The NHERI Computational Symposium was held on February 1-2, 2024, and it convened over 200 researchers and industry practitioners from various natural hazards engineering disciplines. The symposium provided a platform for collaboration and knowledge sharing in fields such as wind, flood, wildfire, tsunami and storm surge, earthquake, uncertainty quantification, multi-hazards, and related areas.
The symposium was hosted by the SimCenter, based at UC Berkeley, and co-led by Prof Matt DeJong and Prof Greg Deierlein (Stanford University). UC Berkeley CEE faculty members Sanjay Govindjee, Jon Bray, Kenichi Soga, Luis Ceferino, and Tayo Opabola also participated, along with several UC Berkeley PhD students and postdocs. Read more in the complete article.