GeoEngineering Distinguished Lecture Series
ASCE - UC Berkeley
Friday May 8, 2009
Please join us for an exceptional set of lectures, a wonderful social and poster session, and a banquet that celebrates the GeoEngineering Profession in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Lecture Series and Banquet will be held in the Sibley Auditorium and the Hearst Memorial Mining Building on the UC Berkeley campus.
Registration will remain open for the lecture until the venue is full.
- "New Challenges in Geomechanics: The Role of Modeling in Geotechnical Engineering
by Juan M. Pestana, Professor of GeoEngineering, University of California, Berkeley
- "Performance-based Design and Specifications for Structural Fills"
by Iraj Noorany, Professor Emeritus, San Diego State University & Principal, Noorany Geotechnical Consulting, Inc.
- "Geohazards and Large Geographically Distributed Systems" - 2009 Rankine Lecture
by Tom O'Rourke, Thomas R. Briggs Professor of Engineering, Cornell University
Come be part of this special event. Last year, over 240 GeoEngineers attended the lecture and over 120 attended the celebration banquet. Make this yeat's event an even bigger celebration of our grand profession. Contact your colleagues and make a date to attend this year's event.
|ASCE San Francisco Section Geotechnical Group|
|Berkeley GeoEngineering Alumni Association|
|Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley|