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New Technologies for Geo-Infrastructure Sensing and Monitoring
Thursday, May 20, 2021, 9:00 AM to Friday, May 21, 2021, 5:00 PM PST
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UC Berkeley Short Course on New Technologies for Geo-Infrastructure Sensing and Monitoring

Presented by: UC Berkeley Faculty

The pace of technological innovation and scientific progress has led to new technologies to monitor civil infrastructure and the environment. These technologies provide, in many cases, unprecedented opportunities for sensing and understanding of the way civil infrastructure responds to natural hazards, environmental stressors such as climate change, and human activities.

This 2-day online short course improves on the very well received January 2021 version of the course (see feedback here).

The course will provide a review of some of these technologies that are about to, or are already impacting the way we design, maintain, or operate geo-infrastructure and the way we manage risk. The instructors have significant expertise in the technologies presented and will outline the principles of operation and the advantages and disadvantages, as well as share examples of projects and case histories where these technologies have been successfully implemented.

Detailed program, instructor bios and more online HERE >>

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The cost of this two-day course is $985. A limited number of spots are available for students after coordination with the short course leader.

A 10% reduction in cost is provided for 3-4 registrations and a 20% off for 5+ registrations (if paid at the same time during course registration).

Refund Policy: Course registration can be fully refunded based on requests made until May 7 2021.

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Contact: Prof. Dimitrios Zekkos ([email protected])