A call for outstanding papers for a special ASCE book publication entitled “Wind Engineering in Natural Hazards” by Guest Editors Aly Mousaad Aly and Elena Dragomirescu.
Archive of news and highlights including research discoveries, program announcements, and upcoming meetings.
DesignSafe provides Web Conferencing Services to facilitate your natural hazards engineering collaborations.
A comprehensive environment for experimental, theoretical, and computational engineering and science.
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Cloud-based tools for data analysis, computational simulation, and visualization to support research.
DesignSafe technical staff collaborating with your research team.
Build your own tools and embed DesignSafe capabilities into your applications via our API.
Access reconnaissance data collected within a geospatial framework.
The NHERI Facilities include shared-use Experimental Facilities, the Computational Modeling and Simulation Center (SimCenter), and the Network Coordination Office (NCO). The NHERI Experimental Facilities are shared-use experimental laboratories that for research in natural hazards engineering. The RAPID Experimental Facility provides resources for post-disaster, rapid-response research to gather perishable data immediately following a natural hazard. The SimCenter will develop new community-prioritized computational modeling and simulation software with new capabilities for earthquake, wind, and multi-hazard engineering.The NCO will serve as the NHERI-wide coordinator,
Explore the experimental facilities available for shared-used natural hazards engineering research.
Community-driven, open source computational & simulation tools.
Proof-of-capability workshop hosted by The Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure Equipment Facility at the University of Texas at Austin.