STAND4HERITAGE

NEW STANDARDS FOR SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF BUILT CULTURAL HERITAGE

STAND4HERITAGE (New STANDards for seismic assessment of built cultural HERITAGE) ambitiously engages in introducing new standards for safeguarding built cultural heritage for the next generations, which is a major societal demand. Due to their large diversity, the accurate description of the structural behaviour of heritage buildings is still an open issue, particularly when subjected to earthquake ground motions.

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Latest News

July 22

Ancient masons demonstrated mastery to build robust masonry structures by arranging chaotic masonry patterns using raw materials such as irregular...

July 10

The S4H team recently published a new paper in the Construction and Building Material Journal. This research focuses on the...

June 30

After having designed it a few months ago, the S4H team recently installed a large settlement table for experimental testing....

June 26

The S4H team recently presented the ongoing study on WP1 in the “Consortium of Organizations for Strong Motion Observation Systems...

June 9

Mr. Angel just arrived from Politecnico di Milano (Italy) where he finished his second M.Sc., to join the S4H team...

May 4

S4H team members recently presented their research work in the 2022 (April 4-8, 2022, Guimarães, Portugal) peer-review meeting of the...

April 24

The Historical and Masonry Structures (HMS) group of the Institute for Sustainability and Innovation in Structural Engineering (ISISE), University of...

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Opportunities

You are a student or a researcher interested in the project, we would be glad to collaborate with you. You want to come at UMinho, please contact us.

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