Forensics Engineering ConferenceFebruary 13 - 14, 2020
Topics covered in this conference will focus on lessons learned from hurricanes, building envelopes, structural failures, foundation issues, and other case studies.
|Date(s)||February 13 - 14, 2020|
|Time(s)||Thursday: 7:30 am - 5:30 pm
Friday: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
|Instructor(s)||David Fowler, Various|
Early Registration Ends January 3, 2020
|CEUs||1.5 (which includes ETHICS)|
|Location|| The Commons (located inside TCB)
10100 Burnet Road, Building 137
Austin, TX 78758
(between US 183 and Braker Lane)
Attention CIVIL ENGINEERS:
This annual conference brings together the best of academia and industry for an exciting exchange on forensics engineering. Last year’s conference featured topics including: forensics related to hurricanes Harvey and Irma; Foundation failures; Building enclosure issues; Failures related to concrete materials; Failures in historical structures; Non-destructive testing for forensic investigations; Ethics; Role of forensic engineer in the legal process.
Who should attend
- Design structural engineers
- Engineers in materials laboratories
- Architects interested in technical issues
- Foundation engineers
- Engineers in public service
- EIT engineers
- Forensic engineers
- Engineers involved in building envelopes
Topics & Instructor information
Continuing Education Units (CEUs):Earn 1.5 CEUs – including ETHICS. This is an ideal opportunity for PEs to satisfy ALL the Texas license renewal requirements for the year.
"Very well prepared presentations. Interesting historical information highlighted the difference in project development using early engineering concepts compared to technology available today."
– Steven Dewolf
"Dr. Karl Frank was one of the best presentation of the entire conference. Real-world examples we can learn from! Case study presentations like this are the best to learn from."
- Scott Anderson
Past attendees of our Forensics Engineering Conference praise "the diversity of the course material in addition to top notch professionals” and “the incredible amount of experience and information shared by both the instructors and participants."
"Great case studies to show use of FRP is more general than just confining columns that need strengthening! The information is useful and educational! These presentations are good exposure to unknown areas of Forensics."
– past participant
For a list of local hotels, click here.