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  • The Benfield Grieg Hazard Research is the First multidisciplinary natural hazards research group in the U.K. which is engaged in all aspects of natural hazards research , including volcanic eruptions, earthquake, floods, Windstorm, and landslides. www.ucl.ac.uk/geolsci/research/ben-grei/
     

  • Calfornia Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering - CUREE-is a nonprofit corporation formed by a consortium of schools devoted to the advancement of earthquake engineering research,education and implementation. CUREe's purposes include identifying new ways research can solve earthquake problems , collecting and synthesizing information and making it easily accesible , establishing national and international hazard research a relationship, performing earthquake engineering and releted research and educating experts , practitioners, students and the public www.curee.org
     

  • Center for Earthquake Research and Information, University of Memphis mainly focuses on various aspects of earthquake science and engineering for effective mitigation.http://www.ceri.memphis.edu
     

  • Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Research Center for Disaster Reduction Systems , Kyoto University is Research Center for Disaster Reduction Systems , which promotes and integrate various fields of research dealing with catastrophic urban disasters affecting megacities.The goal of the center is to minimize direct and indirect losses and reduce human suffering that result from this type of natural disaster . http://www-drs.dpri.Kyoto-u.ac.jp
     

  • Earthquake Disaster Mitigation Research Center(EDM) is the foremost center for earthquake disaster mitigation research in the Asia-Pacific region by exchanging information and personnel with domestic and overseas organizations.Research topics are selected with a view to bride the gap between fundamental research by universities and practice-oriented research by disaster management agencies. http://www.miki.riken.go.jp
     

  • The earthquake Engineering Research Center (EERC) is an organized research unit of the University of California at Berkeley dedicated to research, education , and dissemination of technical information in earthquake engineering. The Center was founded in 1967 and continues today as a world focal point for activities in the field of earthquake mitigation.http://www.eerc.edu
     

  • The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI), is the principal national nonprofit society of engineers, geoscientists, architects, planners, public officials, and social scientists concerned about earthquakes and their effects. The main objectives of the Institute are the advancement of the science and practice of earthquake engineering, and the solution of multidisciplinary problems in order to protect people and property from the hazardous effects of earthquakes http://www.eeri.org
     

  • John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center, Stanford University, located on the Stanford University campus , was established in1974 as part of the Department of Civil Engineering to promote research and deception in earthquake engineering. The Blume Center conducts research, provides instruction, publishers reports and articles, conducts seminars and conference, and provides partial financial support for studentshttp://blume.stanford.edu
     

  • Mid-America Earthquake Center. The aim of the new Mid-America Earthquake Center is to reduce potential earthquake losses in the central and eastern U.S., concentrating on problems associated with less frequent seismic events and their consequences for individuals, economic systems and infrastructure.http://mae.ce.uiuc.edu
     

  • Multidisciplinary center for Earthquake Engineering Research, State University of New York at Buffalo established in September 1986; composed of a consortium of institutions whose principal members include the University at Buffalo, Cornell University, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, Princeton University, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; and headquatered at the State University of New York at Buffalo, the Multidisciplinary Centre for Earthquake Engineering Research (MCEER) annual involves approximately 80 researchers at institutions throughout the United State and the world in key earthquake engineering studies.http://mceer.buffalo.edu/infoService/default.html
     

  • Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center is consortium of nine institutions, will conduct research in five basic areas: 1)policy, planning , and economics; 2 ) seismic hazards; 3 ) performance assessment; 4 ) systems reliability; and . 5 ) innovative technologies. The center has developed a busness and industrial partnership program , conduct urban demonstration projects to test research, and provide education programs for both K-12 students and undergraduates.http://peer.berkley.edu
     

  • Southern California Earthquake Center, University of Southern California, founded in 1991, the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC), is a Science and Technology Center of the National Science Foundation. SCEC brings scientists together for joint research and problem solving to reduce earthquake hazards in southern California.Http://www.scec.org

 


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