5CNIS & 1CNISS (2014)

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Keynote Speakers

Stavros A. Anagnostopoulos

Professor Emeritus, University of Patras, Greece,

Chief Editor (Europe), Earthquakes and Structures

Presentation: Building torsion due to earthquakes: Recent developments

Alex Horia Barbat

Professor of Structural Mechanics and of Earthquake Engineering at the Technical University of Catalonia UPC, Barcelona, Spain

Senior researcher at the International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering CIMNE, Barcelona, Spain

 Presentation: Probabilistic seismic risk scenarios: Is their comparison with observed damage possible?

John Douglas

Ph.D., HDR, Engineering Seismologist at BRGM (French Geological Survey), France

Visiting Professor at the Earthquake Engineering Research Centre, University of Iceland

Presentation: Estimation of Strong Ground Motion: Aleatory Variability and Epistemic Uncertainty

Rainer Flesch

Professor at Graz University of Technology TU Graz and at Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH AIT, Wien, Austria

Presentation: Combination of dynamic in-situ measurements on structures with calculations – the meaning for assessment of the earthquake resistance

 Sergio Lagomarsino

Professor of Structural Engineering, Department of Civil, Environmental and Chemical Engineering, Polytechnic School – University of Genoa, Italy

 Presentation: Development of fragility functions for masonry and RC buildings by observational, analytical and hybrid methods

 Antonella Peresan

Ph.D., Seismologist at the Department of Mathematics and Geosciences, University of Trieste, Italy

 Presentation: Neo-deterministic seismic hazard assessment: an operational scenario-based approach from national to local scale

Matsutaro Seki

Visiting research fellow of Building Research Institute, Tsukuba, Japan
Former JICA long term expert in Romania

Presentation: The current topics on Japanese seismic resistant buildings in Japan

 

The 6th National Conference of Earthquake Engineering and The 2nd National Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Seismology