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“Using laser doppler vibrometer measurements on a vehicle for bridge damage detection”

On 16th May 2018, the paper titled "The Feasibility of Using Laser Doppler Vibrometer Measurements from a Passing Vehicle for Bridge Damage Detection" by Daniel Martinez (ESR12), his supervisor Eugene OBrien, and Abdollah Malekjafarian, came available in the website of Shock and Vibration. The paper is open access and can be downloaded at the DOI link of the publisher's website [...]

ESR makes top three in TRA Young Researcher competition

TRA VISIONS 2018 Young Researchers competition is the largest competition for Young Researchers in Europe for the transport industry and takes place every two years. The best final year and PhD students in Europe compete with each other. This year's winners were selected out of 169 young researchers from 56 different European universities that [...]

Joint publication on pavements, buildings, energy and marine infrastructure research by ESRs

This paper serves as a complement to the joint paper on TRUSS progress in bridge engineering already reported in SHMII-8. Here TRUSS ESRs and supervisors deal with TRUSS progress on infrastructure research other than bridges (i.e., braided FRP, concrete, nuclear racks, wind turbine towers, ships and ship unloaders and pavements). The title is 'Contributions [...]

“Embedded distributed optical fiber sensors in reinforced concrete structures-case study”

On 26th March 2018, Antonio Barrias (ESR11) published the paper titled "Embedded Distributed Optical Fiber Sensors in Reinforced Concrete Structures—A Case Study" together with his supervisors Joan Ramon Casas and Sergi Villalba, as part of the Special Issue Optical Fiber Sensors 2017 in Sensors, an original peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of Physical Sensing. This paper is open access [...]

“On the suitability of the generalized Pareto to model extreme waves”

On 6th March 2018, the paper titled "On the suitability of the generalized Pareto to model extreme waves" by Rui Teixeira (ESR4) and his supervisors Maria Nogal and Alan O'Connor got published online in the website of the Journal of Hydraulic Research. The paper can be downloaded at the DOI link of the publisher's website provided [...]

TRUSS featured in Impact magazine

Science Impact Magazine (www.impact.pub) has published a 3-page article about TRUSS featuring interviews to Federico Perrota (ESR13) and Arturo Gonzalez (coordinator) in the 2018 March issue. The latter features content from world’s leading research agencies, policy groups, universities and research projects with an editorial focus on ETN's / ITN’s within materials research, highlighting training and development [...]

“Distributed optical fiber sensors applied to monitoring of two structures”

On 23rd February 2018, the paper titled "Application of distributed optical fiber sensors for the health monitoring of two real structures in Barcelona" by Antonio Barrias (ESR11), Gerardo Rodriguez, and his supervisors Joan Ramon Casas and Sergi Villalba got published online in the website of the Structure and Infrastructure Engineering, Maintenance, Management, Life-Cycle Design and Performance. The [...]

Joint publication on bridge engineering research by ESRs

TRUSS ESRs and supervisors from WP5 have jointly published a paper on the project overall as well as results to date in each individual project carrying out research on bridges in a major conference on Structural Health Monitoring. The title is 'Structural Health Monitoring Developments in TRUSS Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network', by A. González, F. [...]

TRUSS in Science Week Ireland 2017

By the third consecutive year, TRUSS participated in Science Week Ireland. Again, TRUSS organised an outreach activity together with the UCD School of Civil Engineering and the Willow Park Junior School in Blackrock (Dublin) on the Monday 13th November 2017 from 9.30 am to 11.30 am. The activity targeted 112 nine-years old students in teams of four and five. First, John O'Sullivan (academic [...]