2019 CONFERENCE | Post-Harvey Era: Resilient Engineering, Infrastructure & Policy
At this year’s SSPEED Center conference, Post-Harvey Era: Resilient Engineering, Infrastructure & Policy, top academic, consulting and governmental experts will present topics that are included in the list below. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, FEMA, City of Houston, Harris and Fort Bend County will provide governmental updates.
Urban Design & Policy for Flood Protection
Structural and Non-Structural Flood Mitigation
Flood Warning Systems
Flooding Impacts on Mobility & Transportation
Land Use Issues & Related Flood Mitigation
Communicating Flood Risk to the Public
Coastal Surge Mitigation
Influence of Climate Change on Recent & Future Storms
Water Quality Concerns during Extreme Storms
The conference registration fee includes handout materials, drinks, snacks, lunch and a reception. The conference agenda will be posted here in late summer.
Two-Day Conference Pricing:
Early Registration Before June 1 $200
Normal Registration After June 1 $225
Student Registration* 05/01 – 10/08 $100
*Must have valid Student ID and email. Please email email@example.com
For organizations sending more than three attendees, special rates apply. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This year’s event will be held at the Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies (Anderson-Clarke Center). Paid parking will be available at West Lot 5. Entrance #8 at the intersection of University Boulevard and Stockton Drive provides the easiest access to West Lot 5.