Post-disaster impact assessment
Field data collection tools
Post-disaster data assessment methods
Damage assessment techniques
Monitoring recovery and/or reconstruction
Projects on hazards related to earthquakes can also be funded under this scheme.
Applicants are welcomed from any country or organisation.
Your application should be submitted by the project lead
If you are an undergraduate, graduate or PhD student it should be submitted by your academic supervisor
Projects featuring multiple students are allowed
Each project should be submitted as a separate application. A single application featuring multiple projects will be disqualified and featured projects may be refused resubmission
By accepting the grant you agree to:
Provide EEFIT with a written report on the project, within two months of completion
Present the results of your research at an evening technical meeting
Allow all project details to appear on istructe.org
Grants will be issued in two installments of £750: the first immediately and the second on receipt of a project report of appropriate quality. If you need a larger first installment you can apply for an adjusted arrangement.
Applicants must either be a current EEFIT member or join EEFIT (with a subscription of £15 (if an IStructE or SECED member) or £20 (all others) to apply).
All applications will be reviewed by the EEFIT Management Committee and results will be announced by 30 July 2021.
Please contact the EEFIT secretary.
A report from a project funded by a 2018 EEFIT Research Grant.
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.