International Association for Earthquake Engineering (IAEE)
Association internationale de génie séismique
1963-02-01 Tokyo Japan
1 Feb 1963, Tokyo (Japan), a Preparatory Committee having been set up at 2nd World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Jul 1960, Tokyo.
Promote international cooperation among scientists and engineers in the field of earthquake engineering through exchange of knowledge, ideas and results of research and practical experience.
Events2024-06-30 | Milan, Italy – World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (WCEE)
2021-09-27 | Sendai, Japan – Quadrennial World Conference
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General Assembly of Delegates; Executive Committee. Includes: U-XK0382 - International Strong Motion Array Council (ISMAC); 'Monograph Committee for Non-Engineered Construction'; 'IAEE Committee on WSSI'; K-XK1778 - World Seismic Safety Initiative (WSSI).
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