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in late 1999 and early 2000, iapmo was the author’s editor for this edition of the ae for several months. this led to the substantial implementation of the iapmo ues evaluation procedures as an option during the ae evaluation. the idea was to make the evaluation of iapmo ues certification a more economical procedure, and one that did not require the costly time of assembling a team and performing field studies. approximately a year after its implementation, the system was available for use by all seaoc member entities.
the participation and engagement of our members has increased every year. since 2012, we have consistently grown the membership in a manner that is reflective of the growth of the seismic design profession.
the ceus will be available for the five-year m.s. in structural engineering program approved in the state of california sponsored by the university of california, berkeley. the program prepares graduates for leadership roles in academia, public agencies, and private industry, including work related to post-earthquake design and construction of resilient structures. the program is offered through the southern california earthquake center (scec) based at caltech.
in 2016, we invited our practicing members to join our learning network to receive a one-time ceu credit for attending the university of california, berkeley’s graduate school of engineering annual conference. our efforts to enhance member engagement resulted in a u.s. geological survey (usgs) funded study titled,the use of web-based study support for responding to an earthquake drill simulated by the u. geological survey. the purpose of the study is to provide an understanding of how web-based learning material, such as powerpoint presentations, videos, recorded lectures and any other supported modality, can help teachers motivate students when they share the responsibility to increase learning outcomes. for a brief summary of the study results, please see our study support paper.
leadership from seaoc, ncsea, and sei will host a virtual, joint town hall event to discuss how the three organizations are progressing to fulfill theseaoc-sei vision for the future of engineering(adopted in november 2019), specifically highlighting current and future initiatives to advance the profession and enhance member engagement.
the 23,508 total buildings corresponding to 1005,458 total m2 floor area of the study region constitute the secondary analysis. we selected a maximum of 100 buildings per year to analyze. these buildings were filtered by location within the study region, building total floor area, number of stories, and year of construction. for the present seismic hazard study, we did not include marine or offshore structures because: (1) the large proportion of offshore structures in the study region has a negligible effect on the modeled earthquake ground motions due to the relatively shallow depth of seawater and (2) specific sea offtake characteristics are not available for the entire study region. determining the final suite of buildings for the seismic hazard study was done through a manual review process. each model building is then assigned either one of the three seismic design levels for the corresponding year. this led us to include buildings with the following year design levels: (1) pc-1756 (pre-1967 design levels); (2) lc-1756 (covenin-1756 design levels); and (3) mc-1756 (covenin-1756 design levels, respectively.
each building within a year level is further aggregated by its seismic event return period to yield the totals presented in table 1. according to this table, the maximum number of buildings that fit in the pc-1756 category is 255 buildings. this means that there is only a very limited number of buildings that can be analyzed in this category.