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Day 1—Thursday January 17, 2002
Methodology Testbeds Meetings

Closed meeting for PEER participants only
(Participants are: funded researchers, students, committee members,
individuals from Business and Industry Partner organizations, and other supported project personnel.)

8:00 am
Poster Session room available for students/BIP members to assemble posters
Registration table/Continental breakfast opens
Testbed Meeting plenary session
Testbed Meeting break-out sessions
3:00 pm
Testbed Meeting adjourns
PEER Student Day--open only to students, BIP members/practitioners, and post-doctoral researchers. Closed to PI’s/faculty.
Closed sessions for principal investigators/faculty
Invitational Reception and Banquet for PEER Business and Industry Partners (BIP)
Featured speaker:
Mr. Ronald O. Hamburger, Chief Structural Engineer, ABS Consulting
“The World Trade Center and its Relevance to Performance-Based Engineering”

Day 2—Friday January 18, 2002
"Progress in Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering Methodology"
Open to the public
7:30 am
Registration table/continental breakfast opens; Poster room opens for set-up

Session #1–Progress in PBEE Methodology

Jack Moehle, UC Berkeley

Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University
Overview of the PBEE Methodology

Helmut Krawinkler, Stanford University
Seismic Demand Analysis

Eduardo Miranda, Stanford University
Relating Structural Response to Damage and Losses

Gregory Fenves, UC Berkeley
Structural Seismic Simulation–Advances in OpenSees

Ahmed Elgamal, UC San Diego
Geotechnical Seismic Simulation

Peter May, University of Washington
Thinking Ahead: Issues for Adoption of PBEE

Stephanie Chang, University of Washington
Lessons from Nisqually Earthquake for PBEE

Poster Session and Lunch Break
1:30 pm

Session #2 (concurrent structural and geotechnical sessions)

Structural Emphasis

Allin Cornell, Stanford University
Practical Application of the PEER Methodology

Jack Moehle, UC Berkeley
Shear, Axial Load, Drift Criteria for Shear-Critical Building Columns

John Stanton, University of Washington
Limit States for RC Beam-Column Connections

Ian Robertson, University of Hawaii
Limit States for Slab-Column Connections

Marc Eberhard, University of Washington
Limit States and Design Parameters for Flexurally Dominated Bridge Columns

Steve Mahin, UC Berkeley
Seismic Performance Modeling for RC Bridges

Geotechnical Emphasis

Doug Dreger, UC Berkeley
Ground Motions: Basin Modeling and Rapid Response

Jonathan Stewart, UCLA
Site Categorization and Amplification Factors

Ray Seed, UC Berkeley
Predictive Models for Liquefaction Hazard

Nick Sitar and Elizabeth Hausler, UC Berkeley
Performance of Improved Ground

Geoffrey Martin, USC
Performance of Shallow Foundations

Craig Comartin, Comartin-Reis and
Gyimah Kasali
, Rutherford and Chekene
Implications of UC Berkeley/PEER Pier Load Tests

Annual Meeting Adjourns