Webinar on Structural Studies and Repairs of Modern and Historical Constructions

1st December 2021, 2pm to 4pm (GMT)

Webinar on Structural Studies and Repairs of Modern and Historical ConstructionsOverview

This webinar is intended to describe pieces of research carried out on modern and heritage buildings subject to many different classes of loads, including earthquake effects. Evaluation of the current safety of old constructions and conceptual approaches about how to deal with historical cities will be also presented.

The webinar will consist of four 20-minute presentations selected among the best papers presented at our 2021 conferences and also include a 30-minute Q&A section at the end to allow attendees to make questions to the presenters.

Webinar Presentations

The programme will include the following presentations:

  • "Digital survey and parametric 3D modelling for the vulnerability assessment of masonry heritage. The Basilica of San Domenico in Siena"
    Angelo Massafra, University of Bologna, Italy

  • "Post-colonial industrial heritage in north Africa. The case of the city of Casablanca – Morocco"
    Chaima Seddiki, University of Mons, Belgium

  • "Strength balance on steel damper columns and surrounding beams in reinforced concrete frame with damper columns"
    Kenji Fujii, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan

  • "Adaptive reuse heritage addressing Sustainability potentials, Analytical case study in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates"
    Iman Abdelshahid Ibrahim, University of Sharjah, UAE

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Attendance of the webinar is free of charge.

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