International Conference on Advances and New Challenges in Earthquake Engineering Research
August 15-20, 2002
In Honor of the Late Professor Liu Huixian
The two-day conference in Hong Kong will follow the Harbin conference and focus on advances in and issues on earthquake engineering with special emphasis on problems for regions of moderate seismicity. Emphasis will be given to the application of emerging technologies and new design philosophies and methodologies to address recent challenges in earthquake engineering and hazard mitigation, and to examine new opportunities on the basis of Asia-Pacific regional and global cooperation.
The Hong Kong Conference welcomes papers on the following main themes:
Sponsors include the Asian-Pacific Network of Centers for Earthquake Engineering Research (ANCER), Hong Kong Instutite of Engineers (HKIE), and the Works Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (WB). The organizing committee members are J.M. Ko, chairman; Y.L. Xu, vice-chairman; E.S.S. Lam, secretary general; and K.T. Chau, Y.L. Wong, Y.Q. Ni, H.J. Pam, C.C. Chang and Q.S. Li, members.
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For the Hong Kong Conference, submit this form to:
Professor Jan-Ming KO
Chairman of Hong Kong Organizing Committee
Faculty of Construction and Land Use
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2766 5037; Fax: (852) 23622574