Gabriele Milani is Associate Professor at Politecnico di Milano (2014-present) with habilitation as Full Professor (2017). His research focuses on masonry modeling and safety assessment of historic masonry in seismic area. He works on FEM limit analysis, rubber vulcanization and seismic isolation. He has been awarded with a Telford Premium (2012) by ICE, a Bathe Award (2014) and a most cited author diploma for a paper in Computers and Structures (2006). He has co-authored more than 130 ISI papers. He is EIC of a Journal (International Journal of Masonry Research and Innovation) and co-editor of a journal generalist for Civil Engineering.
) Department of Architecture, Built environment and Construction engineering ABC Technical University of Milan Milan Italy
Department of Civil Engineering Ryerson University Toronto
, ON Canada
Giuseppe Vairo is Professor of Mechanics of Solids and Structures at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” (Italy), where he achieved the PhD in Structural Engineering on 2002 and the Master Degree (summa com laude) in Mechanical Engineering on 1998. He was Visiting Professor at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Sorbonne Universités, Paris) on 2016 in the framework of the PACHA Program (Programme d’Accueil de Chercheurs de HAut niveau). Main research topics: structural modelling, computational mechanics, fluid-structure interaction and aeroelasticity, long-span bridges, composite materials, nanoporous materials, plasticity, tensegrity structures, biomechanics. Author of more than 150 publications (more than 70 peer-reviewed), many lectures in international and national congresses, 2 European Patents.
) Department of Civil Engineering & Computer Science University of Rome Rome Italy
Ahmet Can Altunışık is an associate professor in the Department of Civil Engineering of the Karadeniz Technical University since 2011. He obtained a BSc and PhD with concentration in structural identification of highway bridges using experimental and analytical methods from Karadeniz Technical University (Turkey). His research focuses on experimental modal analyses, finite element analyses, damage detection, structural health monitoring, structural dynamic, earthquake engineering, and historical masonry structures. He has authored more than 200 scientific publications mainly on peer-reviewed international index journals and conference proceedings.
) Department of Civil Engineering Karadeniz Technical University Trabzon Turkey
Associate Professor in the field of Materials Science and Technology, Faculty of Civil
and Industrial Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome. Ph.D. in Industrial Chemical
Processes. He is the author of more than 110 publications on international journal or
national and/or international conferences proceedings, in the fields of Applied
Chemistry, Material Technology and Waste and Wastewater treatment. Since 2002 he
has been the coordinator of several Research Programs funded by National or
International Agencies or Enterprises. He has been the member of The Steering
Committe of several international and national Conferences.
) Dipartimento di Ingegneria Chimica Universita La Sapienza via Eudossiana Italy
Dr. Robert Jankowski obtained his PhD degree (doctorate) from the University of Tokyo (Japan) and DSc degree (habilitation) from the Gdansk University of Technology (Poland). He also holds the title of professor granted by the President of Poland. Currently Dr. Robert Jankowski is a Professor (Full Professor) at the Gdansk University of Technology (Poland). He has published more than 250 scientific papers and conference articles in the filed of civil engineering.
) Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering Gdansk University of Technology Gdansk Poland
Kaveh , Ali is professor of structural engineering at Iran University of Science and Technology. He obtained his PhD (1974) from Imperial College, London, and DTech Bauwesen (1993) from TU-Wien. His honors include the Memorable Scientist of Iran and Gold Medal of Education. He is a fellow of the Iranian Academy of Sciences, fellow of the World Academy of Sciences and Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, and member of 10 other scientific societies, founder and editor of more than 5 scientific journals and advisory member of many journals and conferences. He has published 550 scientific journal papers, 150 conference paper, 24 books in Farsi and 8 books in English.
) Department of Civil Engineering Iran University of Science and Technology Tehran Iran
PhD, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.
SCOPUS - Author ID: Author ID: 7201861873; h-index: 20
Academic Rank – Professor in the Geotechnical Engineering. Works in the area of Computational Geomechanics, Soil Dynamics and Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering, Geophysics, Numerical simulation to assess the stability of tunnels.
Published more than about 150 papers in several top class International Journals. Editorial Member of several International Journals. Guided successfully a more than a dozen PhD students.
) Department of Civil Engineering Indian Institute of Science Bangalore India
Massimo Latour got his PhD at the University of Salerno in 2011with a thesis entitled "Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of Dissipative Beam-to-Column Joints in Moment Resisting Steel Frames”. In the same year, he became a post-doctoral fellow at Salerno where he is currently working and teaching civil engineering with professorship contracts. He is heavily involved in experimental and theoretical research. His contribution to the scientific community is demonstrated by the works published in peer-reviewed journals and in national and international conferences. His research activity mainly deals with seismic design, connections’ behavior, wooden and steel structures, finite element modeling and the development of strategies for supplemental damping in seismic zone.
) Department of Civil Engineering University of Salerno Salerno Italy
Dr. Alex Ching-Tai Ng is currently Senior Lecturer at University of Adelaide. He earned his B.Eng with First-class honours and M.Phil from City University of Hong Kong, and PhD from The University of Queensland. He specialises in fundamental and applied research in structural health monitoring (SHM). His research interests include SHM, guided wave non-destructive evaluation, system identification, engineering reliability and risk analysis and composite materials. He is interested in applying SHM techniques to different engineering areas.
) School of Civil, Environmental & Mining Engineering The University of Adelaide Adelaide Australia
Dr. Shindo received his Doctor of Engineering from Tohoku University in 1977. He is currently a President of Tohoku Polytechnic College and an Emeritus Professor of Tohoku University. Dr. Shindo also served on the Board of Editors of International Journal of Solids and Structures and as the Editor in Chief of Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures, and is currently serving as the Editor in Chief of The Open Mechanical Engineering Journal and Editor in Chief of International Journal of Metallugical & Materials Engineering, and on the Advisory Board of Acta Mechanica, the International Editorial Board of AES Technical Reviews International Journal, the Editorial Advisory Board of The Open Civil Engineering Journal/The Open Textile Journal/The Open Conference Proceeding Journal/The Open Physics Journal (formerly The Open Mechanics Journal), the Editorial Board of many scientific journals.
) Department of Materials Processing Tohoku University Sendai Japan
Dr. Tena-Colunga obtained his MSc. and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Currently he is a Professor at Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco in Mexico City. He is Member of the Mexican Academy of Engineering since 2000 and member of the National System of Researchers of Mexico since 1993. He has published more than 300 scientific publications. He is a member of the Committee for the Seismic Design Regulations for Building Structures for the Manual of Civil Works, a model building code of Mexico.
) Departamento de Materiales Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco Ciudad de México Mexico
J. Tamošaitienė Department of Construction Technology and Management Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Vilnius Lithuania
F. Bombardelli Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of California Davis, CA USA
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon ( INSA ) Villeurbanne France
J.R. Casas School of Civil Engineering Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelona Spain
A. Climent Dipartimento de Mecánica de Estructuras Universidad de Granada Granada Spain
L.R. Dharani Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Missouri University of Science & Technology Rolla, MO USA
Department of Civil Engineering The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
School of Engineering Cardiff University Cardiff UK
Institute for Mechanics of Materials and Structures Vienna University of Technology Karlsplatz Austria
G.De. Matteis Department of Architecture and Industrial Design University of Campania Aversa Italy
Department of Chemistry An Institution of National Importance Bhopal India
Department of Safety, Health and Environmental Engineering Hungkuang University Taiwan
Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences Warsaw Poland
Department of Environmental Science Wuhan University Wuhan China
Constantin E. CHALIORIS, Civil engineer, MSc, PhD, Associate Professor in Reinforced Concrete (RC), Director of the Structural Engineering Division, Civil Engineering Dept., Democritus University of Thrace, Greece. Teaching: 8 undergraduate, 3 postgraduate courses. Supervisor of 5 PhDs. Reviewer in 50 peer-reviewed International journals. Research experiences: Design-Analysis of RC structures; Testing; Repair/Strengthening techniques (resin injections, FRPs, SCC, Jacketing); Torsional-Shear analysis; Steel-Fibrous-Concrete; Damage detection and real-time structural integrity assessment of RC members using piezoelectric sensors. Author or co-author of over 90 journal, chapters in books and conference papers. Over 400 citations (excluding self-citations). h-index: 11 (Scopus), 13 (Google Scholar) – May 2017.
) Department of Civil Engineering Democritus University of Thrace Xanthi Greece
Ernesto Grande is Associate Professor of Structural Engineering at University Gugliemo Marconi in Rome. His research activity, testified by numerous papers published on both international journals and conference proceedings, focuses on different topics of Civil Engineering. Among these: experimental and F.E. modeling of masonry and RC structures strengthened by FRP materials; seismic design and dynamic analysis of steel structures; dynamic identification and damage detection of structures; innovative approaches for the optimization of grid shell structures. He has been involved in research activities carried out in the context of both international committees (RILEM-TC223-MSC) and Italian research programs (RELUIS-task 3.1).
) Department of Sustainability Engineering University of Guglielmo Marconi Rome Italy
Megat Azmi Megat Johari (M.A. Megat Johari) is currently a Professor at the School of Civil Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia. He obtained his MSc and PhD from the University of Leeds. His research focusses on the broad area of concrete materials and technology with emphasis on supplementary cementitious materials, high strength and high performance concrete, alkaline activated binders and geopolymers, as well as concrete repair, evaluation and retrofitting. He has supervised 15 PhD and 9 MSc students. He has published more than 40 papers in ISI indexed journals.
) School of Civil Engineering Universiti Sains Malaysia Pulau Pinang Malaysia
Said KENAI is currently a Professor of concrete technology and building materials at the civil engineering department, University Saâd Dahleb-Blida1, Algeria. He obtained his PhD from the University of Leeds (UK) in 1988. He is the chairman of the civil engineering research laboratory, a member of ACI, a founding member of the African Materials Research Society (MRS-Africa) and a member of RILEM TC-ISC (In situ strength assessment of concrete). His main research interests include concrete durability, cement replacement materials, reuse of waste, earth constructions, self-compacting concrete and repair and strengthening of structures.
) Civil Engineering Department University of Blida Blida ALGERIA
Dong Ngoduy obtained his Ph.D. degree in traffic flow theory and simulation from the Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, in 2006. He currently leading the Connected Traffic and Complex Systems Lab at the University of Canterbury (New Zealand), which looks into modelling and managing the operations of heterogeneous intelligent traffic flow in networks. In addition, Professor Ngoduy has published over 80 papers in the field, served as Associate Editor of Transportmetrica Part A: Transport Science and Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics, is an editorial board member in the Open Transportation journal, and acts as a member of the EPSRC (the UK Research Council) peer-review college. His research pursues the development of traffic flow theory in networks. These include the modelling and analysis of the dynamics of traffic flow in time and space, for example, the formation and dissipation of traffic congestion, the propagation of stop-and-go traffic jams, applying advanced methodologies in traffic state estimation techniques, and information and communication technologies (ICT) to traffic management.
) Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering University of Canterbury Canterbury New Zealand
Dr. Li is a registered engineer in Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ). He is an Associate Professor of Department of Civil, Geological and Mining Engineering, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Montréal, Quebec, Canada. Dr. Li is the author or co-author of 95 journal and conference papers. He is reviewer of more than 17 refereed journals. Over the years, Dr. Li is particularly active in numerical modeling and analytical solution development for the design of backfilled openings (mine stopes, trenches, silos, retaining walls, etc.).
) Department of Civil, Geological and Mining Engineering École Polytechnique de Montréal Montréal, QC Canada
Dr. Jianlei Niu is Professor of Building Environment and Energy, Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Design, The University of Sydney. He was a Chair Professor at Department of Building Services Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Taishan Scholar of Shandong Jianzhu University. He received his BSc and MSc from Tsinghua University and PhD from Delft University of Technology. He also had an industrial R&D experience in UK. Dealing with turbulence modelling and CFD (computational fluid dynamics), he has published over 200 technical papers and gave numerous invited lectures. He has successfully supervised over ten PhD students.
He serves an editor-in-chief of the Elsevier journal Energy and Buildings.
) Department of Building Services Hong Kong Polytechnic University Kowloon Hong Kong
Ian F.C. Smith is Professor of Structural Engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland. He received his PhD from Cambridge University, UK in 1982. His research interests are on intersections of computer science with structures and urban systems. In 2004, he was elected to the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences and in 2005, he received the Computing in Civil Engineering Award from the ASCE. He is currently a Principal Investigator in the Singapore-ETH Future Cities Laboratory and since 2011, he is an Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, USA.
) School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne Lausanne Switzerland
Professor Baolin Wang received his PhD degree from Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) of China in 1998. He was subsequently promoted from lecturer (April 1998–October 1999), associate professor (November 1999–June 2002) to full professor (since July 2002) in the same institute. He was a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow (2000) with Shizuoka University in Japan, ARC Australian Research Fellow with Sydney University (2003), ARC Future Fellow with the University of New South Wales (2010). His research interests cover fracture mechanics of advanced materials, computational mechanics, thermal stress and micro/nano- mechanics. He has coauthored three books and more than 200 SCI journal papers.
) Graduate School at Shenzhen Harbin Institute of Technology Harbin China
E. Artioli Department of Civil Engineering and Computer Science University of Rome - Tor Vergata via del Politecnico Rome Italy
C. Basaran Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering University at Buffalo Buffalo, NY USA
J.M. Cabrero Department of Building Services, Construction and Structures Universidad de Navarra Navarra Spain
Department of Structural Mechanics Technical University of Cluj Napoca Cluj Napoca Romania
S. Dimova Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen European Laboratory for Structural Assessment Ispra Italy
Dpto. Ingeniería de la Construcción Universidad de Alicante Alicante Spain
S. Kalogirou Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Sciences and Engineering Cyprus University of Technology Limassol Cyprus
Department of Civil Engineering Jiangsu University Zhenjiang China
Technical University (Politecnico) of Milan Milan Italy
MS2Discovery Interdisciplinary Research Institute Wilfrid Laurier University Waterloo, ON Canada
H. Rubin Faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering Technion-Israel Institute of Technology Haifa Israel
Institute of Construction and Architecture Slovak Academy of Sciences Bratislava Slovakia
Structural Engineering Department State University of Rio de Janeiro – UERJ Rio de Janeiro Brazil