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MCEER Bulletin, Summer 2003

Volume 17, Number 2

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New MCEER Director Michel Bruneau poses with former director George Lee. Professor Lee will continue as an MCEER researcher and his contact information remains the same.



The Highway Seismic Research Council met in Buffalo to discuss mid-program progress on the multi-year Highway Project.

This Bulletin issue features research on the use of SAR to detect highway bridge damage and the effectiveness of using remote sensing techniques in post-earthquake damage evaluations. A series of java-powered virtual laboratory experiments in structural control, available on the Internet, are profiled. The issue also includes reviews of the Tri-Center Workshop on Application of Loss Estimation Methodologies for Transportation Systems and the China-US Workshop on Protection of Urban Infrastructure and Public Buildings against Earthquake and Manmade Disasters. Regular columns on the Highway Project, industry partners, student activities and opportunities, the latest from our UB-MCEER-EERI seminar series, and recently published MCEER reports are also included. 



MCEER students and Industry Partners had an opportunity to network at the recent NSF Site Visit. Industry Partners Christos Tokas (center) and Thomas Zemanek (right) view a student poster presentation.

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