Vicki-Ann Dimas has more than 12 years’ experience in Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessments (PSHA) for complex water, building and infrastructure projects. She’s involved in various technical committees for advancing Standards and improving methodologies/processes particularly in seismic design. Vicki-Ann has extensively worked on more than 100 PSHA studies across Australia, the Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa regions. Prominent projects are for ANCOLD/ICOLD listed large dams, tailings storage facilities (TSF) and offshore oil & gas platforms and associated onshore plants and infrastructure. Recent work includes seismotectonic source modelling in the Solomon Islands, Indonesia, Western Australia, New South Wales and Mali for water storage and TSF dams. Vicki-Ann has worked on iconic projects such as Warragamba, Cotter, Mt Bold Dams in Australia, as well as new Wharf construction in Honiara, Solomon Islands, Lihir Seepage Barrier in Lihir Island, PNG, Moragahakanda in Sri Lanka, and offshore platforms throughout the Anadaman Sea and beyond.