UNIRSMEventi SMEES – San Marino Earthquake Engineering Symposium

SMEES – San Marino Earthquake Engineering Symposium

Inizio

06.07.2024

9:30 am

Fine

06.07.2024

1:00 pm

Organizzatori

  • Università degli Studi della Repubblica di San Marino
  • Segretario di Stato per il Territorio e l’Ambiente, l’Agricoltura, la Protezione Civile e i Rapporti con l’A.A.S.L.P.

Convegno

Luogo

Centro Storico di San Marino (UNESCO)

SMEES unisce ricercatori da tutto il mondo per discutere lo stato dell’arte delle questioni di Ingegneria Sismica: resilienza sismica, nuove tecnologie, metodologie innovative, monitoraggio strutturale, funzionalità infrastrutturale e protezione delle comunità.

SMEES intende creare una discussione attiva tra mondo accademico e professionale espandendo i mutui interessi e sviluppando nuove prospettive.

Speakers

Dr. Joel P Conte
Distinguished Professor of Structural Engineering at the University of California, San Diego.

Dr. Davide Forcellini
Professor at University of San Marino, Visiting researcher at University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

Dr. Hassan Karampour
Deputy Head of School (Research) and Associate Professor of Structural Engineering at Griffith School of Engineering and Built Environment, a Chartered Professional Structural Engineer and a Fellow member of Engineers Australia.

Dr. Stergios-Aristoteles Mitoulis
PhD, DiplEng, MSc, CEng MICE, M.ASCE, M.EAEE, FHEA, Associate Professor, Senior Fellow, Head of Structures, University of Birmingham.

Dr. Alessandro Palermo
Professor at the University of California, San Diego, Fellow of the International Association of Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE), Engineering New Zealand, the New Zealand Society of Earthquake Engineering (NZSEE).

Dr. Lizhi Sun
Professor in Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at University of California, Irvine (UCI).

Dr. Hing Ho Tsang
Professor at Swinburne University of Technology · Department of Civil and Construction Engineering, Australia’s National Delegate to the International Association for Earthquake Engineering.

 

Programma

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