Task Group 1.1
Improving Seismic Resilience of Reinforced Concrete Structures

 

Mission Statement/Objectives

Provide a platform to exchange knowledge and provoke understanding in earthquake resilient design, vulnerability, and strengthening techniques for existing reinforced concrete structures.
 

Scope & Limitation

TG1.1 is focused on improved earthquake resilient structural design and on seismic strengthening and retrofitting strategies aimed towards earthquake resistant reinforced concrete structures. The main scope of this task group is to collect and evaluate codes for the design of ‘new’ earthquake resistant reinforced concrete structures and to also develop practical guidelines for the design of strengthened elements and structures.
 

Expected Project Output
  • To establish advice and support activities for the mitigation and reduction of seismic hazard
  • To organise special sessions and workshops, special issues, and to produce reports which could be considered for publication as SED

 

Start Date: October 2018
Target Date of Completion: October 2022

 

If you are interested to join Task Group 1.1 then please contact the Chair, Dr. Andreas Lampropoulos A.Lampropoulos@brighton.ac.uk

 

 

 

   
  Chair
  Andreas Lampropoulos, UK
   
  Vice Chair
  Stephanos Dritsos, Greece
   
  Members
  Eftychia Apostolidi, Austria
  Christos Giarlelis, Greece
  Sergio Hampshire Santos, Brazil
  Jose Jara, Mexico
  Diego Lo Presti, Italy
  Humberto Varum, Portugal
  Maria Pina Limongelli, Italy
  Toru Takeuchi, Japan
  Serge Montens, France
  Stefan Zmigrodzki, Canada
  Fatih Sutcu, Turkey
  Rodolfo Mendoza, Philippines
  Jeena Rachel Jayamon, USA
  Iman Hajirasouliha, UK
  Piyali Sengupta, India