News & Events
Jack Baker was a panelist on the Challenges and Opportunities in Infrastructure Resilience event. This event was part of a panel series by Resilient by Design. The event was co-hosted by the Stanford Urban Resilience Initiative and Stanford Sustainable Urban Systems.
Our latest mapathon was held in the Blume Center on October 18th. Participants learned about OpenStreetMaps and contributed to our research on remote damage assessment. Thanks to all who attended!
The Stanford Urban Resilience Initiative welcome back happy hour, info session and art reception was held on October 4th at the Blume Earthquake Engineering Center.
We launched our surveys testing different methods to crowd-source post-earthquake building damage assessments using satellite imagery. Contribute here.
For two full days, artists, scientists, engineers, and planners came together at the Artathon to create collaborative works of art that explored disaster and climate risk and envisioned creative futures for the Bay Area. The Stanford Urban Resilience Initiative was a co-sponsor of the event.
The Stanford Urban Resilience Initiative in partnership with Resilient Boulder hosted a one day workshop on Innovative Financing for Resilience.
125 Stanford Magazine featured the current work of researchers of the Stanford Resilience Initiative.
Gemma Cremen and David Lallemant presented at the 2016 QuakeCoRE Annual Meeting in Taopo, New Zealand.
Prof. Jack Baker presented on Ground Motion Simulation Validation and Engineering Applications, at the QuakeCoRE workshop on Utilisation of Ground Motion Simulations in Engineering Practice” in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Prof. Eduardo Miranda, Luis Ceferino and Andrés Acosta presented at PEER the findings of the Stanford reconnaissance mission of the consequences of the April 16th, 2016 Mw 7.8 Ecuador Earthquake. Video
Stanford Reconnaissance team goes to Ecuador to inspect the consequences after the April 16, 2016 Mw 7.8 Earthquake.
The work of Prof. Jack Baker, Maryia Markhvida and David Lallemant on rapid assessment of affected population using Google Earth Engine after the 2015 Nepal Earthquake got featured at Stanford Magazine.