Next Generation Attenuation for Central and Eastern North America (NGA-East)
SSHAC Workshop 2 – Proponent Discussions and Remaining Critical Issues and Data Needs
July 14-16, 2014
With funding from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and US Department of Energy, the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center (PEER) is coordinating a comprehensive multidisciplinary program to develop Next Generation Attenuation Relationships for the Central and Eastern North-America (NGA-East).
NGA-East is Ground Motion Characterization (GMC) project and follows the SSHAC (Senior Seismic Hazard Analysis Committee) Level 3 process. See the Open-File Report 2009-1093 (PDF file – 992 KB) for a summary of the SSHAC process. This is the third SSHAC Workshop, as .
Registration is now closed.
The venue (in-person attendance)
The meeting will be hosted at the Berkeley International House ballroom, on the UC Berkeley campus (see IHouse website for directions). There is no hotel room block for this event, however, nearby hotels and lodging facilities include:
Other facilities can be found online.
Remote login (access to meeting via internet and phone)
Participants who registered for remote attendance will receive the web and phone information via e-mail the week before the event.