Don't miss the meeting of the year for everyone involved in natural hazards engineering research, policymaking, and engineering design.
Join us October 6 & 7 at the historic National Academy of Sciences as we take a deep dive into the research needs and priorities for our profession and the communities we serve.
The high profile program kicks off with a keynote from earthquake engineer and Rice University president-elect Reginald DesRoches, followed by a panel of distinguished experts from FEMA, NIST and NSF discussing national needs and priorities.
Add your voice in the Summit’s visioning sessions, topic-based tracks where attendees provide input and ideas toward the future direction of natural hazards engineering research.
More highlights include:
Early-career faculty and professionals, graduate students, and post-doctoral professionals are invited to apply for an NSF Travel Award (NSF Travel Awardees must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States)
We would like to hear from you. Please contact us with Summit questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funded by the National Science Foundation, the Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure — NHERI — is a network of experimental facilities dedicated to reducing damage and loss-of-life due to natural hazards such as earthquakes, landslides, windstorms, and tsunamis and storm surge. NHERI provides the natural hazards engineering and social science communities with the state-of-the-art resources needed to meet the research challenges of the 21st century.
Learn more about NHERI at https://www.designsafe-ci.org/about
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is the only U.S. federal agency whose mission includes support for all fields of fundamental science and engineering, except for medical sciences. NSF is tasked with keeping the United States at the leading edge of discovery in areas from astronomy to geology to zoology. In addition to funding research in the traditional academic areas, the agency also supports "high-risk, high pay-off" ideas, novel collaborations and numerous projects that may seem like science fiction today, but which the public will take for granted tomorrow.
The Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure, NHERI, is a shared-use network funded by multiple grants from the National Science Foundation. The NHERI Network Coordination Office is supported by Award CMMI-2129782.
The Natural Hazards Engineering Research Summit is supported by the National Science Foundation through a supplement to Award CMMI-2129782.
May 26, 2022
Hotel group rate available
Travel grant application opens
July 15, 2022
Travel grant applications close
August 15, 2022
Early bird registration ends
September 20, 2022
September 21, 2022
Hotel group rate ends
October 5, 2022
RAPID Facility Urban Reconnaissance Training Workshop
October 6–7, 2022
Professor, University of Florida
Lead PI, NHERI EF at UF
Professor, Oregon State University
Lead PI, NHERI EF at OSU
Professor, Purdue University
Lead PI and Director, NHERI NCO
University of Texas at San Antonio
Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc.
Notre Dame University
National Institute of Standards and Technology
University of South Alabama
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Texas at Austin
John van de Lindt
Colorado State University
University of Washington
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