did not include the name of your college/univesity when you joined EERI, your membership is not active until we receive that information.

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