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2010 ASCE Structures Congress

Orlando, FL

The Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE (SEI) and the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) joined forces to host the first-ever combined Structures Congress/North American Steel Construction Conference (NASCC) on May 12 through 15th, 2010. Held annually, the Structures Congress is an opportunity for the members of the Structural engineering Institute of ASCE to come together to hear the latest advances in structural engineering. This year the Congress includes more than 400 papers in a variety of tracks, including: Bridges; Analysis & Computation; Building Design; Building-Seismic; Extreme Loads & Educational Reform; Concrete & Masonry Structures; Non-Building Structures; Business & Professional Practice; Research; Tall Buildings; and Education & Loading.

Our colleagues presented the following:

The Learning Bridge for Advancing Civil Engineering and its Education, Aktan and Moon 

Educating the Future Civil Engineer for the New Civil Engineering Body of Knowledge, Fridley

Cognitive Aspects of Project-Based Civil Engineering Education, Hewett

Competency of the Civil Engineering Professional of Tomorrow, Russell and Lenox

Social Science Content In Project-Based Engineering, Slaton

Educating the Civil Engineer for the Coming Decades - A European Perspective, Tankut

For further information visit: http://www.aisc.org