WORKSHOP : New perspectives in seismic risk assessment and resilience enhancement

OBJECTIVES
The Earthquake Engineering with Disaster Management (EEDM) MSc programme and the
Earthquake and People Interaction Centre (EPICentre) at the University College London
(UCL) are conducting a reconnaissance field trip in Italy from the 4th to the 8th of June 2018.
The team will study the impacts of the 2016-2017 Central Italy Earthquakes and will also visit
the areas affected by the 2009 L’Aquila Earthquake. The reconnaissance trip will be focused
on six main themes: 1. Seismic performance observation of new and existing structures
(masonry, reinforced concrete and steel, residential and industrial); 2. Non-destructive tests on
diagnostics of existing buildings; 3. Detailed and systematic damage data collection for the
development of fragility and vulnerability models for the building typologies damaged by the
2016-2017 Central Italy Earthquakes; 4. Seismic performance of schools and cultural heritage
structures and their impacts on community resilience; 5. Emergency response and disaster
management; 6. Experience and perspectives of people, local communities, and organizations
involved in the 2016-2017 Central Italy Earthquakes.

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WORKSHOP : New perspectives in seismic risk assessment and resilience enhancement 
Tuesday 5 June 2018  
2.30 pm – 7.00pm  University of Camerino  Via A. D'Accorso, 16,  62032 Camerino MC University of Camerino - University College of London

PROGRAM Welcome and introduction
Chairman: Graziano Leoni (UniCAM)
2:30pm
Claudio Pettinari - Provost of the University of Camerino
Giuseppe Losco - Director of the School of Architecture and Design
Fabio Freddi - UCL, EPICentre and the EEDM MSc
Graziano Leoni - The REDI Project
Andrea Dall'Asta - Introduction to the Workshop
Scientific contributions
Chairmans: Fabio Freddi (UCL) & Andrea Dall'Asta (UniCAM)
3:20pm - Advanced tools for seismic risk assessment
Fabrizio Scozzese (UniCAM - School of Advanced Studies)
3:40pm - Ground motion generation using real and synthetic seismic scenarios
Catalina Fortuno Jara (UCL - EEDM MSc Student)
4:00pm - Collapse probability and actual safety of seismic isolation
Fabio Micozzi (UniCAM - School of Advanced Studies)
4:20pm - Structural reliability of RC connections: a comparison of building codes
Francesco Morfuni (UCL - EEDM MSc Student)
4:40pm – Coffee Break
5:00pm - Damage and vulnerability of churches during the Centre-Italy 2016 sequence
Michele Morici (UniCAM - School of Architecture and Design)
5:20pm - Masonry buildings: code and evidences from the ground
Valentina Putrino (UCL - Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering)
5:40pm - Hybrid structures: the INNO-HYCO project
Alessandro Zona (UniCAM - School of Architecture and Design)
6:00pm - Seismic analysis of a water tower: A fluid-structure-soil interaction problem
Michail Spyridis (UCL - EEDM MSc Student)
6:20pm - External damping systems in the seismic upgrading of existing structures
Laura Gioiella (UniCAM - School of Architecture and Design)
6:40pm – A dual steel frame with high post-yield metallic dampers
Marco Baiguera (UCL – Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering)
7:00pm - Conclusions and joined activities perspectives
Fabio Freddi (UCL – Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering)

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