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1994, "Evaluation of strength reduction factors for earthquake resistant design", Earthquake Spectra, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute 10, pp.
Martin & Associates, as well as vice president of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute and editor-in-chief of it's professional journal, Earthquke Spectra.
17, 1994, quake and other past seismic activity have helped shape the development of the state, according to Susan Tubbesing, executive director of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute.
These include the city's "San Francisco Rising" and a light show at the Ferry Building; the San Francisco Fire Department's "1906 Great Earthquake and Fire Expo 2006"; the Chinese Historical Society's "Earthquake - the Chinatown Story"; Rebuilding Oakland Together's distribution of emergency kits to seniors; and the "1906 Centennial Earthquake Alliance" event under the leadership of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, the Seismologica Society of America, the Disaster Resistant California and the California Office of Emergency Services.
She edits the monthly newsletter for the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, a nonprofit, technical society aimed at reducing earthquake risk by advancing the science and practice of earthquake engineering.
The American Institute of Architects, Santa Clara Valley (AIASCV) will present a ground shaking event, in partnership with Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI), to inform design professionals how to incorporate effective design features to best protect our communities from the "big one.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20060328/LATU106) The conference, April 18-21 at Moscone Center, joins the annual meetings of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI), Seismology Society of America (SSA), and California Office of Emergency Services (CA OES).
World class experts will advise architects at an upcoming Seismic Event organized by The American Institute of Architects, Santa Clara Valley (AIASCV) and Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) on October 2, 2009.