Quantitative Risk Assessment in Geotechnical Engineering
Course objectives: Review of basic probability theory. Reliability of geotechnical designs, risk assessment tools of varying complexity. Use of the risk assessment tools in some familiar geotechnical problems such as slopes and foundations, as well as some more advanced applications involving liquefaction risk. The course was successfully held in Auckland in 2013.
Presenters: Professor D.V Griffiths, Colorado School of Mines and University of Newcastle NSW.
Where and When: Wellington Monday 28th of May, Christchurch Tuesday 5th of June.
Cost per person: $350 for NZGS members, $650 for non-NZGS members.