Thread: Just 2 weeks left to submit an abstract for the 11NCEE

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THE 11NCEE CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE IS JUNE 25, 2017

Eleventh U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (11NCEE)
http://11ncee.org

Integrating Science, Engineering, and Policy

June 25-29, 2018

Los Angeles, California

The Eleventh National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (11NCEE) will be held in Los Angeles, California in June of 2018. The deadline for abstract submission is June 25, 2017. Please do not delay! With the theme, "integrating science, engineering, and policy," the 11NCEE will bring together nearly 1,000 earthquake professionals from a broad range of disciplines, including architecture, structural engineering, seismology, geology, geophysics,geotechnical engineering, business, public policy, social sciences, regional planning, emergency response planning, and regulation.

SUBMIT YOUR PAPER ABSTRACT NOW
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Call for Papers

The abstract collection system will remain open through June 25, 2017. Authors must submit abstracts and papers online. Authors will receive notification of provisional acceptance of their abstracts by August 15, 2017. Final papers, both full and extended abstracts, must be received by October 15, 2017. Additional detailed instructions are available on the conference website (http://11ncee.org)

Paper Formats

The first-round has a maximum word limit of 400 words. If accepted, you will be invited to submit a full paper or extended abstract: The full paper option has a limit of ten pages, and the extended abstract paper option has a limit of four pages. Paper body text will be Times Roman 12-point and single spaced.

Technical Program Topic Areas

Advances in Non-Linear Modeling Tools
Bridge Structures
Buildings, Structural Systems
Critical Infrastructure (hospitals, schools, power plants, dams, ports)
Education and Outreach
Engineering Seismology
Experimental Methods
Ground Motion Modeling, Directivity, Spatial Correlation
Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering Applications
Ground Motion Spatial Variability
High Performance Computing and Simulation
Information Technology and Collaboration Tools
Instrumentation, Data Collection, and Seismic Networks
Lessons Learned from Recent Earth- quakes, Post-Earthquake Assessment and Response
Liquefaction and Ground Failures
Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, Cascading Hazards Following Earthquakes (fire, landslide, etc.)
Non-Structural Components and Systems
Onshore and Offshore Southern California Fault Systems
Operational Earthquake Forecasting
Post-Earthquake Response, Emergency Management, and Recovery
Repair and Retrofit
Resilient Communities and Cities
Risk and Loss Assessment and their Socio-Economic Impacts
Risk and Resilience of Distributed Infra- structure and Lifelines
Seismic Hazard Assessment
Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Control Systems
Seismicity, Earthquake Sources, and Earthquake Geology
Seismology & Seismotectonics
Socio-Economic Issues and Public Policy
Soils, Foundations, Soil-Structure Interaction
Tall Buildings Design and Issues
Tectonics, Faults, and Large Earthquakes
Tsunami Hazard Assessment, Design, and Recovery

Purpose

The Eleventh U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (11NCEE), on the 70th Anniversary of the forming of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, will provide an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to share the latest knowledge and techniques to better understand and mitigate the damaging effects of earthquakes and tsunamis. With the theme “Integrating Science, Engineering, and Policy,” the conference will bring together professionals from the full spectrum of the earthquake community to discuss and debate a multitude of issues related to seismic hazard, risk, mitigation and public policy.

The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) is organizing this conference in collaboration with the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC). With numerous ongoing efforts in risk mitigation in the region that poses the largest seismic risk in the United States, Los Angeles and Southern California will form an ideal setting for the conference. The conference will provide a unique environment to facilitate synergy between earthquake scientists, engineers and policy professionals from the United States and around the world. This conference brings together professionals from a broad range of disciplines, including architecture, structural engineering, seismology, geology, geophysics,geotechnical engineering, business, public policy, social sciences, regional planning, emergency response planning, and regulation.

More Information

For more information visit the 11NCEE website (http://11ncee.org) and download the Call for Papers PDF (http://11ncee.org/images/PDF/11NCEE_CallforPapers_updated_web.pdf).
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