The following is a chronological list of presentations, invited lectures and talks. 

2017    
75. Kalkan, E. and Graizer, V. "Comparison among the Graizer-Kalkan (GK15) GMPE and Two NGA-West2 GMPEs", 2017 Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, Apr. 18-20, 2017.
74. Jones, J., Kalkan, E., Stephens, C. and Ng, P. "PRISM, Processing and Review Interface for Strong Motion Data Software", NASA-Ames Research Center, Earth Science Fair, Mountain View, California, Feb. 15, 2017. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18750.89927.
73. Kalkan, E. "Evaluation of Graizer-Kalkan GMPE for Small-To-Moderate, Shallow Depth “Induced” Events", Induced Seismicity Workshop, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California, Feb. 13-14, 2017.
72. Kalkan, E. and Wen, W. "Dynamic Characteristics of a Twenty-Story Instrumented Building in Anchorage, Alaska Identified by Seismic Interferometry", 16th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Santiago, Chile, 2017.
71. Reyes, J.C., Kalkan, E. and Sierra, A. "Fast Nonlinear Response History Analyses", 16th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Santiago, Chile, 2017.
2016    
70. Jones, J., Kalkan, E., Stephens, C. and Ng, P."PRISM, Processing and Review Interface for Strong Motion Data Software", American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2016.
2014    
69. Kalkan, E., Ulusoy, H.S. ,Wang, F. and Fletcher, J.P.B."Extracting Site Charactersitics at Delaney Park Geotechnical Array in Anchorage, Alaska Using Seismic Interferometry", Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, Poster-No: 14-204, 2014.
68. Kalkan E. and Tremayne, H. "Napa Earthquake Preliminary Damage Findings", U.S. Geological Survey, Earthquake Science Center, Menlo Park, California, 2014.
67. Kalkan, E., Fletcher, J.P.B., Baker, L.M., Friberg, P. Leith, W. and Banga, K. “Development of An Open Source Structural-health Monitoring and Damage Detection System for Sustainable and Resilient Structures”, 15th U.S.-Japan Workshop on the Improvement of Structural Engineering and Resiliency, Kona, Big Island, 2014.
66. Kunnath, S.K., Ahmadi, A. and Kalkan E. “Energy-Based Intensity Measure for Seismic Demand Modeling”, Proc. of the 2nd European Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Seismology, Istanbul, Turkey, 2014.
65. Kalkan, E., Fletcher, J.P.B., Ulusoy, H.S. and Baker, L.M. “Ambient Vibration and Earthquake-Data Analyies of a 62-Story Building Using System Identification and Seismic Interferometry”, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2014.
64. Reyes, J.C., Riaño, A.C., Arango, C.M. and Kalkan, E. “Extending modal pushover-based ground motion scaling procedure to unsymmetric-plan multi-story buildings”, Proc. of the 10th National Conference in Earthquake Engineering, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, Anchorage, 2014.
63. Kalkan, E. “An Automatic P-Wave Onset Time Detector”, Southern California Earthquake Center Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, California, 2014.
62. Reyes, J.C., Kalkan, E., Riaño, A.C., and Arango, C.M. “A General Procedure for Selecting and Scaling Ground Motion Records for Nonlinear Analysis of Asymmetric- Plan Buildings”, Proc. of the 7th European Workshop on the Seismic Behavior of Irregular and Complex Structures, Opole, Poland, 2014.
61. Reyes, J.C., Riaño, A.C., Kalkan, E., Quintero, O.A., and Arango, C.M. “Is Time-Domain Spectrum Matching Procedure Accurate and Efficient for Response History Analysis of Buildings?”, Proc. of the 2nd European Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Seismology, Istanbul, Turkey, 2014.
2013    
60. Kalkan E., "Design and Implementation of an Open Source Structural-health Monitoring and Damage Detection System", Universidad de Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia., 2013.
59. Ulusoy, H.S., Kalkan, E. and Banga, K. “Real-time Seismic Monitoring of Veterans Affairs Hospital Buildings”, SPIE Smart Structures Conference, San Diego, California, 2013.
58. Graizer, V. and Kalkan, E. “Updated Graizer-Kalkan GMPE”, Southwestern U.S. Ground Motion Characterization SSHAC Level 3 Workshop 2, Berkeley, California, 2013.
57. O’Donnell, A.P. Kurama, Y.C., Kalkan, E. and Taflanidis, A.A. “Experimental evaluation of ground motion scaling methods for the nonlinear analysis of structural systems.” Earthquake Engineering Research Institute Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington,2013.
56. Kalkan, E. “Real-Time Structural-health Monitoring of VA Hospital Buildings”, IRIS Seismic Instrumentation Technologies Symposium, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2013.
55. O’Donnell, A.P., Kurama, Y.C., Kalkan, E. and Taflanidis, A.A. “Evaluation of ground motion scaling methods for the nonlinear analysis of structural systems.” ASCE Structures Congress, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2013.
2012    
54. Reyes, J.C. and Kalkan, E. “Relevance of Normal-Fault and Maximum Components of Ground-Motions on Nonlinear Behavior of Symmetric and Asymmetric Buildings in Near Fault Sites”, Proc. of the 15th World Conf. on Earthquake Engineering Lisbon, Portugal, 2012.
53. O’Donnell, A.P. Kurama, Y.C., Kalkan, E. and Taflanidis, A.A. “Calibration and evaluation of a reusable nonlinear frame structure for use in an experimental ground motion scaling study.” Joint Conference of the Engineering Mechanics Institute, South Bend, Indiana, 2012.
52. Reyes, J.C. and Kalkan, E. “Significance of Rotating Ground Motions on Nonlinear Behavior of Symmetric and Asymmetric Buildings in Near Fault Sites”, Proc. of the 9th International Conf. on Urban Earthquake Engineering / 4th Asia Conf. on Earthquake Engineering, March 6-8, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan, 2012.
51. Kalkan, E., Fletcher, J., Leith, W., McCarthy, J., and Banga, K. “Real-time Seismic Monitoring of Instrumented Hospital Buildings”, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute Annual Meeting, Memphis, Tennessee, 2012.
50. O’Donnell, A.P. Kurama, Y.C. and Kalkan, E. “Calibration and evaluation of a reusable nonlinear frame structure for use in an experimental ground motion scaling study”, NSF CMMI Engineering Research and Innovation Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, 2012.
49. Kalkan, E. “Seismic Instrumentation and Health Monitoring of Medical Centers in U.S.”, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute Annual Meeting, Memphis, Tennessee, 2012.
48. O’Donnell, A.P. Kurama, Y.C., Kalkan, E. and Taflanidis, A.A. “Calibration of a reusable nonlinear beam-column connection for use in an experimental ground motion scaling study.” American Society of Civil Engineering, Structures Congress, Chicago, Illinois, 2012.
2011    
47. Kalkan E. "U.S. National Strong Motion Project: Current Efforts and Future Directions for Alaska, University of Alaska", Anchorage, Alaska, 2011.
46. Segou, M., Parsons, T. and Kalkan, E. “Coulomb Static Stress Interactions between M>5 Earthquakes and Major Active Faults in Northern California”, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2011.
45. Hatayama, K. and Kalkan, E. “Long-Period (3 to 10 s) Ground Motions in and around the Los Angeles Basin during the Mw7.2 El-Mayor Cucapah Earthquake of April 4, 2010”, 4th IASPEI / IAEE International Symposium, University of California, Santa Barbara, California, 2011.
44. O’Donnell, A.P. Beltsar, O.A., Kurama, Y.C., Kalkan, E. and Taflanidis, A.A. “Evaluation of ground motion scaling methods for the nonlinear analysis of structural systems.” ASCE Structures Congress, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2011.
43. Segou, M. and Kalkan, E. “Ground Motion Attenuation during M7.1 Darfield and M6.3 Christchurch (New Zealand) Earthquakes and Performance of Global Predictive Models”, Southern California Earthquake Center Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, California, 2011.
2010    
42. Kalkan E. "U.S. National Strong Motion Project – Structural Instrumentation", University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, 2010.
41. Kalkan E. "Future of the U.S. National Strong Motion Project", University of California, Department of Civil Engineering, Irvine, California, 2010.
40. Kalkan E. "Assessment and Refinements on Conditional Mean Spectrum", University of Notre Dame, Department of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences, Notre Dame, Indiana, 2010.
39.

Kalkan E. "U.S. Geological Survey National Strong Motion Program", ARUP, San Francisco, California, 2010.

38. Kalkan, E. and Chopra, A.K. “Conditional Mean Spectrum: Assessment and Refinements”, Cosmos Annual Meeting, Berkeley, California, 2010.
37. Kalkan, E., Hatayama, K., Segou, M. and Sevilgen, V. “Characteristics of Ground Motion Attenuation during the M7.2 El Mayor Cucapah (Baja) Earthquake”, Southern California Earthquake Center Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, California, 2010.
36. Hatayama K. and Kalkan E. “Long-Period (3 to 10 s) Ground Motions Observed in and around the Los Angeles Basin during the Mw7.2 El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake and Their Implications on Oil Tanks”, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2010.
35. Hatayama, K. and Kalkan E. “Characteristics of Long-Period (3 to 10 s) Strong Ground Motions Observed in and around the Los Angeles Basin during the Mw7.2 El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake of April 4, 2010“, Southern California Earthquake Center Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, California, 2010.
34. Graizer, V. and Kalkan E. “Strong motion seismology and rotations: history and future directions”, Second International Workshop on Rotational Seismology, Prague, Czech Republic, 2010.
33. Kalkan E. and Graizer V. “Tilt Errors on Recorded Accelerations from Instrumented Structures”, Second International Workshop on Rotational Seismology, Prague, Czech Republic, 2010.
32. Graizer V., Kalkan E. and Lin, K.W. ”Extending and Testing Graizer-Kalkan Ground Motion Attenuation Model Using Atlas Database of Shallow Crustal Events”, 9th US National and 10th Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Toronto, Canada, 2010.
2009    
31. Kalkan E. “U.S. National Strong Motion Network: Recent and Ongoing Projects”, Second Euro-Mediterranean Meeting on Accelerometric Data Exchange and Archiving, Ankara, Turkey, 2009.
30. Kalkan E. “Seismic Monitoring of Building, Bridges and Lifelines“, ERA/CUBE Partners Meeting, Caltech, October, Pasadena, California, 2009.
29. Kalkan E. and Chopra A.K. “Modal Pushover-based Ground Motion Scaling Procedure”, Structural Engineering Association of California Annual Convention, San Diego, California, 2009.
28. Kalkan E. and Chopra A.K. “Modal Pushover-based Ground Motion Scaling Procedure for Nonlinear Analysis of Structures”, UJNR 41st Joint Panel Meeting, Tsukuba, Japan, 2009.
27. Kalkan E. and Chopra A.K. “Development of Modal Pushover-based Ground Motion Scaling Procedure”, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009
26. Graizer V., Kalkan E. and Lin, K.W., “Global Ground-motion Prediction Model for Shallow Crustal Regions”, Southern California Earthquake Center Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, California, 2009.
25. Graizer V., Kalkan E. and Lin, K.W. ” Graizer-Kalkan Ground Motion Attenuation Model based on Atlas Database of Shallow Crustal Events”, Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, Monterey, California, 2009.
24. Kalkan E., Wills C.J. and Branum D. “Seismic Hazard Mapping of California Incorporating State Wide VS30 Map”, Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, Monterey, California, 2009.
2008    
23. Kalkan E. "Rotational Seismology", University of California, Department of Civil Engineering, Los Angeles, California, 2008.
22. Kalkan E. "Adaptive Nonlinear Analysis as Applied to Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering", U.S. Geological Survey, Earthquake Science Center, Menlo Park, California, 2008.
21. Kalkan E. "Adaptive Nonlinear Analysis as a New Tool for Practicing Engineers", Tufts University, Department of Civil Engineering, Boston, Massachusett, 2008.
20. Kalkan E. "Nonlinear Static Analysis in Structural Engineering", Department of Mathematics, California State University, Sacramento, California.
19. Graizer V. and Kalkan E. “Novel Approach to Strong Ground Motion Attenuation Modeling”, 14th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, October 13, Beijing, China, 2008.
18. Kalkan E. and Graizer V. “Impacts of Rotational Ground Motions on Structures”, American Geophysics Union Annual Meeting, December, San Francisco, California, 2008.
17. Kalkan E., Wills C.J. and Branum D. “Seismic Hazard Mapping of California Incorporating Spatial Variability of Site Conditions”, Third East Bay Earthquake Hazards Conference, Hayward, California, 2008.
2007    
16. Kalkan E. “Rotational Components and their Impacts on Structural Systems”, First International Workshop on Rotation Seismology and Engineering Applications, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, 2007.
15. Kalkan E. “Energy-based Ground Motion Scaling Procedure”, University of California Berkeley, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2007.
2006    
14. Kalkan E. “Instrumented Moment Frame Steel Buildings Models“, Ground Motion Selection and Scaling Workshop, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center, University of California, Berkeley, California, 2006.
13. Kalkan E. “Strong-Motion Geotechnical Downhole Arrays in California”, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center Workshop on Evaluation of Nonlinear Site Response, Oakland, California, 2006.
12. Kalkan E. “Energy-based Ground Motion Scaling Procedure for Nonlinear Transient Analysis of Buildings”, Cosmos Annual Meeting, Berkeley, California, 2006.
11. Gulkan P. and Kalkan E. “Ground-motion Predictions for Turkish Earthquakes”, International workshop on comparative studies of the North Anatolian Fault and the San Andreas Fault (Southern California), Istanbul, Turkey, 2006.
10. Kalkan E., Haddadi H. and Shakal T. “Seismic Input Energy (EI) of Ground Motions During the 2004 (M6.0) Parkfield California Earthquake”, Eighth National Earthquake Engineering Conference, San Francisco, California, 2006.
9. Kalkan E. and Erduran E. “Duration Effect on Seismic Response of Structures”, Eighth National Earthquake Engineering Conference, San Francisco, California, 2006.
8. Kalkan E. and Kunnath S.K. “Evaluation of Adaptive Modal Combination Procedure for Vertically Irregular Structures”, Eighth National Earthquake Engineering Conference, San Francisco, California, 2006.
7. Kalkan E. and Kunnath S.K. “Evaluation of Two Ground Motion Scaling Methods to Estimate Mean Structural Demands“, Eighth National Earthquake Engineering Conference, San Francisco, California, 2006.
2005    
6. Kunnath S.K. and Kalkan E. “Capacity Curves: The IDA Capacity Curves: The Need for Alternative Intensity Need for Alternative Intensity Factors”, Structures Congress, New York, 2005.
5. Kunnath S.K., Jeremic B., Kalkan E., Larson L., Bauer, K. and Felten, A. “Application of the PEER Performance-based Methodology for Seismic Assessment of the I-880 Viaduct“, California Department of Transportation Bridge Research Conference, Sacramento, California, 2005.
4. Kalkan E. and Gulerce U. “Artificial-Neural-Network based Ground Motion Attenuation Models”, Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, 2005.
2004    
3. Kalkan E. and Kunnath S.K. “Method of Modal Combinations for Pushover Analysis of Buildings”, Thirteenth World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Vancouver, British Colombia, 2004.
2003    
2. Kalkan E. “Enhanced Seismic Resistant of Shear-Wall Dominant Building Structures”, State Engineering Week, New York Department of Transportation, Albany, New York, 2003.
1. Kalkan E. and Balkaya C. “Three-Dimensional Nonlinear Seismic Performance of Tunnel Form Buildings”, 13th Annual Meeting of Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, Portland, Oregon, 2003.