Frank -- Are you still the way to the SEAOC list serv? Could you put
the message below on it? If not, please let me know! Thanks very much.
Best regards, Eloise G.
SEVENTH U.S. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
Park Plaza Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, July 21-25, 2002
THEME: URBAN EARTHQUAKE RISK
Call for Papers: Abstracts Due May 1, 2001; Final Papers Due October 1,
For full content of 2nd Announcement and Call for Abstracts, check web
Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI)
499 14th Street, Suite 320, Oakland, CA 94612-1934 USA
Phone: 510/451-0905, Fax: 510/451-5411
Web Site: www.eeri.org, E-mail: 7ncee(--nospam--at)eeri.org
PURPOSE: The Seventh National Conference on Earthquake Engineering will
provide an opportunity for both researchers and practitioners to share
the latest knowledge and techniques for understanding and mitigating the
effects of earthquakes. This quadrennial conference will bring together
professionals from the broad range of disciplines committed to reducing
the impact of earthquakes on the built and natural environment: geology,
seismology, geophysics, geotechnical engineering, soils and foundation
engineering, structural engineering, architecture, social response,
regional planning, emergency response planning, and regulation.
TECHNICAL PROGRAM: The technical program will consist of keynote
lectures, technical sessions, a students? poster session, and several
focused discussion sessions on special topics of national and local
interest. A CD-ROM containing the full Proceedings and a bound Abstract
volume will be provided as part of the registration package. A hardbound
copy of the full Proceedings will also be available for an additional
charge; orders can be placed at the time registration.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Persons wishing to present a paper are requested to submit abstracts
through our on-line abstract collection site: www.eeri.org/7nceesubmit
by May 1, 2001. Final papers will be due on October 1, 2001.
Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section/ASCE
Federal Emergency Management Agency
FEMA Region II
Institute for Business and Home Safety
Mid-America Earthquake Center
Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research
Northeast States Emergency Consortium
Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center
Structural Engineers Association of California
Structural Engineers Association of Illinois
Structural Engineers Association of New York
Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering
Western States Seismic Policy Council
There will be space available for exhibits. Those interested should
contact EERI for further information.