CSI Reception

Thursday, June 28, 7:00PM - 10:00PM 

Ticket Price: $100 (dinner and hosted bar included); a discounted price of $25 is available for a limited number of student registrants
Hosted and Sponsored by: Computers and Structures, Inc.

Space is limited, so register early to ensure tickets are available!

Join us for an unforgettable evening as we celebrate the invaluable contributions of Ray Clough and Edward Wilson to the earthquake engineering profession. The numerical methods they conceived and implemented changed and advanced the course of engineering analysis—not only for earthquake engineering and structural dynamics—but also for structural engineering, mechanical engineering, automobile engineering, aeronautical and aerospace engineering, and geotechnical engineering. There is hardly an engineering specialty that has not benefited from their work.

You’ll enjoy a decadent dinner and cocktails as we honor the lives and accomplishments of these pioneers of our profession. Formal attire is recommended -- don’t forget your dancing shoes! CSI’s official band—The Ashraf Allstars—will crank out your favorite hits from the 80s, 90s and beyond. You haven’t seen a show like this! This is the conference event you won’t want to miss.

CSI is graciously covering the costs for the event, so 100% of all registration proceeds will be considered as a donation to support EERI’s Learning From Earthquakes Travel Study Program. This new LFE program provides early career and student EERI members a unique, immersive reconnaissance training and learning experience in a country that is recovering from a major earthquake in its recent past. Your ticket will help and inspire the next generation of earthquake risk reduction professionals, while also giving you access to an incredible, exclusive networking social event.

View a copy of the event flyer:

CSI event flyer

 

 

The objective of EERI is to reduce earthquake risk by advancing the science and practice of earthquake engineering; improving understanding of the impact of earthquakes on the physical, social, economic, political, and cultural environment; and advocating comprehensive and realistic measures for reducing the harmful effects of earthquakes.

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Address:

Earthquake Engineering Research Institute

499 14th Street, Suite 220,

Oakland, CA 94612-1934, USA

Phone: 510-451-0905
Fax: 510-451-5411
E-mail: 11ncee@eeri.org
Website: www.eeri.org

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