On Wednesday 19th March 2014 a Memorial Symposium was held to honour the contributions of Professor Nicholas Ambraseys.  Professor David Potts from Imperial College London chaired the event which was a joint symposium of Imperial College, SECED and the British Geotechnical Association, kindly supported by Fugro.  The speakers from the event have kindly made their presentations available here.

John Douglas, Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières (BRGM): Does strong-motion data have a nationality? Investigating regional dependency of earthquake ground motions. John Douglas' Presentation

Kypros Pilakoutas, University of Sheffield:  Vulnerability Assessment and Risk Management for Developing Countries. Kypros Pilakoutas' presentation

Stavroula Kontoe, Imperial College London: Seismic response and numerical modelling of earthfill dams. Stavroula Kontoe's presentation

James Jackson, University of Cambridge: The contribution of Nick Ambraseys to Earth Sciences through his earthquake field missions and historical studies. James Jackson's presentation

Dmitry A. Storchak International Seismological Centre: Prof. Ambrasey’s contribution to the ISC Event Bibliography. Dimitry Storchak's presentation

Sarada Sarma, Imperial College London: Working with Nick. Sarma Sarada's presentation

George Gazetas, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA): Immersed tunnel subjected to normal fault rupture and subsequent strong seismic shaking. George Gazetas presentation