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

November 13

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

November 2

Dr Marco Funari has recently joined the S4H Team as Postdoctoral Researcher. Dr Funari also served as a postdoctoral researcher...

October 27

Mrs. Vadalà from Italy recently joined the S4H team as a Ph.D. student. Federica graduated from the University of Catania,...

October 18

Mr Szabo recently joined the S4H team as a PhD candidate. Simon is graduated from the Budapest University of Technology...

September 20

Dr. Onur Kaplan visited the University of Minho to give a lecture about a novel post-earthquake structural damage assessment approach...

September 13

Mr. Hussaini from Iran recently joined the S4H team as a Ph.D. student. Sajad graduated from Sharif University of Technology,...

August 31

The S4H Team has recently published a research paper in the Journal of Engineering Mechanics (ASCE). The paper numerically investigates...

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