42nd Spring Seminar and 22nd Geo Expo of the ASCE Los Angeles Geo-Institute Chapter
April 17, 2019 Queen Mary 1126 Queen’s Highway Long Beach, CA 90802
Mr. John Bullinski Caltrans District 7 Director
Professor Bengt Fellenius University of Ottawa, Canada
Lecture 2: “Observation, analysis, and design of single piles and wide piled foundations”
The 15th Annual Kenneth L. Lee Lecturer:
Professor George Gazetas National Technical University Athens, Greece
Ken Lee Lecture: “A Case History of Failure Supports the Concepts of “Rocking” Foundations”
November Dinner Meeting
Los Angeles Geo-Institute Chapter
Mr. Raymond A. Fassett
Condon-Johnson & Assoc., Inc.
A Contractor’s Perspective on CIDH Pile Mitigation
November 14, 2018
883 West Torrance Boulevard
Torrance, CA 90502
REGISTRATION CLOSED –
You are cordially invited to join us at the 10th annual GeoExpo, hosted jointly by the CalGeo student chapter at UCLA and the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department. More information about the event can be found here. The event will be held at world-class new facilities at UCLA, the Mong Learning Center and the Luskin Conference Center.
This year’s GeoExpo will be a special event in honor of Professor Mladen Vucetic, who is retiring from the University in 2018. The program includes a distinguished lineup of speakers in soil dynamics and earthquake engineering, all of whom are connected to Professor Vucetic as former students, mentors, or collaborators. The event will include ample time for networking, including a cocktail hour and banquet, as well as presentation of student awards.
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41th Spring Seminar and 21th Geo Expo
of the ASCE Los Angeles Geo-Institute Chapter
April 18, 2018
1126 Queen’s Highway
Long Beach, CA 90802
Chief Program Management Officer LA Metro
Professor Paul Mayne
Georgia Institute of Technology
Lecture 2: “Geocharacterization using the Seismic Piezocone”
The 14th Annual Kenneth L. Lee Lecturer:
Professor Richardo Dobry
Rensselaer Polytechnic University
Ken Lee Lecture: “New Findings on Liquefaction Triggering of Sands During Earthquakes”
The LA Geo-Institute Chapter of ASCE is pleased to announce our intent to award travel scholarships for ASCE student chapter teams who will compete in the 2018 National G-I Geo-wall Competition to be held at the International Foundations Conference and Equipment Expo (IFCEE), March 5-10, 2018 in Orlando, FL. Details are available in the brochure below.
The LA Geo-Institute Chapter of ASCE is pleased to announce our intent to award two students with scholarships for the 2018/2019 school year. The scholarships are directed to undergraduate seniors planning to enroll in a graduate-level geotechnical program in Fall 2018 and continuing graduate students. The scholarships are intended to encourage entry of accomplished students into the geotechnical profession. The selected individuals will have demonstrated a strong growth potential in geotechnical engineering as well as outstanding achievements in their school(s) and community. Details are available in the brochure below.