Learning from Earthquakes
The team of the project 'Learning from earthquakes' is currently working on a virtual reconnaissance mission of the damages the earthquake in Croatia
The project team wishes all geologist, geophysicists and geochemists a wonderful Geologist Day !!!
The project team would like to express its solidarity with the inhabitants of Zagreb in Croatia, affected by the 5.4M Earthquake
The project team wishes all women, who have participated in the EEFIT missions and training sessions, a happy women's day 2020
Learning from Earthquakes project meeting at UCL after EEFIT training session
Presentation of Field Mission observations from Albania Mision
Places are available for the EEFIT Field Mission lecture following the M6.4 earthquake in Albania in December 2019
The Earthquake Engineering Field Investigation Team (EEFIT) Mission Training course aims to prepare future Team Leaders by sharing guidance and lessons learned from past earthquake reconnaissance missions.
Learning from earthquakes team (UK) expresses its solidarity with the population and authorities from Puerto Rico
The Project Team would like to express its solidarity with the victims of the Earthquake in Albania.
Do not forget to apply !!!. Deadline: The 15th January 2020.bit.ly/39lFx1I
EEFIT mission for the Albania earthquake came to its end
The EEFIT Mission report of the Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami of 28th September 2018 has been published. It is also available on our Resources webpage.
EEFIT mission Mission report: Gorkha, Nepal April 2015 in PreventionWeb
Seismic performance & post-earthquake reconstruction of stone masonry houses in Nepal
EPICentre's Director, Prof Rossetto Interview with Turkish New Channel NTV [Turkish Version]
Dr Diana Contreras presented: "Socio-economic Vulnerability to Natural Hazards: Interdependencies of Healthcare Infrastructure. The case of Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile"
Dr Viviana Novelli from Briston University presented: "Post-earthquake building surveys to derive fragility functions for use in seismic risk assessments"
Ms Valentina Putrino presented: The benefit of return missions for a better understanding of building's behaviour under repeated shakings: the case of Norcia, Italy"
Dr Joshua Macabuag presented: "Lessons learned from post-tsunami fieldwork by EEFIT"
Dr Sean Wilkinson presented:"The rewards of earthquake engineering - differences between Christchurch and Gorkha earthquakes"
Ms Katerine Coates presented: "Lessons from earthquake fieldwork for seismic retrofit design"
Dr Mathew Free presented: "A review of EEFIT mission over time 1983 to 2019"
Prof. Dr Dina D'Ayala was invited as the keynote speaker to present: "Can probabilistic performance-based engineering be extended to other hazards?
Prof. Dr Tiziana Rosseto presented: Mission to Central Sulawesi earthquake 2018.
The EEFIT Field Mission Report on the MW 7.8 Gorkha, Nepal earthquake of 25 April 2015 has been published. You can find it at https://tinyurl.com/y34ojm3e.
Ms Louis Westoby presented: challenges affecting school reconstruction in Nepal
Dr. Nathan Forthsyte and Dr. Diana Contreras interchanged knowledge and experiences in the topics of glaciers, landslides, and earthquakes with colleagues from INAIGEM
Dr Nathan Forthsyte and Dr Diana Contreras explored opportunities of collaboration in the topics of earthquakes and landslides with UNASAM in Huaraz, Peru
Dr Nathan Forthsyte and Dr Diana Contreras visited the city of Huaraz (Peru). This city was struck by the 1970 Ancash earthquake (7.9 Mw). The earthquake triggered a snow avalanche from the Huascaran Mount buried the town of Yungai.
Dr. Nathan Forthsyte and Dr. Diana Contreras met the Executive Director of the seismic Regional Center for South America (CERESIS) during their visit to Peru in the framework of the GCA: ‘pump-priming’ activity in Peru.
Valentina Putrino is with The EEDM students of the UCL testing the Earthquake Engineering Field Investigation Team (EEFIT) Mobile App !!!
I-REC Conference 2019: Disrupting the status quo: Reconstruction, recovery and resisting disaster risk creation