Welcoming 2023 Disciplinary Theme 1 (DT1) Masters StudentsDecember 1, 2022
Marsden Fund Virtual Q&A SessionDecember 2, 2022
February 2022QuakeCoRE contestable and non-contestable funding awarded
February 2022Engineering NZ Fellows Announced
Charles Clifton was recognised as a Distinguished Fellow;
Brendon Bradley, Quincy Ma and Sjoerd van Ballegooy were recognised as Fellows of Engineering New Zealand.
March 20222022 RiskNZ Awards of Excellence
May 2022Te Toi Whakaruruhau first noho marae
A three-day hui at Ōnuku marae building Māori disaster risk reduction research
to minimise hazard risks and impacts on the people and taonga of Aotearoa New Zealand. QuakeCoRE scholars joined other disaster scientists, policy makers, practitioners and leaders to engage directly with rangatira to explore and support possibilities and aspirations for Māori disaster risk reduction.
May 2022NZSEE Awards
May 2022Solutions for quake-prone buildings
highlighted research on strengthening pre-cast concrete floors, which are prone to collapsing in earthquakes.
June 2022AF8 [Alpine Fault magnitude 8] feature
July/August 2022Te Whare Mauri ō Tānewhirinaki wins New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) award
2022 Te Hiranga Rū QuakeCoRE Awards
2022 Directors' Award: QuakeCoRE Emerging Researcher Chapter (QERC) Leaders (2020-2022)
2022 Lightning Talks Judges' Award Winner: Claire Pascua
2022 Lightning Talks Judges' Award Runner Up: Felipe Kuncar
2022 Lightning Talks Audience Award: Claire Pascua
2022 QERC Poster Competition Judges' Award Winner: Catalina Miranda
2022 QERC Poster Competition Judges' Award Runner Up: Claire Dong
2022 QERC Poster Competition Audience Award: Catalina Miranda
"Our 2022 Annual Meeting in Ahuriri Napier was a highlight of the year, enabling over 200 members of the Te Hiranga Rū QuakeCoRE community to gather, discuss and debate our research achievements, future ambitions, and forge deep collaborations."
October 2022National Seismic Hazard Model released
The National Seismic Hazard Model
calculates the likelihood and strength of earthquake shaking that may occur in different parts of Aotearoa New Zealand over specified time periods. It is critical information, used by government and industry to help improve national resilience and manage risks to safety, security and the economy from seismic events.
October 2022Endeavour funding awarded to Te Hiranga Rū QuakeCoRE Researchers
Giuseppe Loporcaro - Low-carbon and seismically resilient solutions for 3D concrete printed homes (Smart Ideas) 2022 Endeavour Fund;
Shahab Ramhormozian - Sustainable Earthquake Resilient Buildings for a Better Future (Research Programme) 2022 Endeavour Fund;
Robert Langridge - Large landslides as ground motion calibrators in the Hikurangi margin (Smart Ideas) 2022 Endeavour Fund.
Endeavour funding details available here.
November 2022Dialogue Across the Generations
November 2022Marsden Fund Grant awarded to QuakeCoRE Researcher
Christine Kenney was awarded a Marsden Fund Grant for her project 'Kia whakatōmuri te haere whakamua: Translating Mātauranga Māori, usefully applied in the past, to enhance recovery trajectories in the future.'
Marsden funding details available here.
November 2022Champion for Digital Humanities Pou Arounui Award Winner
Paul Millar received the 2022 Pou Aronui Award
, for distinguished service to humanities, announced at the Royal Society Te Apārangi Awards.