Frederick Krimgold é membro do painel de convidados da Sessão Especial
THE ROLE OF ARCHITECTS AND PLANNERS IN CREATING THE FOUNDATION FOR EFFECTIVE ASEISMIC BUILDING AND LAND USE REGULATION IN CITIES
Frederick Krimgold is Director of the Disaster Risk Reduction Program of the Advanced Research Institute of Virginia Tech. He is an architect and has served as Program Director of the Earthquake Hazard Mitigation Program at the National Science Foundation and as a consultant to the World Bank, USAID, FEMA and the US Department of Homeland Security. Dr. Krimgold holds a Doctorate of Technology in Architecture and Planning from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, and a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Yale University.