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EEFIT is managed by a committee elected by its membership.
We rely on volunteer engineers and academics, the financial support of our individual and corporate members, and secretariat support from IStructE.
Access EEFIT images
Academics and professionals with an interest in EEFIT's work can acess images from EEFIT missions via FTP. Please follow the instructions in this University of Newcastle document.
Additional imagery and data can be found on the Learning from Earthquakes website.
Membership of EEFIT means making a fundamental difference in understanding the impact of earthquakes.
As an EEFIT member you will survey the aftermath of earthquake events and learn from experienced engineers.
You'll also share your findings with industry, the research community, policy makers and reconstruction stakeholders.
Corporate member - recommend a member of staff to join a mission team who will be given some priority over other candidates. - £300 annual subscription
Full member - be considered for joining a mission team - £20 annual subscription (£15 for IStructE members)
Student member - free
If you would like to get involved or have questions contact EEFIT outlining your relevant experience.
Explore our range of online training, recorded lectures and up and coming events.
Discover how the team conducted a remote study following the earthquake in March 2020.
This report is produced by Learning from Earthquakes on behalf of EEFIT. It details the remote reconnaissance that was undertaken following the Mw5.3 earthquake.
This presentation discusses residential building damage, reconstruction issues, numerical analysis of stone masonry typologies and more.
This presentation details the motivation behind the research, the electronics and sensors used, experimental performance and further developments.
Discussing how enhancing preparedness for East African countries through seismic resilience engineering can mitigate the effect of earthquakes.
In November 2012 EEFIT launched its first ever return mission to an earthquake affected site. This paper presents an overview of the post-disaster emergency phase and transition to reconstruction in the L'Aquila area after the earthquake.
This report is an outcome of the analysis of data and information related to the damage and post-earthquake reconstruction of residential buildings, collected during the field survey by the authors, in light of 2015 Nepal earthquake sequence.
A report from a project funded by a 2018 EEFIT Research Grant.
Details the geological events leading up to the 7.8 Mw earthquake which struck Gorkha on 25 April 2015 and the consequences for the structures and communities affected.