Cascadia Lifelines Program Webinar Series


Overview

Welcome back to the 2021-2022 Cascadia Lifelines Program Webinar series, sponsored by the Cascadia Lifelines Program! This year we will run several webinars covering a variety of topics from recent resilience research at Oregon State University and beyond as well as special guest lectures. Each webinar typically includes a 30-40 minute presentation followed by time for questions and discussion. Recordings of previous webinars available on this page for this year's webinars.

2021 Upcoming Webinars

All times are Pacific Time

Webinar Registration Link Date and Time Title Presenter Abstract
Register Here Thursday Oct. 21,2021 @ 1pm  Fragility function database and web-tool for Oregon Lifelines Dr. Mohammad Alam

This presentation provides an overview of the recently completed CLIP report and web database and tool for selecting appropriate fragility functions for Oregon Lifelines.

Register Here Thursday January 20,2022 @ 1pm  Assessment of the Cyclic Softening Response of Western Oregon Silts within the Simplified Method Framework Dr. Armin Stuedlein

This presentation provides an overview of a recently release CLIP report addressing the assessment of cyclic softening of the silts commonly found in Western Oregon and Southwest Washington

Register Here Thursday Feb. 17,2022 @ 1pm  Fragility function database and web-tool for Oregon Lifelines Drs. Mohammad Alam and Jaehoon Jung

This presentation will focus on the CLiP project on developing a framework for probabilistic seismic damage and loss assessment of wastewater network for the City of Portland.



Stay Tuned! More to come later this academic year!

Members

Regular Members
Bonneville Power Administration
Northwest Natural Gas
Oregon Department of Transportation
Port of Portland
Portland General Electric

Associate Members
Eugene Water and Electric Board
Portland Water Bureau
Tualatin Valley Water District

Collaborator
Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center

Members

Please contact Michael Olsen for more information on joining CLiP to promote resilience within Oregon.