To recognize ten successful years of experimental research at the nees@berkeley testing facility, a workshop will be held for the earthquake engineering research and industry community on May 27-28, 2014.
The two-day workshop, which will be held at the nees@berkeley facility in Richmond, California, will cover all the completed research projects in the laboratory along with the accompanying site developments. Attendees will be exposed to a diverse range of research projects, learn about the capabilities of the lab including the recent advances in hybrid simulation, and interact with colleagues for potential future collaborations.
Researchers, including young faculty, and practicing engineers, are encouraged to attend. This will be an excellent opportunity to learn how you can benefit from our state-of-the-art facility for research and professional projects!
There is no fee for the workshop and limited travel support will be available for young faculty including assistant and associate professors. Registration and further details on the workshop are available on the nees@berkeley website.
For see more on the range of research work performed at nees@berkeley in recent years, visit our nees@berkeley playlist on YouTube.