Thursday, March 16, 2017—AEG Dinner Meeting
Topic: How to Do Fractures Right: National Academies of Science Recommendations for Subsurface Characterization, Modeling, Monitoring, and Remediation of Fractured Rocks
Speaker: Bill Dershowitz, Golder
Time: 5:30 – Social Hour, 6:30 – Dinner, 7:30 – Presentation
Place: Best Western Executive Inn, 200 Taylor Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109, 206-448-9444
Dinner: Plated dinner (choose between the following when registering for the meeting): Lemongrass Marinated Chicken Breast, Rice Noodles, and Sautéed Vegetables or Teriyaki Stir Fry of Spring Vegetables Sautéed in a Sweet Pineapple Soy Sauce served over Basmati Rice (vegetarian option)
RSVP: Register at Brown Paper Tickets website: http://aegpugetsound3.bpt.me/ by 3 PM Friday, March 10, no exceptions. Registering by the deadline assures you get a meal and a seat.
Cost: $40 for members; $45 for non-members; $15 for students. Non-members always welcome! Note that the pay at the door option is if you cannot use a credit card. If you are paying at the door, please pay by cash or check (check payable to AEG).
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Dr. Bill Dershowitz will present an overview of the exciting new National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Report “Characterization, Modeling, Monitoring, and Remediation of Fractured Rock.” This report provides a resource for engineers and geologists working in all aspects of fractured rock sites. The report presents a fracture-centric
approach that takes advantage of both new and well established technologies to better address the complexities of fractured rock characterization, design, and remediation.
Bill Dershowitz is a hydrogeologist and rock mechanic at Golder Associates in Redmond, and is Technical Director of Golder’s FracMan Technology Group www.fracman.com. Dr. Dershowitz integrates principles of geology, structural geology, geophysics, hydrodynamics, and geomechanics to improve the analysis of fractured rock. He is also active in development
of approaches for hydrogeological optimization and uncertainty analysis for fractured and heterogeneous aquifers, and is the author of over 50 professional papers. Dr. Dershowitz earned a B.S. in Geotechnical Engineering and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Rock Mechanics) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under Prof. Herbert Einstein.
Dr. Dershowitz is on the Affiliate Faculty at the University of Washington Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.