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USA Group of IABSE

Ms. Maria Grazia Bruschi
200 East 57th St., Apt 19D
New York, NY 10022-2869


Vice Chair
Mr. Paul Skelton
Hardesty & Hanover LLC
1501 Broadway New York


Mr. Salvatore Di Bernardo
8725 W Higgins Rd Ste 600
Chicago Illinois

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Webinar Topic: Climate Engineering in the world of Long-span Bridges and Slender Structures

When: Nov 15, 2022 19:00 – 20:00 hrs CET

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This Webinar is being organised by IABSE’s US National Group (chaired by Mariagrazia Bruschi) and Canadian National Group (chaired by Mike Bartlett).

Webinar Speakers:

Guy L. Larose (Specialist of Wind Engineering and Bridge Aerodynamics)

Guy L. Larose is a specialist of wind engineering and bridge aerodynamics with more than 30 years experience in this field, both in North America and in Europe. Guy has made engineering contributions to some of the world’s tallest structures and longest bridges and his recent work has focused on aerodynamic shaping to reduce sensitivity to flow-structure interactions of bridges and slender structures, wind-induced vibrations of cables and sport aerodynamics.

Derek Kelly (Senior Project Manager, Pricipal @RWDI)

Derek is known for his ability to make exceptionally complex and demanding projects advance smoothly and without surprises. His keen communication skills, combined with his extensive experience in the design and construction of bridges and high-rise buildings, make him an invaluable leader on any project.


Future of Design - NYC 2020

IABSE presents Future of Design NYC for the fourth time in September 2020. Join us for a series of events dedicated to synthesizing new ideas and discussing active issues in the engineering and architecture community!

The theme of Future of Design NYC 2020 is Acceleration & Deceleration. Designers and related built environment professionals are often caught between the fast-paced flexibility that a project demands and the slow pace of change of industry practices. This year’s program will evaluate the effects of acceleration on the built environment and on designing with social responsibility; it will also explore ideas and innovative practices that developed as a result of - or in an attempt to better harness - those shifts. It will approach these issues from perspectives of both engineering and architecture, in order to contextualize designers’ voices in transformative built environment initiatives.

FoDNYC 2020 will occur as a series of 5 events hosted online, from September 15th - 29th. Check our website and social media (Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn) as we provide updates on program sessions and speakers. Tickets are available now!

To ensure the webinar link gets emailed to you, we strongly recommend registering for the events at least 24 hours before they take place.

In order to make FoDNYC more accessible for our audience this year, we have adopted a Pay-What-You-Wish ticket price. Net proceeds from our ticket sales will be donated to charities supporting architecture and engineering education initiatives.

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