Earthquakes remain the most deadly and costly natural hazard worldwide. In the past centuries, engineers developed new solutions for buildings and infrastructures to withstand these catastrophic events. The new telecommunication systems, mechanical engineering developments and advances in civil engineering will allow us to overcome future earthquakes without deaths and damages.
Join Dr. Mariantonietta Morga this National Engineering day for a talk that celebrates past success stories and future engineering prospects in seismic engineering.
This talk is part of the ARU Science and Engineering Masterclass Series.