Feature Stories Archive


EERI 69th Annual Meeting Registration Now Open(opens a new window)
12-16-16   |   The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute's (EERI) 69th Annual Meeting will be held March 7-10, 2017, in Portland, Oregon.

University of Notre Dame and University of Florida Joint Hurricane Damage Survey for Haiti(opens a new window)
11-18-16   |   The joint post-hurricane damage survey team to assess masonry buildings in Haiti following last month's Hurricane Matthew.

Automated Method Allows Rapid Analysis of Disaster Damage to Structures(opens a new window)
11-09-16   |   Computer vision advances and "deep learning" algorithms will dramatically reduce time to analyze structural disaster damage data.

University of Washington Joins NHERI(opens a new window)
11-02-16   |   UW is now home to NHERI's new Rapid Response Research Facility (RAPID).

Oregon State Takes on Tsunamis and More(opens a new window)
11-02-16   |   Wave research uncovering misconceptions about coastal protection from islands.

Florida International University Looks at the Big Picture(opens a new window)
11-02-16   |   The damage from natural disasters extends beyond structures.

Florida International University and the Wall of Wind(opens a new window)
10-01-16   |   Cutting edge research will lead to safer structures in extreme wind.

University of California at San Diego is Shaking Things Up(opens a new window)
10-01-16   |   The world's largest outdoor shake table is making an impact at UCSD.

University of California at Davis Sifts Through the Soil for Answers(opens a new window)
10-01-16   |   Research at UC Davis evaluates soil system contributions to structural responses during earthquakes.

Lehigh University Utilizes NHERI Facilities to Educate Future Engineers(opens a new window)
10-01-16   |   A 6th grade class has hands-on outreach activity at the real-time multi-directional engineering facility.

ASCE Call for Papers for New Book(opens a new window)
08-24-16   |   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.

Purdue University team named as recipient of the Network Coordination Office (NCO)(opens a new window)
07-20-16   |   A Letter from NCO Director Julio A. Ramirez

4th American Association for Wind Engineering Workshop(opens a new window)
06-09-16   |   The 4AAWE will take place in Miami FL, August 14-16, 2016.

Shake Table Competition Introduces Students to Natural Hazards Engineering(opens a new window)
05-18-16   |   DesignSafe initiative hosts students and works to develop curriculum.

Data Management Plan Guidance Available for ENH Proposers(opens a new window)
02-03-16   |   For researchers submitting proposals to use the Experimental Facilities via the NSF ENH program.

NHERI Session at ASCE Geotechnical & Structural Engineering Congress(opens a new window)
01-12-16   |   PI's of the 8 NHERI Program awards presenting and hosting Q&A session.

Proposals Due Feb 16 to NSF Engineering for Natural Hazards Program(opens a new window)
01-07-16   |   Support for research that utilizes the NHERI cyberinfrastructure and experimental facilities.

DesignSafe Requirements Workshop(opens a new window)
01-07-16   |   Researchers convening at UT-Austin to share their cyberinfrastructure needs.

Register for NHERI Experimental Facilities Workshops(opens a new window)
01-04-16   |   NHERI Experimental Facilities hosting Workshops to provide attendees with the knowledge to prepare research proposals.

NSF Invests $40 million in research infrastructure for earthquake, wind and water hazards(opens a new window)
09-24-15   |   Experimental facilities and cyberinfrastructure will offer opportunities for natural hazards research to bolster community resilience.

$13.7 Million NSF Grant Creates Natural Hazards Engineering Center at UT Austin(opens a new window)
07-21-15   |   A new cyberinfrastructure effort funded by a $13.7M grant from the NSF will help engineers build safer structures that can better withstand natural hazards.