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SFGI 38th Annual Geo-Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series
Krutch Auditorium, Clark Kerr Campus UC Berkeley
2601 Warring Street
Berkeley, CA 94720
Friday, May 08, 2020, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM PDT
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38th Annual Geo-Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series

Presented by SFGI & UC Berkeley

SFGI and UC Berkeley are jointly sponsoring the 38th Annual Geo-Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series. The event will include both a morning and an afternoon session hosting a total of five lecturers covering a wide range of research topics.

This year's presenters are as follows:

Laurie Baise, Tufts University "Detecting Site Response Complexity"

Ross Boulanger, University of California, Davis "Analyses of Lateral Spreading for an Interbedded Sand, Silt, and Clay Deposit: Çark Canal"

George Gazetas, NTUA "Benefits and Limitations of Unconventional Seismic Foundation Design"

J. Carlos Santamarina, KAUST "Repetitive Loading in Geotechnical Engineering (Multi-Physics)"

Dimitrios Zekkos, University of California, Berkeley "Scalable Frameworks for Characterization, Mapping, and Back Analyses of Large Populations of Landslides: The Case of the 2015 Lefkada Earthquake"


Contact: San Francisco Geo-Institute [email protected]