32nd GeoEngineering Distinguished Lecture Series on May 9

Registration is now open for the 32nd Distinguished Lecture Series on Friday, May 9, 2014, jointly sponsored by the San Francisco Geo-Institute Chapter (SFGI), and UC Berkeley.

The lectures will be held Friday afternoon in the Sibley Auditorium, the hosted social and dinner will follow in the Hearst Memorial Mining Building on the UC Berkeley campus. Please join us for an exceptional set of lectures, a wonderful hosted social and poster session, and a dinner that celebrates the GeoEngineering profession in the San Francisco Bay area. The 2014 topics and Distinguished Lectures will be:

The Case for Quality Lab Testing, Dr. Michael F. Riemer, Professor, UC Berkeley, Berkeley CA

Management of Risks in Foundation Construction and Design for Transportation Infrastructure Projects, Dr. Dan A. Brown, Dan Brown & Associates, PC, Sequatchie, TN

Geotechnical Lessons Learned from the 2011 Great Tohoku Earthquake, Dr. Kohji Tokimatsu, Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan