Welcome to the EERI-Stanford Student Chapter website!
The purpose of the EERI Stanford Chapter is to advance earthquake engineering research, advance understanding of earthquakes and their consequences, and promote measures to mitigate their harmful effects.
We organize various academic and social events on campus. They include bringing speakers to campus to talk about interesting topics related to earthquakes, participating in outreach activities, or leading a hike along the San Andreas Fault.
Find out more about our events by visiting this website!
ARUP is coming to Stanford to show us their latest research project. Make sure to come join us!
When? Wednesday, October 5 at 4pm
Where? 350 in Mitchell Building.
Saturday, October 22, 2016 - ATC-20 Post-Earthquake Workshop
An earthquake just happened! Are the surrounding buildings safe?
Every fall, the EERI Stanford Chapter organizes a day-long workshop to learn about the fundamentals of rapid evaluation of buildings following an earthquake disaster. The workshop focuses on the ATC-20 Procedures for post-earthquake safety evaluation of buildings and also includes field case studies of actual buildings on Stanford campus.
When? Wednesday, October 22 between 9am and 4pm (lunch is included)