Our world-class facilities, which include two high-bay laboratories, offer researchers state-of-the-art equipment and laboratory space to conduct cutting-edge research. The result? Engineered structures that are better able to withstand an earthquake's destructive force, saving both lives and money.
Our earthquake engineering facilities are world class. Learn more about our labs and equipment.
We pride ourselves on handling innovative, complex projects. Learn more about the wide range of experimental set-ups we've tested in our labs.
Service to industry
We offer qualification testing for manufacturers, and we've successfully completed over 50 seismic qualification tests since 2000.
Our service-to-industry team can help you test your products under simulated earthquake conditions to ensure they meet state or federal codes, and you'll have access to our team of experienced seismic engineering experts.
CCEER in the news
The latest College of Engineering capability to create realistic earthquakes in the laboratory will pair with collaborators’ expertise and supercomputing to lead to resilient buildings and infrastructure
Earthquake researcher Maha Kenawy honored with EERI Younger Member Award.
Our attendees include researchers, practitioners and students, and our presentations are at the nexus of earth science, engineering and computation. Through collaboration, we want to transition simulation technology into practice.
The forum brought together 241 international participants with 41 international speakers to advance integrated earthquake engineering research.