Engineering and Infrastructure Specialty Group

About EISG

The Engineering and Infrastructure Specialty Group (EISG) supports SRA members for risk and policy analysis applied toward infrastructure management and engineering problems. The variety of topics include energy, environmental protection and pollution prevention, transportation, homeland security, disaster preparedness and response, technology regulation, and water and wastewater, among many others. EISG sponsors best student paper awards, encourages infrastructure managment and engineering submissions for the journal Risk Analysis, pursues joint activities with engineering professional societies, and invites and reviews engineering papers for the annual meeting.

Become a Member of EISG!

If you are an SRA member, there is no cost to becoming a member of EISG. Please email Mary Lou Scarbrough to become a EISG member and ask to be added to the email listserve. The executive committee sends occasional emails to EISG on news, information for the annual meeting, and other items. You can also join the EISG LinkedIn group even if you are not an SRA member.


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Recent News

EISG Meeting and Group Mixer at SRA Annual Meeting (2017)

The EISG will host its annual member’s meeting on Monday, December 11, 2017 from 12:50-1:25PM in Room "Salon K."

The EISG will host a specialty group mixer on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 from 6:00-7:30PM in Room “Lee.”

Membership Renewal

Make sure you stay current! Renew here if your membership has lapsed.

Jinzhu Yu Wins 2017 Student Merit Competition

Congratulations to Jinzhu Yu for winning the student merit award given by EISG at its business meeting during the SRA Annual Meeting in Arlington, VA, on December 11, 2017. His presentation titled “Modeling Community Resilience Using Hierarchical Bayesian Kernel Method” can be found here

LinkedIn Group for SRA EISG

EISG has started a LinkedIn group! We plan to use this group to generate discussions about topics in engineering and infrastructure risk. Please join the group and comment on discussions or begin your own!