Introduction to Infrastructure Resilience
The 2nd seminar on infrastructure resilience was organized by the Resilience Team at Lehigh University and Florida Atlantic University (FAU). It was held on from 1 pm to 5 pm on Sept. 22, 2017 at Lehigh University. Professional engineers and public administrators are welcome to attend the four-hour seminar free of charge. This seminar covered the topic of infrastructure resilience and pratical tools for resilience assessment. It consisted of two sessions.
- The first session (1 pm - 2:50 pm) focused on simplified methods for resilience assessment to improve effectiveness on regional planning and risk mitigation. 1. The concept of community disaster resilience
- The second session (3:10 pm - 5:00 pm) presented quantitative methods with applications in different engineering disciplines to conduct resilience assessments and improve engineering designs. 4. Quantitative resilience assessment and decision making
2. Simplified resilience assessment frameworks
3. Tools for practical resilience assessment
– Coffee break –
5. Infrastructure interdependencies
6. Concluding remarks
We have successfully held the seminar on infrastructure resilience on Oct. 28, 2016, and the second seminar on infrastructure resilience on Sept. 22, 2017. We are planning another seminar on this topic in the coming year.
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