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CALL FOR PAPERS
1999 SEAOC ANNUAL CONVENTION
SEA SANTA BARBARA


The Structural Engineers Association of California issues this Call for Papers to be presented at its 1999 Annual Convention, to be held at the DoubleTree Resort in Santa Barbara on September 30, 1999 through October 3, 1999.

The main theme of ?Structural Solutions for the New Millenium? has been tentatively chosen for the Technical Program. The state-of-the-art in earthquake engineering continues to evolve. With that in mind, we are seeking papers on interesting and informative topics and projects relating to: Codes & Guidelines, Materials and Systems, Retrofit, Connections, Business Forum, and Inspection & Observation on a national as well as an international basis. We are working toward a two-track program that would include papers applicable to both the more practical topics that are encountered by a majority of Structural Engineers in everyday practice and the newer, more sophisticated analysis methods systems and materials.

Papers presented at the SEAOC Convention will be published in the SEAOC PROCEEDINGS to be distributed at the Convention.

Interested parties should submit brief abstracts (300 words or less) of their papers on or before March 1, 1999 to:

Tom Harris
Technical Program Committee
1999 SEAOC Convention
HARRIS ENGINEERING
1000 Business Center Circle, Suite 100
Thousand Oaks, Ca 91320
Phone: (805) 499-4484
Fax: (805) 499-7303
Email:harrisengr(--nospam--at)aol.com

The abstracts will be reviewed by the Technical Program Committee; authors will be notified by May 1, 1999 regarding acceptance. Detailed instructions for the complete manuscripts will be sent to prospective authors with the acceptance notification.

If you have a related topic you would like to see covered in this technical program, please feel free to submit a suggestion of topic and speaker to the Technical Program Committee.