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NHERI REU Summer Program Spotlight

Learning from Hurricane Michael

2021 DesignSafe Dataset Awardee – The Structural Extreme Events Reconnaissance (StEER) Network post-event reconnaissance helps assess building response to historic storm. Michael’s 160-mph sustained winds helped make it the most powerful hurricane on record for the area. The Category 5 hurricane caused 74 deaths and $25.5 billion dollars of property damage.


NSF Renews $5M Natural Hazards Engineering Network Based in Purdue’s Discovery Park | NSF has formally renewed the Purdue-led Network Coordination Office (NCO) award to continue administrating the NHERI network from October 2021 through September 2025.

NHERI Lehigh Experimental Facility Expands Capabilities for Cyber-Physical Testing | Expanded lab space and new equipment for conducting cyber-physical experiments to open the door wide for researchers to explore structural mitigation solutions.

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Data Reuse

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Training & Events

OCTOBER 19-20, 2021

2nd Aotearoa New Zealand Symposium on Disaster Risk Reduction


OCTOBER 20, 2021

Interacting with Next Generation Liquefaction (NGL) Database Using Jupyter


OCTOBER 21-22, 2021

NHERI@UTexas Large Mobile Shaker Workshop


NOVEMBER 3, 2021

Learning from Hurricane Michael


DECEMBER 16-17, 2021

NHERi@UCSD Users Training Workshop


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The Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI) is a distributed national facility that enables research discoveries that will protect human life, reduce damage, and minimize economic losses during natural hazard events.

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