QuakeCoRE 2021 – 2028 Research Programme – Interdisciplinary Programme 1: Functional Recovery with Repairable Multi-storey Buildings
10 am Friday 10th June
|Programme Co-Leader: Geoff Rodgers (University of Canterbury) &
Programme Co-Leader: Alice Chang-Richards (University of Auckland)
Inter-Disciplinary Programme 1 will promote functional recovery and develop solutions to maintain and restore building function following a large earthquake. Factors such as economic, societal, and sustainability drivers for more resilient buildings will be investigated and linked to low-damage design concepts and risk-targeted design for functionality.
The research will also investigate technical requirements to restore function and associated expectations and timeframes for repair in a post-earthquake environment.
This programme will investigate drivers for uptake of increased post-earthquake functionality and the wide-ranging motivation for, and consequences of, improved functional recovery. Specific technical, economic, and societal challenges to develop evidence-based guidance on functional recovery will be identified.
Overall, this programme will support and promote increased societal resilience through greater uptake of low-damage building designs and guidance on the repair of buildings that suffer damage during a large earthquake.
For details on how to join the seminar – return to the 2022 Seminar series home page link
How to join the Seminar
10:00 AM Friday 10th June
(password – 389905)