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Conferences and Symposia : Clough-Penzien Symposium

Program Schedule

THURSDAY - MAY 9, 2002

RECEPTION
5:00-7:00 PM Hors d’oeuvres / Hosted Bar

UC Berkeley Faculty Club


FRIDAY - MAY 10, 2002

All sessions will be held in Sibley Auditorium in the Bechtel Engineering Center

TECHNICAL SESSIONS
8:00-8:30 AM CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

Garbarini Lounge (outside Sibley Auditorium)

8:30-8:45 AM OPENING SESSION

Armen Der Kiureghian
Chair, Organizing Committee

Richard Newton
Dean, College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley

Adib Kanafani
Chair, Dept .of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley

Andre Filiatrault
President of CUREE

8:45-10:15 AM SESSION 1 - DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES

Anil K. Chopra, UC Berkeley (Session Chair)
Ray Clough and Joseph Penzien: My Mentors

Jose Roësset, Texas A&M University
Dynamic Analyses in the Frequency Domain

Wen S. Tseng, International Civil Engineering Consultants, Inc.
Dynamics of Structures in Earthquake Engineering of Bridges

Peter Fajfar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Relations Between Quantities Controlling Seismic Response

Polat Gülkan, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
A Simple Approximation for the Drift Spectrum

10:15-10:40 AM BREAK

10:40-12:30 PM SESSION 2 - FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

Edward L. Wilson, UC Berkeley (Session Co-Chair)
A Small Subset of Finite Element Students

Kurt H. Gerstle, University of Colorado, Boulder (Session Co-Chair)
The Finite-Element Method - A Little History

Carlos A. Felippa, University of Colorado at Boulder
History of Matrix Structural Analysis,
Act III:The Boeing-Berkeley Connection

Kaspar J. Willam, University of Colorado at Boulder
From Finite Elements to the Berkeley Connection

Pål Bergan, Det Norske Veritas Research, Norway
Finite Elements - Free Style

Yusef Rashid, Anantech Corporation
Computational Veracity of the Finite Element Method in Concrete Structural Analysis

Klaus-Jürgen Bathe, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Key Challenges at 40 Years After

12:30-2:00 PM LUNCH

Served on the Bechtel Plaza, outside, adjacent to Sibley Auditorium

2:00-3:30 PM SESSION 3 - STRONG MOTION SEISMOLOGY

P. C. Jennings, California Institute of Technology (Session Chair)
Strong Motion Seismology - An Introduction

Roger Borcherdt, U.S. Geological Survey
Viscoelastic Wave Propagation in Layered Soil Deposits:
A Tale of Theory from EERC to the IBC

Norman Abrahamson, Pacific Gas & Electricity Company
Velocity Pulses in Near Fault Ground Motions

Carlos Sousa Oliveira, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal
Advancements from the Last 30 Years and New Avenues for the Future

Chin-Hsiung Loh, National Taiwan University, China
Hazard-Consistent Description of Seismic Force for Taiwan Seismic Codes

3:30-4:00 PM BREAK

4:00-5:10 PM SESSION 4 - PROBABILISTIC METHODS

C. C. Tung, North Carolina State University (Session Chair)
A Statistical Model for a Certain Construction Model

Alfredo H-S. Ang, University of California, Irvine
Probabilistic Methods in Seismic Hazard Analysis and Optimal Seismic Design of Structures

Luis Esteva, National University of Mexico
Probabilistic Models of Seismic Response and Performance for Engineering Design Practice

Armen Der Kiureghian, University of California, Berkeley
Deterministic Recollections, Probabilistuic Finite Elements

BANQUET
6:30-10:00 PM BANQUET DINNER

Great Hall of the Bancroft Hotel (corner of College and Bancroft Avenues, directly across from the campus.)

Speaker: Karl S. Pister, University of California, Berkeley
Reflections on a Half Century with Two Distiguished Colleagues


SATURDAY - MAY 11, 2002

All sessions will be held in Sibley Auditorium in the Bechtel Engineering Center

TECHNICAL SESSIONS
8:00-8:30 AM CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

Garbarini Lounge (outside Sibley Auditorium)

8:30-10:00 AM SESSION 5 - EXPERIMENTAL SIMULATION

Jack G. Bouwkamp, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany (Session Chair)
Experimental Simulation

Frieder Seible, University of California, San Diego
Large/Full-Scale Laboratory Validation of Seismic Bridge Response

Masayoshi Nakashima, Kyoto University, Japan
Impact of U.S.-Japan Research Using Large-Scale Testing Facilities on Development of Pseudo Dynamic Testing

Mete A. Sozen, Purdue University
The Clough-Penzien Paradox

Pedro A. Hidalgo, P. Universidad Catolica de Chile
Earthquake Engineering in Chile: From the 60’s Until Now

10:00-10:30 AM BREAK

10:30-12:00 PM SESSION 6 - STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND RETROFIT

Vitelmo V. Bertero, University of California, Berkeley (Session Chair)
Contributions of Professors Clough and Penzien to Current Trends in Structural Design and Retrofit

S.-L. Lee, National University of Singapore
Wind Load Design of Tall Buildings

Robert D. Hanson, University of Michigan
Evaluation and Repair of Earthquake Damaged Buildings

Kazuhiko Kawashima, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Effects of Pounding and Restrainers on the Seismic Response of Bridges

James E. Roberts, Caltrans
Caltrans Seismic Design Philosophy

12:00-1:30 PM LUNCH

Served on the Bechtel Plaza, outside, adjacent to Sibley Auditorium

1:30-3:20 PM SESSION 7 - SPECIAL STRUCTURES

Mihran S. Agbabian, University of Southern California (Session Chair)
An Overview of Special Structures

Roy A. Imbsen, Imbsen & Associates, Inc.
The Contributions of Joseph Penzien and Ray Clough to Bridge Design Methodology Following the San Fernando Earthquake

Ikuo Katayama, Tokyo Electric Power Services Company, Ltd., Japan
HASSI and SSI Analysis of Heavy Structures

Yusof Ghanaat, Quest Structures
Dam-Water-Foundation Interaction Effects in Earthquake Response of Arch Dams

Chang-hua Yen, MWH Energy & Infrastructure, Inc.
Earthquake Behaviour of Arch Dams

Z. Guando & Chen Houqun, China Institute of Water Resources & Hydropower Research
Cordial Friendship and Successful Coooperation in Honor of Professor Ray W. Clough

3:20-3:45 PM BREAK

3:45-5:15 PM SESSION 8 - EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

Shih Chi Liu, National Science Foundation (Session Chair)
Recent Research in Sensors and Smart Structures Technology

Stephen A. Mahin, University of California, Berkeley
Towards a Collaborative Vision of Earthquake Engineering Research:
The George E. Brown Jr. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation

Gregory Fenves, University of California, Berkeley
The OpenSees Software Framework for Earthquake Engineering

Kris Pister, University of California, Berkeley
Structural Monitoring with Smart Dust

5:15-5:30 PM CLOSING SESSION

Armen Der Kiureghian, University of California, Berkeley

Clough-Penzien
Background and Purpose
Program Schedule
Event Photos
Poem of Felicitation
Comments
Proceedings Publication
Clough-Penzien Fund
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National Science Foundation (NSF)

Co-Sponsored by:

Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI)

Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center (PEER)

Mid-America Earthquake Center (MAE)


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