Current and past members of our group were well-represented at the 11NCEE, held in LA in June 2018.
Papers presented include:
EFFICIENCY, SUFFICIENCY, AND PREDICTABILITY OF INTENSITY MEASURES FOR PREDICTING THE CONSEQUENCES OF LIQUEFACTION ON BUILDINGS (work of Zach Bullock and others)
DAMAGE ACCUMULATION FOR A TWO-STORY WOOD FRAME BUILDING IN SEQUENCES OF INDUCED EARTHQUAKES (work of Robert Chase and others)
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF HSR BRIDGES THROUGH STRUCTURAL SIMULATION AND TESTING (work of Mohammad Salehi and others)
QUANTIFYING IMPROVEMENTS IN SEISMIC PERFORMANCE POSSIBLE THROUGH RETROFIT OF RC FRAMES (work of Cody Harrington and others)
TORSIONAL IRREGULARITY AS A COLLAPSE INDICATOR FOR OLDER CONCRETE BUILDINGS (work of Travis Marcilla and others)
We were also happy to support the efforts of the CU undergraduate seismic design team.