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62nd Annual Structural Engineering Conference

Thursday • March 2, 2017
University of Kansas Memorial Union, 1301 Jayhawk Blvd, Lawrence, KS

 

Explore current projects and discuss hot new topics with your structural engineering colleagues. Participants will earn 6.5 contact hours (PDHs) of instruction.

  • Higgins Award Lecture: Get Fired Up: What Structural Engineers Should Know About Fire DesignMaria Garlock, Princeton University
  • Structures in SpaaaaaceCurt Larsen, NASA
  • EERI Distinguished Lectureship: From Performance-Based Engineering to Earthquake ResilienceGreg Dierlein, Stanford University
  • High-Rise Timber BuildingsShiling Pei, Colorado School of Mines
  • Tall Concrete Wind Turbine TowersMarkus Wernli, BergerABAM
  • Cold-Formed Steel StructuresRoger LaBoube, Missouri S&T
  • Anchorage of High-Strength Reinforcement with Standard Hooks and HeadsDavid Darwin, KU
  • Gateway I-435 Flyover BridgesChad Hall, HDR, and Bryan Wilkerson, Clarkson Construction
  • Construction of the John Greenleaf Whittier Memorial Replacement BridgeLisa Briggs, Genesis Structures, Inc.
  • Repair of a Post-Tensioned Bridge in Wichita’s CBDMark Hurt, KDOT, Abdul Hamada and Nichole Witushynsky, Parsons Brinkerhoff
  • Monitoring Structural Response Under ScourWalt Bleser, SENSR Monitoring Technologies

 

Who should attend:

  • Personnel who work on design of structures, bridges and tunnels.
  • County and municipal engineers.
  • Consulting engineers.
  • Materials suppliers and steel manufacturers.
  • State, county, township and municipal officials.

 

Sponsored by

University of Kansas Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering
University of Kansas Professional & Continuing Education

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