Women in Structural Engineering

Women in Structural Engineering

ASHRAF HABIBULLAH'S KEYNOTE: EMPOWERING THE NEXT GENERATION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

LEAD, INFLUENCE, AND INSPIRE A CHANGING WORLD

In this talk, Ashraf will share his view of the future of the structural engineering profession as we approach the next quarter of the 21st Century.

In a changing world of disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, nanotechnology and 3D-printing, is the structural engineering profession positioned to adjust to the impact of these technology-driven ways of the future?

SEAOSC's Women in Structural Engineering Event
May 9, 2018
$40: SEAOSC Members
$60: Non-Members
$20: Young Members
9:30am-2:00pm

John A. Martin & Assoc., Inc.
950 South Grand Ave, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA, 90015

Ashraf discusses how the structural engineer's education and role must change if our profession is to triumph and flourish in these rapidly-changing times. He demonstrates why engineering students need to be exposed to much more than just our technology if they are to fully leverage the limitless potential of this amazing profession.

Ashraf emphasizes the need for an education based on human engineering. He convincingly argues, with his usual enthusiasm and humor, why it is important to cultivate deep personal beliefs and pride, to develop powerful communication skills and to understand the power of human psychology and human chemistry. These talents will enable young engineers to enter the professional world empowered to lead, influence and inspire! And celebrate!


Ashraf's keynote address is part of SEAOSC's Women In Structural Engineering Event:
STAND OUT from the Crowd.

All members are welcome - you won't want to miss!