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From the Editors: special issue announcement

This issue contains the first paper on lessons learned from the Great Wenchuan Earthquake that JEEEV hopes to continue to provide to our readers. We welcome contributions for consideration for future publication.

During the past several months, we have been considering “Special Issues” on a variety of topics for the Journal of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Vibration. We are pleased to announce that the December 2008 issue will be focused on “Seismic Design and Retrofit of Highway Bridges,” with Professor Li Jianzhong of Tongji University and Professor Ian Buckle of the University of Nevada at Reno serving as Guest Editors. We invite you to contribute to this Special Issue by submitting a manuscript to either our Harbin or Buffalo office by August 15, 2008 with an indication “ For 2008 Special Issue.”

The world earthquake engineering community is deeply saddened by the 512 disaster and massive losses in Sichuan caused by the Wenchuan Earthquake. This journal plans to devote a section in each of its upcoming issues in the near future to provide facts and information related to the Wenchuan Earthquake to its readers, to facilitate their professional and research pursuits. A Special Issue dedicated to the Wenchuan Earthquake is planned for early 2009.

The Journal of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Vibration will do its best to fulfill its role to facilitate the establishment of earthquake resilient communities throughout the world by rapidly transmitting your technical contributions to the earthquake engineering research and professional community.


Xiaozhai Qi (IEM)

George C. Lee (MCEER)

May 18, 2008


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