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April 9-12, 2024 | Seattle, WA
EERI 2024 Annual Meeting

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April 9-12, 2024 | Seattle, WA
EERI 2024 Annual Meeting

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April 9-12, 2024 | Seattle, WA
EERI 2024 Annual Meeting

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2024 EERI Annual Meeting: Uniting Earthquake Science and Engineering for a More Resilient Future

The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute is delighted to announce that the 2024 Annual Meeting will take place in Seattle, WA from April 9-12, 2024! The main meeting, including a technical program with plenary, special, and poster sessions, the EERI awards ceremony, and the Seismic Design Competition Shaking Day, will take place over two days, on Wednesday April 10th and Thursday April 11th.  Pre- and post-meeting activities will include a reconnaissance workshop and partner-hosted workshops on April 9 and a Seattle-focused reconnaissance field exercise on April 12.

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