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IISEE Newsletter No.171 (issued on July 29, 2019)

Contents

  1. Dr. Julio Kuroiwa Horiuchi passed away on July 9.
  2. Latin Amenrican Earthquake Engineering course for group of Building Engineer closed.
  3. On Grant-In-Aid for 17WCEE
  4. An ex-participant from Peru visited IISEE

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[1] Dr. Julio Kuroiwa Horiuchi passed away on July 9.

By Mr. Takahiro Yamada, Head of Administration Division, IISEE

We, all of the IISEE staffs, would like to express great sorrow upon receiving the sad news of the sudden and untimely passing of Dr. Julio Kuroiwa Horiuchi, an ex-participant of the 1961-1962 Earthquake Engineering course.

Please see the Newsletter attached on page 1.

[2] Latin Amenrican Earthquake Engineering course for group of Building Engineer closed.

By Mr. Takahiro Yamada, Head of Administration Division, IISEE

Taking advantage of the knowledge from the training conducted in IISEE
from Thursday, May 16, nine participants of building engineers of Latin
American Earthquake Engineering course had a presentation each about
problems to solve in their countries that they can work on the plan in
the half-year through a year on Thursday, July 11.

Please see the Newsletter attached on page 1&2.

[3] On Grant-In-Aid for 17WCEE

By Dr. Toshiaki Yokoi, Director of IISEE

In the URL of the 17th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering
(17WCEE), the information about the GRANT-IN-AID for young generation
from the developing countries provided by the Local Organization
Committee is found.

Please see the Newsletter attached on page 2.

[4] An ex-participant from Peru visited IISEE

By Dr. Toshihide Kashima, Research Engineer of IISEE

Dr. Daniel Abanto Coldova from Peru who had studied in IISEE in 1987-88
in Earthquake Engineering course visited IISEE on July 18, 2019.

Please see the Newsletter attached on page 3.

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