Another prime activity of ACECOMS is conducting professional training and providing continuing education for practicing engineers. Training sessions are intended to provide both theoretical background to the computational, analysis and design aspects of civil and structural engineering projects, and hands-on practice on the effective use of computing tools and software. This training also helps professionals to keep themselves up to date with the recent developments in computing and other aspects of their profession.The trainings/seminars/workshops are held on a variety of topics such as:

  • Application of Finite Element Analysis
  • Dynamic and Non Linear Analysis of Structures
  • Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures
  • Modeling, Analysis, Design and Detailing of Buildings
  • Modeling, Analysis and Design of Bridge Structures
  • Design of Floor Slab Systems, Shear Walls, Transmission Towers, etc.
  • Application of Strut and Tie Model for Design of RC Members
  • Structural Evaluation and Retrofitting

ACECOMS has always given utmost importance to the feedback received from the participants of the training/workshops and over 90% of the participants have rated the training events as very good to excellent.



Design of Tall Buildings : Trends and Advancements for Structural Performance

Objective Provide participants with an insight to the new developments in tall building design, innovative structural systems for better performance. In-depth understanding of structural behavior and highlight the value of wind tunnel [...]

October 10th, 2016|Categories: Past Event|Comments Off on Design of Tall Buildings : Trends and Advancements for Structural Performance


PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN June 5, 2014, Bangkok, Thailand Instructor: Ashraf Habibullah (President and CEO, Computers & Structures, Inc.) Registration Fee (includes Luncheon and refreshment breaks) Regular Fee $125 ACECOMS Member Fee $50 A SEMINAR FOR EVERY [...]

September 14th, 2015|Categories: Past Event|Comments Off on THE FUTURE OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING