2022 QuakeCoRE Seminar Series

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September 28, 2021
Ken Elwood
Thanks to Ken Elwood
December 17, 2021

QuakeCoRE’s seminar series supports our multidisciplinary research and encourages collaboration

Time: 10 – 10:45am

Date:  Every 4 weeks on a Friday

 

2022 Speaker Title
18 Feb Liam Wotherspoon (University of Auckland) & Charlotte Brown (Resilient Organisations) QuakeCoRE 2021 – 2028 Research Programme – Inter-disciplinary Programme 3: A Resilient Aotearoa New Zealand Transport System

 Link for abstract details

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18 Mar Nirmal Nair (University of Auckland) & Garry McDonald (Market Economics) QuakeCoRE 2021 – 2028 Research Programme – Inter-disciplinary Programme 4: Harnessing Disruptive Technologies for Seismic Resilience Link for abstract details

YouTube Link

 No Seminar Series in April
13 May Tim Sullivan (University of Canterbury) & Julia Becker (Massey University) QuakeCoRE 2021 – 2028 Research Programme – Inter-disciplinary Programme 2: Thriving Residential Communities Link for abstract details

YouTube Link

10 Jun

 

Alice Chang-Richards (University of Auckland) & Geoff Rodgers (University of Canterbury) QuakeCoRE 2021 – 2028 Research Programme – Inter-disciplinary Programme 1: Functional Recovery with Repairable Multi-Storey Buildings Link for abstract details

YouTube Link

postponed to:

22 Jul
Tom Wilson (University of Canterbury & National Emergency Agency (NEMA) Chief Science Advisor for Aotearoa New Zealand’s National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA): early reflections and vision for the future Link for abstract details

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12 Aug Shannon Abeling (Waipapa Taumata Rau the University of Auckland) Interpreting societal expectations for seismic performance of buildings: Reflections on risk tolerance Link for abstract details

YouTube Link

No Seminar Series in early September as we focus on our QuakeCoRE Annual Meeting
30 Sep Siautu Alefaio, Petra Satele, Matt Luani (Massey University) Navigating in Unity: Collaborating with Pacific communities to activate effective emergency response and preparedness Link for abstract details

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28 Oct Charles Clifton and Pouya Lotfi Rad (both University of Auckland) Seismic behaviour of cold-formed steel strap-braced stud walls as lateral force resisting systems for residential mid-rise buildings Link for abstract details

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25 Nov Tom Robinson (University of Canterbury) After the shaking has stopped: ongoing landslide hazard following large earthquakes Link for abstract details

YouTube Link

No seminar in December

Venue and online details:

via Zoom:

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://canterbury.zoom.us/j/400612265
(If you haven’t used Zoom before, a quick and easy installation will be prompted)

Or Telephone:
New Zealand: +64 800 002 260 (Toll Free)
Meeting ID: 400 612 265 (Password 389905)
International numbers available (here)

To receive updates and reminders about our Seminar Series, please email the Support Team to be added to the mailing list.

 

2021 Seminar series link

 

Reoccurring calendar appointment link here

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