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Appendix D Workshop Agenda MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2011 8:00 am Breakfast/reception 8:30 Introduction to workshop Gregory Fenves, Co-chair Chris Poland, Co-chair 8:50 Keynote 1: Community Laurie Johnson, Laurie Johnson Consulting 9:10 Keynote 2: Lifelines Reginald DesRoches, Georgia Institute of Technology 9:30 Keynote 3: Buildings Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University 9:50 Q&A panel session with keynote speakers 10:20 Break 10:35 Briefing on goals of the breakout sessions Instructions given to moderators and participants 10:45 Breakout Session 1 (Dimensional) Define Grand Challenges Pre-event prediction and planning Moderator: John Egan, AMEC Geomatrix Committee rapporteur: Jerome Hajjar, Northeastern University Design of infrastructure Moderator: Ken Elwood, University of British Columbia Committee rapporteur: Adam Crewe, University of Bristol Post-event response and recovery Moderator: Sharon Wood, University of Texas at Austin Committee rapporteur: Jerome Lynch, University of Michigan Community resilience Moderator: Kathleen Tierney, University of Colorado at Boulder Committee rapporteur: Ronald Eguchi, ImageCat, Inc. 12:00 pm Lunch 85

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86 GRAND CHALLENGES IN EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING RESEARCH 12:45 Observations from Christchurch Ken Elwood, University of British Columbia 1:00 Plenary Session Workshop participants reconvene to report on breakout session 1:45 Keynote 4: Information Technology James Myers, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Including Q&A 2:15 Breakout Session 2 (Dimensional) Refine Grand Challenges 3:30 Break 3:45 Breakout Session 3 (Dimensional) Consider facilities 5:00 Plenary Session Workshop participants reconvene to report on breakout session 5:30 Adjourn 6:00 Reception and dinner TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2011 8:00 am Breakfast/reception 8:30 Midcourse progress report Gregory Fenves, Co-chair Chris Poland, Co-chair 9:00 Keynote 5: Materials John Halloran, University of Michigan Including Q&A 9:30 Keynote 6: Modeling and Simulation Omar Ghattas, University of Texas at Austin Including Q&A 10:00 Break 10:15 Breakout Session 4 (Disciplinary) Buildings Moderator: Ken Elwood, University of British Columbia Committee rapporteur: Adam Crewe, University of Bristol Lifelines Moderator: Sharon Wood, University of Texas at Austin Committee rapporteur: Jerome Lynch, University of Michigan Geotechnical/Tsunamis Moderator: John Egan, AMEC Geomatrix Committee rapporteur: Jerome Hajjar, Northeastern University Community Moderator: Kathleen Tierney, University of Colorado at Boulder Committee rapporteur: Ronald Eguchi, ImageCat, Inc. 11:50 Lunch Moderators and rapporteurs prepare to discuss results of breakout sessions

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87 APPENDIX D 1:00 pm Observations from Japan Thomas Heaton, California Institute of Technology 1:20 Plenary Session Workshop participants reconvene to report on disciplinary breakout session 2:50 Final Breakout Session (Dimensional) Reconvene in original breakout groups Pre-event prediction and planning Design of infrastructure Post-event response and recovery Community resilience 4:00 Final Plenary Session 5:00 End Open Session/Adjourn workshop WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011 8:00 am Closed Sessions (open to committee and NRC staff only) 4:00 pm Adjourn

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