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Ομιλητές Prof. Mauro Dolce Dir., Italian Civil Protection Prof. Gaetano Manfredi University of Napoli Federico II Prof. Gian Michele Calvi University of.

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1 Ομιλητές Prof. Mauro Dolce Dir., Italian Civil Protection Prof. Gaetano Manfredi University of Napoli Federico II Prof. Gian Michele Calvi University of Pavia Η Μ Ε Ρ Ι Δ Α Σεισμός Abruzzi (L'Aquila) M=6.3, Εμπειρίες από τη διαχείριση της κρίσης και την αποκατάσταση των βλαβών ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ ΤΜΗΜΑ ΑΝΤΙΣΕΙΣΜΙΚΗΣ ΜΗΧΑΝΙΚΗΣ ΤΕΧΝΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΜΕΛΗΤΗΡΙΟ ΕΛΛΑΔΑΣ- ΤΜΗΜΑ Κ. ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑΣ

2 Σεισμός Abruzzi (L'Aquila), M=6.3, Εμπειρίες από τη διαχείριση της κρίσης και την αποκατάσταση των βλαβών Prof. Mauro Dolce Director of Seismic Risk, Italian Department of Civil Protection Professor of Structural Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, Italy His research activity has been mainly related to Earthquake and Structural Engineering problems, mostly dealing with the seismic behaviour and vulnerability of masonry and R/C buildings and bridges, the use of advanced materials and techniques for the seismic protection of bridges and buildings, with particular concern on seismic retrofitting techniques Author of more than 300 papers, published in journals national and international reviews and conference proceedings; four books and seven (7) patents relevant to aseismic devices and systems He coordinated the technical and scientific activities after the 2009 Abruzzo Earthquake carried out by the Italian civil protection service He is the Vice-president of the European Ass. of Earthquake Engineering

3 Prof. Gaentamo Manfredi Professor of Construction Design and Head of Department of Structural Analysis and Design at the University of Naples Federico II In charge for many research projects funded by the European Community, the Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research, the Civil Protection Department and several national and international Research Centres and Private Companies Main field of interests: reinforced concrete buildings undergoing seismic actions, reinforced bridge decks, reinforced tuff masonry buildings, reinforced monuments, composite materials, innovative materials in monuments protection Author of more than 200 scientific papers, published by national and international journals, national and international congresses and workshops Member of many international organizations (ISO, FIB, etc.) Σεισμός Abruzzi (L'Aquila), M=6.3, Εμπειρίες από τη διαχείριση της κρίσης και την αποκατάσταση των βλαβών

4 Prof. Gian Michele Calvi Professor of Structural Design at the Università degli Studi di Pavia Director of the ROSE School of Pavia and EUCENTRE PhD from the Politecnico di Milano and a Honorary Doctorate from the University of Cujo, Mendoza, Argentina Associate Editor of the Journal of Earthquake Engineering. Author of more than 250 publications; among them two major books: Seismic design and retrofit of bridges (written with M.J.N. Priestley and F. Seible, 1996 and Displacement-Based Seismic Design of Structures (with M.J.N. Priestley and M.J. Kowalsky, 2007) His research interest are related to the seismic design and assessment of bridges and buildings, with emphasis to experimental and numerical aspects He has been involved in the seismic design and verification of several hundreds buildings and bridges and has been the designer of a rapid reconstruction intervention after the L’Aquila earthquake (2009, 185 base isolated buildings) Σεισμός Abruzzi (L'Aquila), M=6.3, Εμπειρίες από τη διαχείριση της κρίσης και την αποκατάσταση των βλαβών


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