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Interviews to fellow in Italian magazine and newspaper

The journalist Eugenio Milizia interviewed ESR9, Matteo Vagnoli, at the beginning of August 2016, for Casentino Più, a mainstream monthly Italian magazine. In the interview, Matteo spoke about TRUSS, the objectives of his research and his future goals. The interview has now been published in the October issue of “Casentino più” magazine under the gold list Section in an article titled "Excellencies, the [...]

Training in finite element modelling of composite materials

Sofia Antonopoulou (ESR1) is carrying out sophisticated finite element modelling to gather a better understanding of the impact of braided FRP (Fiber Reinforced Polymer) on reinforced concrete. For this purpose, she attended a specialised course on how to model composite materials using Abaqus finite element software in Vienna (Austria) from the 5th to the 7th [...]

TRUSS at national civil engineering research conference

With 119 full peer-reviewed technical papers, 5 keynote papers and over 180 delegates registered for the Civil Engineering Research in Ireland 2016 (CERI2016) conference, this edition, held in the Engineering Building at National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway, on 29th and 30th August, has been the largest in the conference series to date. The event counted [...]

Brochure introducing TRUSS ITN

The brochure provides a summary of the objectives of each individual research project in addition to the overall goals of TRUSS ITN. A printed leaflet of this file will be distributed in local events targeting a general audience, such as "Open Days" held by the Universities participating in the consortium, and at national workshops and international symposia. Below, you [...]

ESRs at SHM, prognostics and management forums

Three Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) were present in European conferences organised jointly at the Euskalduna Conference Center in Bilbao (Spain) from 5th to 8th July 2016. António Barrias (ESR11) and JJ Moughty (ESR10) from Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya and Matteo Vagnoli (ESR9) from University of Nottingham attended the 8th European Workshop on Civil Structural Health Monitoring (EWSHM 2016) and the 3th European [...]

ESR participates at “Fly, Scan, Print” open day

ESR14, Siyuan Chen, participated in the organisation of the free event "Fly Scan Print" by U3D that took place on the Wednesday 22nd June 2016. Most of visitors were aged from 18 to 30, with a majority of college students. Also some parents brought their children to enjoy the activity. There was at least 150 people that attended the exhibition [...]

TRUSS at structural health monitoring workshop

Four Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) and two main supervisors from TRUSS attended the 6th workshop on Civil Structural Health Monitoring (CHMS-6). António Barrias (ESR11) and JJ Moughty (ESR10) from Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Farhad Huseynov (ESR7) and Prof. James Brownjohn from Full Scale Dynamics and Daniel Martínez Otero (ESR12) and Prof. Eugene OBrien from University College Dublin met with other [...]

A review of distributed optical fiber sensors for civil engineering applications

On the 23rd May 2016, Antonio Barrias (ESR11) published the paper titled "A Review of Distributed Optical Fiber Sensors for Civil Engineering Applications" together with his supervisors Joan Ramon Casas and Sergi Villalba, in the Physical Section of Sensors, an original peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of Physical Sensing. Abstract: The application of structural health monitoring (SHM) [...]

Attendance to Microlise transport conference

Federico Perrotta (ESR13) together with his supervisor Dr Tony Parry attended the Microlise Transport Conference 2016 which took place on the 18th May at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK. The conference received more than 1,000 delegates in a 6,000 m2 space for both the conference and exhibition areas, from which 4,000 m2 were exhibition space [...]