The 48th Annual Training Course started
The 48th Annual Training on Seismology, Earthquake Engineering and Tsunami Disaster Mitigation courses started on October 3rd 2007. In this year, we invite 26 participants from 16 countries including a third-generation Japanese-Dominican who is invited by The Association of Nikkei & Japanese Abroad. Furthermore this is the first time for us to have a participant from Mozambique, where the earthquake of magnitude 7 hit in February 2006. These training courses will be carried out until September next year in cooperation with GRIPS and JICA. After getting through the courses with credits required, the master's degree will be awarded to the participants. So, we hope all 2007-08 participants will take the master's degree one year later.
The Association of Nikkei & Japanese Abroad:
Head of Administration Division, IISEE
 The Deadline for Abstract submission for ICEEDM08 has extended
Abstract submission deadline for the International Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Disaster Mitigation (ICEEDM08) to be hold in Jakarta, Indonesia, April 14-15, 2008 has extended by October 31. Please visit and see our 2nd announcement of ICEEDM08 for your information;
or official website for ICEEDM08
1998 Seminar-course participant, Indonesia
 Information on the Earthquake that hit San Salvador, on October 10th, 1986 is available
I'm pretty sure you would like to see the information of the Earthquake that hit San Salvador, on October 10th, 1986. Please visit http://www.laprensagrafica.com/especiales/2006/terremoto86/
that "La Prensa Grafica" provides.
2000-2001 E-course participant, El Salvador
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