Protecting Nebraska's Good Life The Nebraska Society of Professional Engineers, recognizing that service to humanity, to our nation and to our state is the fundamental purpose of professional engineering, dedicates itself to the promotion and the protection of the profession of engineering as a social and economic influence vital to the welfare of the community and of all mankind.
NeSPE Seminar and Golf Outing: The annual Nebraska NSPE seminar and education foundation golf outing will be held September 11
at Woodland Hills Golf Course in Eagle, Nebraska. The NeSPE Seminar is titled "Pilger Tornado and 2015 Nepal Earthquake, Case Studies in Digital Technology
Damage Assessments", featuring Richard L. Wood, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The presentation will
provide a description of the remote sensing platforms utilized - LiDAR scanner and unmanned aerial system (UAS), share examples of damage assessment of
structures following both the 2014 Pilger, Nebraska tornado and the 2015 Gorka (Nepal) earthquake. This will prove to be a very interesting discussion!