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2020 National Earthquake Conference (NEC)

EERI

The Program Committee is seeking presentation abstracts and session concepts for the 2020 National Earthquake Conference from March 4-6 in San Diego, CA. Proposal abstracts for presentations and session concepts are welcome in four broad focus areas - Engineering, Science, Policy, and Practice - to advance U.S. and global earthquake resiliency. 

The NEC critically examines the latest research and information from experts in building science and building product innovation, engineering, emergency management, geology, seismology, resiliency programs and policies, social science, public outreach initiatives, scientific insights, and new technologies to drive better understanding of earthquake risk in the U.S. and create disaster-resilient communities.  The NEC is a quadrennial event providing a unique opportunity for engagement and sharing amongst academia, building code experts, engineers, businesses, design/build professionals, FEMA Directorates, first responders, geologists, local emergency managers, insurance and reinsurance professionals, local and tribal governments, private sector practitioners, U.S. State and Territorial Earthquake Managers, NEHRP Agencies, and volunteers.

The deadline for abstract submissions in Proposal Space is 7/26/19. Abstract submissions are limited to 300 words or less. Selected presenters will be notified in early Fall 2019. All selected presenters will be asked to prepare a powerpoint presentation or poster, but NO conference papers will be accepted or required. Presenters will have the option to post their presentation materials on the website but no formal proceedings will be produced. Presenters will be responsible for their own travel expenses and conference registration fees for the NEC2020.  For questions please contact Rebecca Singh from EERI at rebecca@eeri.org. 

For more information about the NEC2020, please visit http://earthquakeconference.org

To submit your presentation abstract or session concept please sign in (or register) and click "Start a Proposal". 

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