The sixth edition of the INFRARISK- Summer Workshop was held at University of Aveiro, on the 11th of September 2020.
Research work carried out in the scope of the scholarships attributed in the framework of the Doctoral Program InfraRisk- was presented and discussed:
- A BIM-Based Methodology for the Seismic Performance Assessment of Existing URM-RC Buildings – Gonçalo Lopes, 3rd year student, University of Aveiro
- Towards an Integrated Vulnerability-Based Approach for Evaluating, Managing and Mitigating Earthquake Risk in Urban Areas – Rafael Ramírez Eudave, 2nd year student, University of Minho
- Development of Rapid Methods for Seismic Assessment of Existing Masonry Buildings – Vasco Bernardo, 3rd year student, LNEC, University of Aveiro
- Development of aluminium alloy hysteretic damping system: Material characterization and cross section analysis – Ricardo Ferreira, 3rd year student, IST
- Exploring Benefit-Cost Analysis for Earthquake Risk Reduction – Holger Lovon, 2nd year student, University of Aveiro
- Experimental testing in support of a seismic risk assessment – Gidewon Goitom Tekeste, 5th year student, LNEC, University of Aveiro
- Seismic Risk Mitigation Strategies; Pre Code RC buildings – Sanam Moghimi, 5th year student, LNEC, University of Minho
- Experimental investigations on wall-to-diaphragm connections – Maria Pia Ciocci, 4th year student, LNEC, University of Minho
- Risk-based analysis of bridge scour prediction – Ana Margarida Bento, 4th year student, LNEC, FEUP
- Development of Multi-Hazard Risk Indicators for Immovable Cultural Heritage – Luis Gerardo Flores Salazar, 2nd year student, FEUP
Infrastructures & Geotechnics
- Risk analysis of transmission lines systems to natural hazards with emphasis on earthquakes and extreme winds. Seismic Collapse Risk of a lattice Transmission Tower – Fábio Paiva, 4th year student, IST
- Effect of Earthquake Risk on the Real Estate Market. An application to Lisbon – João Fragoso Januário, 2nd year student, IST
- Increasing resilience and robustness of critical infrastructures to hazards using artificial intelligence and structural monitoring – Fabiana Navia, 2nd year student, LNEC, FEUP
- Risk management applied to cultural heritage buildings. The effect of soil settlements and vibrations induced by underground structures –Georgios Karanikoloudis, 5th year student, University of Minho
- Current research activities on disaster resilience and emergency response after disasters in Italy – Gian Paolo Cimellaro, University of Torino, Italy
The workshop promoted interaction, discussion of future development amongst participants, colleagues and academic staff from the Board of Studies (BoS) and Board of Advisors (BoA) to PhD Supervisors.
Detailed program of the workshop is available here.