Event Sponsors

This event would not be possible without the generous contributions of our sponsors. We recognize the following sponsors that have contributed at various levels. We thank you profusely for your support of the Anil Chopra symposium and the continuing legacy of Cal Berkeley Civil Engineering program.

Reception Sponsor
October 2, 2017
5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Memorial Stadium, University Club Room

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We gratefully acknowledge Wiley for their platinum level sponsorship of the Wiley General Reception on the evening of Day 1. Wiley is recognized as a leading publisher of scientific advancements, with an exceptional portfolio of 1500 journals. For more than 25 years Professor Chopra has served as the Executive Editor for Wiley’s Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, a premier forum for new advancements in the field of earthquake engineering.

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Platinum: $10,000

Computer and Structures, Inc., Walnut Creek, California
University of Texas, Austin

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Gold: $5,000 and above

John Hall, California Institute of Technology
Simpson Gumpertz and Heger (SGH), San Francisco Office

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Silver: $2,000 and above

Arup, San Francisco
Degenkolb Engineers, San Francisco Office
Livermore Software Technology Corporation (LSTC), Livermore, California
Narinder (Nick) Pal, President, Pal Consultants, Inc.
Risk Management Solutions (RMS), Newark, California
Skidmore Owing and Merrill (SOM), San Francisco Office
Partha Chakrabarti, Vice President of Engineering, Zentech Inc.

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Bronze: $500 and above

Forell-Elsesser Engineers, San Francisco, California
Maffei Structural Engineering
Rutherford and Chekene, San Francisco, California
Jack Moehle, Professor, University of California, Berkeleymaffei
Joe Rashid, Senior Advisor, Anatech Corp
Jinting Wang, Professor, Tsinghua University
Chuhan Zhang, Professor, Tsinghua University

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Additional Sponsors

Andrew Whittaker ($250.00)

PrintThe Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center has supported this Symposium in numerous ways, including hosting and supporting the Symposium website.

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