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Call for proposals and paper abstracts: EERI and SSA annual meetings 2024


Sep 29, 2023

EERI Annual Meeting 2024

The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) is delighted to announce that the 2024 Annual Meeting will take place in Seattle, WA from April 9-12, 2024. The meeting theme is Uniting Earthquake Science and Engineering for a More Resilient Future. The main meeting, including a technical program with plenary, special, and poster sessions, the EERI awards ceremony, and the 2024 Seismic Design Competition Shaking Day, will take place 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 hosted in coordination with the Washington Geological Survey on April 12. View the call for session proposals and paper abstracts (due October 17th) and register here today!


SSA 2024 Annual Meeting

Join your colleagues next Spring in Anchorage, Alaska at the SSA 2024 Annual Meeting.

Led by Co-chairs Carl Tape and Michael West, University of Alaska Fairbanks, the meeting will be a dynamic week of in-person collaboration, learning and networking.

Session Proposal Deadline: 30 September, 5 p.m. Pacific.

Shape the SSA Annual Meeting by submitting a session proposal. We are seeking session proposals from across the fields of geotechnical and earthquake engineering, earthquake science and seismology. 

SSA encourages all conveners to assemble a diverse group of co-conveners.  Early-career members are encouraged to submit session proposals. Take the career-advancing leap and begin reaching out to collaborators today!

A few key policies:

  • Session proposals should include conveners from at least two institutions.

  • Every session is required to have at least one non-U.S. government co-convener. 

  • Submissions require a session name, a short description of the session and the name, affiliation and contact information of at least two conveners.

  • Find the full guidelines here.

For questions about submitting your session proposal, please contact SSA at

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