Register Today to attend the always fabulous SFGI / UC Berkeley GeoEngineering Distinguished Lecture Series event on May 6, 2016
This year’s even features an exceptional set of lectures, a wonderful social and poster session, and a dinner that celebrates the GeoEngineering Profession in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Lecture Series will be held in the Sibley Auditorium. The Hosted Social and Dinner will be held at the Hearst Memorial Mining Building on the UC Berkeley campus.
- “The Role of Distributed Sensing in Understanding the Engineering Performance of Geotechnical Structures”, Kenichi Soga, Ph.D. Professor, Univ. of California at Berkeley; and former Professor of Civil Engineering, University Cambridge
- “Capturing Liquefaction Details from Space”, Ellen Rathje, Ph.D. Warren Bellows Centennial Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Texas at Austin
- “Effects of Climate Change on Watershed Dynamics: Insights Gained Using Geophysical Methods” Susan Hubbard, Ph.D. Associate Lab Director and former Director of the Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Registration is open. It will close Friday April 22, 2016 at 5pm Or when registration is full. Space is limited to 245 lecture seats, which includes 110 Full Registration seats. Sorry, all sales are final, no refunds will be given. Tickets can be re-assigned by contacting Wendy Rudolph (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Reservations can be made at this time using a debit card or PayPal Only. No credit cards will be accepted. Advance registration is recommended. Walk-ins are discouraged. Previous years have sold out. Please plan ahead.