About the Scientific Committee
The Scientific Committee (SC) is chaired by Dr Anthony Abu, University of Canterbury. The Committee consists of 88 members from 30 countries. The SC is elected by the Technical Committee of IABSE, chaired by Prof. Daia Zwicky Fribourg University of Applied Sciences.
Call for Papers
The Submission of Abstracts is closed. For Authors: Download Template for Full Papers here.
The Congress proceedings will be available in electronic format (ePDF via link) at the beginning of the Congress. Authors must register to the Congress in order to have their paper presented during the Congress and published in the proceedings.IABSE Conference Reports are abstracted and indexed under Scopus. We are delighted to have received over 150 paper submissions. All those that register for the virtual event will have access to the full proceedings.
Themes and Topics
The congress theme is ‘Resilient Technologies for Sustainable Infrastructures’. The Congress will provide the latest in technology and practice to enable structural engineers to design resilient and sustainable structures. The theme is reflected in the technical papers and invited presentations, which will cover the following topics:
- Earthquake engineering
- Developments of codes and standards
- Bridge engineering
- Multi-storey buildings
- Rehabilitation and modification of structures
- Forensic engineering
- Performance-based fire engineering
- Digital technology and fabrication
- Innovative forms, technologies and materials
- Performance under multi-hazards.
As a result of time zone differences the Technical Programme will run in a compressed format (approximately 4 -6 hours each day), using a flipped-classroom approach. Presentations (except keynotes) will be made available online on January 18, 2021 before the event, so participants can compile questions for the presenters to answer during discussion sessions. The sessions will cover all topics under our congress theme "Resilient Technologies for Sustainable Infrastructures” and are preceded each day by keynote lectures. All presentations will be recorded so you will have the opportunity to view in your own time. We are excited to be working with an Innovative Virtual Platform.
Note: Congress schedule is in Central European Time (CET) Zurich.
CET time zone has been adapted to maximize Live Q&A, Discussions and networking between participants.
Paper Presentations will be able to be viewed in your own time in advance of the event.
Get an overview on how to access presentations and more over the platform by watcching this video..
Presentations (except keynotes) will be made available online before the event on January 18, 2021,
so participants can compile questions for the presenters to answer during discussion sessions.
All presentations will be recorded so you will have the opportunity to view in your own time.
We are excited to be working with an innovative virtual platform which will include the following features:
• Paper presentations will be available to view on demand from January 18, 2021.
• Ability to add comments to a discussion forum for each paper presentation
• Live Q&A and discussion sessions with paper presenters
• 15 keynote and invited presenters sharing their expertise from around the world
• Opportunity to interact with the industry supporters through product demos and visiting their virtual exhibition booths
• Various opportunities for networking outside of the conference sessions via small randomly selected conversation groups, larger discussion groups or via the Meeting Hub, which allows you to have 1 to 1 side conversations with attendees either via instant messaging or video calls.
• We want to encourage you to interact with the virtual event as much as possible, there will a gamification feature which will allow you to earn points for prizes by interacting with certain aspects of the platform.
The programme will be enriched by well-known, technical and inspirational speakers . There are 15 keynotes speakers and you have the opportunity to hear them present on their specialist topic followed by some interactive discussion sessions. The confirmed keynote speakers are:
(Click on keynote titles to download abstracts available)
Lianne Dalziel, Mayor of Christchurch City Council, New Zealand
Topic: Resilience of Structures under Seismic and Multi-hazards
Stefano Pampanin, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Title: Seismic Safety and Energy Efficiency: Raising the International Bar to Enhance Community Resilience and Sustainability
Luke Bisby, University of Edinburgh, UK
Title: Adequacy' in Performance-Based (Fire) Engineering
Venkatesh Kodur, USA
Title: Strategies for Mitigating Fire Hazard in Bridges
Mark Sarkisian, Skidmore, Owing & Merrill, USA
Title: Inventive Approaches to Seismic Resiliency
Akio Kasuga, Sumitomi Mitsu Construction, Japan
Title: Technologies for Sustainability in the Seismic Country
Peter Burnton, Arup, Australia
Title: Five Pedestrian Bridges: Construction Opportunities and Constraints
Knut Stockhusen, Schlaich Bergmann Partner, Germany
Title: Move NOW
Philippe Block, ETH Zurich, Institute of Technology in Architecture, Switzerland
Title: Disruptive Innovation in Sustainable Concrete Construction
Carlo Ratti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Title: Senseable Cities
A Special Session: 'The History, the Failure and the Renaissance of the Morandi Bridge'
will be presented by 3 Keynote Speakers:
G. Michele Calvi, IUSS, Scuola Universitaria Superiore, Italy
Title: Design, Construction, Life and Failure of the Morandi Bridge
Tullia Iori, Tor Vergata, University of Rome, Italy
Title: Riccardo Morandi and his Invention
Angelo Vittozzi, Italferr, Italy
Title: The Genova's San Giorgio Bridge, The History of the Deck Project from Concept to Testing
Limin Sun, Tongji University, China
Title: Hybrid Monitoring of Bridge Structures
Dan Frangopol, Lehigh University, USA
Title: Risk, Resilience, Sustainability, and Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure in a Life-Cycle Context
See the Speakers' biographies below that have been provided to date:
Philippe Block, Switzerland
Dr. Philippe Block is a full professor at the Institute of Technology in Architecture at ETH Zurich, where he leads the Block Research Group (BRG) with Dr. Tom Van Mele. Philippe is also Director of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) in Digital Fabrication. Philippe studied architecture and structural engineering at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) in Belgium and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, where he earned his PhD in 2009. He applies research into practice on the design, engineering and construction of novel shell structures. He has won numerous awards, including most recently the Rössler Prize for most promising young professor from ETH Zürich (2018) and the Berlin Arts Prize 2018 for Baukunst.
Mark Sarkisian, Skidmore, Owing & Merrill, USA
Mark P. Sarkisian, PE, SE, LEED, BD+C, is the Partner of Seismic and Structural Engineering in the San Francisco office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and Structural Engineer in 16 states, and is LEED accredited for the design of new building and construction. Mark’s career has focused on developing innovative structural engineering solutions for over 100 major building projects around the world, including the 421 meter-tall Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai, China; the US Embassy in Beijing, China; the 412 meter-tall Al Hamra Fidrous Tower, Kuwait City, Kuwait; and the Cathedral of Christ the Light, Oakland, California. Mark holds nine U.S. Patents and five International Patents, including U.S. patents for seven high-performance seismic structural mechanisms designed to protect buildings in areas of high seismicity including the Pin-Fuse Seismic Systems and two U.S. patents for seismic and environmentally responsible structural systems including the Bay Arc Tidal Responsive Barrier and the Sustainable Form-Inclusion System.
Mark has authored over 100 technical papers related to the design of building structures, and in 2012 Mark completed his first book, “Designing Tall Buildings – Structure as Architecture,” published by Routledge. The second addition of the book was published in early 2016. He teaches integrated studio design courses focused on collaborative design opportunities that have included students from the University of California, Berkeley, California College of the Arts, Stanford University, California Polytechnic State University, Northeastern University, North Carolina State University, and the Pratt Institute. He is an invited speaker / lecturer and studio critic at several universities throughout the world including Lehigh University, the University of Connecticut, the Architectural Association – London, the University of Bristol, Stanford University, the University of California – Berkeley, the University of Colorado, and Alcala University – Madrid. He received his BS Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Connecticut where he is a Fellow of the Academy of Distinguished Engineers, MS Degree in Structural Engineering from Lehigh University, and an Honorary Doctorate Degree from Clarkson University.
Venkatesh Kodur, USA
Dr. Venkatesh Kodur is a University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan State University (MSU). He also serves as Director of the Centre on Structural Fire Engineering and Diagnostics at MSU. His research interests include: Evaluation of fire resistance of structural systems through large scale fire experiments and numerical modeling and Characterization of materials under high temperature. His research contributions has lead to the development of fundamental understanding on the fire behavior of material and structural systems and also resulted in numerous design approaches and innovative and cost-effective solutions for enhancing fire-resistance of structural systems. He has published over 450 peer-reviewed papers in journals and conferences, and has given numerous invited key-note presentations. He is one of the highly cited authors in Civil Engineering and as per Google Scholar, he has more than 12600 citations with an "h” index of 62. The methodologies, techniques and design guidelines, resulting from his research, have been incorporated in to various codes and standards, as well practical applications, in the US and around the world and are instrumental in minimizing the destructive impact of fire in the built infrastructure.
Prof. Kodur is a Fellow of six academies and institutes, including the Canadian Academy of Engineering, Indian National Academy of Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, Structural Engineering Institute, Society of Fire Protection Engineers, and American Concrete Institute. He is an Associate Editor of Journal of Structural Engineering, Journal of Structural Fire Engineering, Past Chairman of ACI Fire Protection Committee, Chairman of ASCE-29 (Fire) Standards Committee and a member of UK-EPSRC College of Reviewers. He has won many awards including MSU University Distinguished Professor, American Institute of Steel Construction Faculty Fellowship Award, MSU Distinguished Faculty Award, NRCC (Government of Canada) Outstanding Achievement Award and NATO Award for collaborative research. Dr. Kodur was part of the FEMA/ASCE Building Performance Assessment Team that studied the collapse of WTC buildings as a result of September 11 incidents.
Stefano Pampanin, Italy
Stefano Pampanin is Professor of Structural Engineering at the Department of Structural and Geotechnical Engineering at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” since 2015. He has been Professor of Structural Design and Earthquake Engineering and Chair of the Structural and Geotechnical Cluster at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, which he joined in 2002.
He is a Past President of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering (2012-2014), Fellow of IPENZ (Institute of Professional Engineers NZ,since 2015) and Fellow of NZSEE since 2017). In the past 20+ years, he has dedicated a significant effort in the research and development, codification and practical implementation of innovative solutions for the seismic design of low-damage building systems in concrete and timber, as well as for the seismic assessment and retrofit/rehabilitation of existing RC structures. He has been an active member of several national and international code/standard/guidelines committees. He is author of more than 450 scientific publications in the field of structural/earthquake engineering and received several awards for his research activities. Following the 2010-2011 Canterbury Earthquakes, he has played active and key roles in the recovery and post-earthquake research and investigation activities, supporting/informing the development of policy making related to the civil design and construction industry sector as well as the development/update of new design and assessment code/standards/guidelines.
Luke Busby, UK
Prof. Luke Bisby is Head of the Research Institute for Infrastructure and Environment and Personal Chair in Fire and Structures within the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. He is a fellow of The Institution of Structural Engineers, The Institution of Fire Engineers, The Royal Society of Edinburgh, and The International Institute for FRPs in Construction. He is a Chartered Structural Engineer in the UK and a Licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario, Canada. Luke is a member of the UK Standing Committees on Structural Safety (SCOSS) and Confidential Reporting on Structural Safety (CROSS); he sits on a number of code committees relevant to Structural Fire Engineering of concrete, steel, and timber structures internationally; and he is Co-Editor-in-Chief of Fire Safety Journal - the leading international journal in Fire Safety Science and Engineering.
Carlo Ratti, USA
An architect and engineer by training, Professor Carlo Ratti teaches at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he directs the Senseable City Lab, and is a founding partner of the international design and innovation office Carlo Ratti Associati. He graduated from the Politecnico di Torino and the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris, and later earned his MPhil and PhD at the University of Cambridge, UK. A leading voice in the debate on new technologies’ impact on urban life and design, Carlo has co-authored over 500 publications, including “The City of Tomorrow” (Yale University Press, with Matthew Claudel), and holds several technical patents. His articles and interviews have appeared on international media including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Financial Times, Scientific American, BBC, Project Syndicate,Corriere della Sera, Il Sole 24 Ore, Domus. His work has been exhibited worldwide at venues such as the Venice Biennale, the Design Museum Barcelona, the Science Museum in London, MAXXI in Rome, and MoMA in New York City.
Carlo has been featured in Esquire Magazine’s ‘Best & Brightest’ list and in Thames & Hudson’s selection of ‘60 innovators’ shaping our creative future. Blueprint Magazine included him as one of the ‘25 People Who Will Change the World of Design’, Forbes listed him as one of the ‘Names You Need To Know’ and Fast Company named him as one of the ’50 Most Influen-tial Designers in America’. He was also featured in Wired Magazine’s ‘Smart List: 50 people who will change the world’. Three of his projects – the Digital Water Pavilion, the Copenhagen Wheel and Scribit – have been included by TIME Magazine in the list of the ‘Best Inventions of the Year’.
Carlo has been a presenter at TED (in 2011 and 2015), program director at the Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design in Moscow, curator of the BMW Guggenheim Pavilion in Berlin, and was named Inaugural Innovator in Residence by the Queensland Government. He was the curator of the Future Food District pavilion for the 2015 World Expo in Milan and chief curator of the "Eyes of the City" section at the 2019 UABB Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism of Shenzhen. He is currently serving as cochair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Cities and Urbanisation.
G. Michele Calvi, Italy
Gian Michele Calvi is Professor at the IUSS Pavia, Italy, and Adjunct Professor at the North Carolina State University.
He has been the founder of the Eucentre Foundation and of the ROSE School; he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the GEM Foundation and is one of the Directors of the International Association of Earthquake Engineering. He has been designer, consultant or checker for hundreds of structural projects, including the Rion-Antirion cable stayed bridge (2883 m, in Greece); the Bolu viaduct (119 spans, in Turkey); the new housing system after L’Aquila earthquake (2009), with 185 buildings seismically isolated with more than 7,000 devices, completed in about six months; the construction of 103 schools in Costa Rica for the IAD bank; the assessment and strengthening program in the area of Groningen (The Netherlands) due to problems of induced seismicity. He is associate editor of the Journal of Earthquake Engineering (Taylor and Francis) and has been invited keynote speakers in tens of conferences, including two World and four European Conferences on Earthquake Engineering. He has been always active in conceptual innovation in seismic design, focusing on masonry in his early days, on bridges, displacement–based design and seismic isolation from the nineties. For a paper on the subject of this presentation, he received the IABSE Outstanding Paper Award 2020 (Scientific Paper - Once upon a Time in Italy: The Tale of the Morandi Bridge).
Tullia Iori, Italy
Tullia Iori civil engineer, is professor of History of Structural Engineering at University of Rome "Tor Vergata", in Italy. She is director of the Phd Program in “Civil Engineering". She designed and headed with Sergio Poretti the research “SIXXI - XX Century Structural Engineering: the Italian Contribution”, funded by an ERC Advanced Grant in 2012 and which results are available in the books series “SIXXI - Storia dell'ingegneria strutturale in Italia”: SIXXI 1 (2014), SIXXI 2 (2015), SIXXI 3 (2015), SIXXI 4 (2017), SIXXI 5 (2020). See also: www.tulliaiori.com and www.sixxi.eu
Angelo Vitozzi, Italy
Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering (MSc equivalent) Head of the Civil Works Department within the Technical Directorate of Italferr from 2016 to nowadays, he has plaid roles in the field of infrastructure engineering in Italferr, where he has been carrying out his activity since 1998. From 2010 to 2016, he held the position of Head of Structures Department - Italferr. Structural Engineer with experience in the planning and design of important infrastructural civil works, especially in bridges and steel structures. He participated in the design process of complex national and international infrastructure interventions, with particular reference to the Italian high-speed rail network (AV), and its urban penetration into the most important Italian cities.
Akio Kasuga, Sumitomi Mitsu Construction, Japan
Dr. Akioi Kasuga is an executive vice president and CTO of Sumitomo Mitsui Construction. He has been designing more than 200 bridges and has developed many new technologies. He is the incoming president of fib from 2021.
Peter Burnton, Arup Fellow, Australia
Peter has over 40 year’s experience in the design and assessment of bridge structures including many award winning pedestrian bridges. This extensive bridge design experience is supplemented with experience in the design and assessment of marine structures and in ground structures in the transport sector. Project examples include the Goodwill, Kurilpa, Riverwalk and Kangaroo Point shared path structures in Brisbane; three LNG marine terminals in Gladstone; Extension of the cruise berth at Darling Harbour; basement below the Sydney Opera House; Asset management of Kaimai Tunnel NZ and level crossing eliminations in Melbourne. Non Arup roles include membership of the Australian Standards Bridge Design code sub-committee – Part 5 Concrete and until recently Chair of the Industry Advisory Board to the School of Civil engineering at University of Queensland.
Limin Sun received the B. E. degrees in civil engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China in 1985, M. E. (in 1988) and Ph. D. (in 1991) of civil engineering from the University of Tokyo, Japan. He obtained his license of PE (Orange) in 1997. He used to work as a research engineer in Technical Research Institute, Obayashi Corporation, Japan, from 1991-1999. He is currently a Professor and Director of Bridge Engineering Department of Tongji University, China. His research interests are in the areas of bridge engineering, in particular vibration control of bridge structures, health monitoring of bridges, and nonlinear seismic response of RC bridges. He is the Vice President of IABSE.
Dan Frangopol, USA
Dr. Dan Frangopol is the inaugural holder of the Fazlur R. Khan Endowed Chair of Structural Engineering and Architecture at Lehigh University. He is recognized as a leader in the field of life-cycle engineering of civil and marine structures. His main research interests are in the development and application of probabilistic concepts and methods to civiland marine engineering. He has authored/co-authored 3 books and over 420 articles in refereed journals including 11 prize winning papers. He is the Founding Editor of Structure and Infrastructure Engineering. Dr. Frangopol is the recipient of several awards from ASCE, IABSE, IASSAR, IABMAS, IALCCE, SAE and other professional organizations. He holds 4 honorary doctorates and 14 honorary professorships from major universities. He is a Member of the US National Academy of Construction, Foreign Member of the Academy of Europe (London), Foreign Associate of the Engineering Academy of Japan, Foreign Member of the Royal Academy of Belgium, Honorary Member of the Romanian Academy, and Distinguished Member of ASCE.
Young Engineers Invited Speakers
(Special Session Feb. 5, 2021)
Sakthy Selvakumaran, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
Dr. Sivasakthy Selvakumaran (MEng, CEng, MICE, PhD) is the Isaac Newton Trust Fellow in Engineering at the University of Cambridge and the Founder of tech start-up BKwai: a software platform providing visualisations and data analytics for instrumentation and monitoring data in the construction sector, with an aim of improving resilience of infrastructure assets. Sakthy is a Chartered Civil Engineer with a decade of experience working across different countries and cultures in design and construction. These roles range from designing new structures on mega-projects like the Crossrail trainline in London to working on sites to reconstruct housing destroyed by earthquakes in Peru. She has also worked in industry R&D roles for a construction company, developing new solutions and technologies to change the way infrastructure is designed, constructed and maintained. She returned to Cambridge from industry for her PhD, which applied rapidly advancing radar satellite imagery technologies which can monitor millimetre scale changes on the earth’s surface. She spent part of her doctoral training as a Visiting Researcher with the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and received the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET) Leslie H Paddle Award for her work. Her achievements include being named on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe List (2016), and the Financial Times Top 100 Most Influential Women in UK Engineering list (2020), and being appointed to the Young Professionals Panel of the National Infrastructure Commission for the UK Government (2018-2020).
Weng Yuen Kam, Beca, New Zealand
Weng Yuen Kam (Kam) is a Technical Director in Structural Engineering with Beca in Auckland, New Zealand, with specialised skills in seismic engineering, heritage buildings and large project delivery. His recent projects include the University of Auckland’s Recreation and Wellness Centre, the SKYCITY Horizon Hotel, the New Zealand International Convention Centre and the seismic assessment and strengthening programme for the Groningen region in the Netherlands. He has contributed to the development of standards and industry training for seismic assessment and retrofit of existing buildings in New Zealand and abroad.
Kam obtained his B.Eng (Hons) and B.Com (Economics) in 2006 and PhD in 2011, all from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He has achieved my professional registration as a Chartered Professional Engineering (CPEng) in 2013 and was a finalist in the coveted New Zealand Young Engineer of the Year in 2014. He has won the 2018 ACENZ Future Leader Award and the 2019 FIDIC Young Professional of the Year award. Kam was made a Fellow of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering (NZSEE) in 2018 and received their President’s award in 2017.
Manya Deyanova, Mott McDonald, Bulgaria
Manya is a Principal Structural Engineer at Mott MacDonald in a team specialized in advance dynamic analysis, impact analysis, seismic and extreme loads structural assessment, large-scale risk assessment studies. She has more than 10 years of experience as a licensed engineer in design, seismic assessment and retrofit of different structures, including industrial buildings and facilities. Most recently, she has been tackling projects in the field of national and regional seismic risk assessment for disaster risk management and risk reduction strategies.
Manya obtained her PhD degree in Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology through a collaboration between UME Graduate School in Pavia, Italy and University of Canterbury, New Zealand. As part of her PhD research, Manya participated in international research projects with focus on the development of methods for the performance-based seismic assessment and retrofit of structures and the related guidelines and codes.
Chairs and Moderators
We would like to acknowledge important work by our chairs and moderators for the IABSE Congress 2020 Christchurch online event. We are extremely grateful for the time and effort they have contributed, we would not be able to run the event without them:
Anthony Abu, University of Canterbury , New Zealand
Hideo Araki, Hiroshima Institute of Technology, Japan
Dennis Birkner, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Bruno Briseghella, College of Civil Engineering, Fuzhou University (China) China
Peter Burnton, Arup, Australia
José Campos e Matos, Universidade Do Minho, Portugal
Michael Cowan, WSP, New Zealand
Liam Edwards, Beca , New Zealand
Lis Frisk, Holmes Consulting, New Zealand
John Gales, York University, Canada
Bruno Godart, Université Gustave Eiffel, France
Gabriele Granello, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Steve Kite, Arup, Hong Kong
Andreas Lampropoulos, University of Brighton, United Kingdom
Brandon Mchaffie , WSP, New Zealand
Adam Mcmanus , Aurecon, Australia
Carlos Mendez-Galindo, mageba, Mexico
Alessandro Palermo, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Sabina Piras, WSP, New Zealand
James Pitchforth, Arup, Hong Kong
Tom Rice, Ove Arup & Partners, United States
Marcos Sanchez, Arup, Ireland
Sebastian Seiss, Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany
Di Su, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Tri Suryadi, Freyssinet , Indonesia
Mike Tapley, Aurecon, Hong Kong
Marina Traykova, Univesrsity of Architecture, Civil Engineering And Geodesy, Bulgaria
Ourania Tsioulou, University of Brighton, United Kingdom
Vera Wilden, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Barry Wright, New Zealand Transport Association, New Zealand
Takashi Yamaguchi, Osaka City Uniiversity, Japan
Young Engineers Programme
Delegates born in 1986 or later will enjoy reduced registration fees. The Young Engineers’ Contribution Award will be presented to two young authors, born in or after 1986, who have personally presented their paper. The prize is sponsored by the IABSE Fellows and the Organising Committee. The awards are financial prizes which will be presented at the Closing of the Congress.
Young Engineers Committee
Gabriele Granello, Chair
Royce Liu, Co-chair
Annie Scott, Co-chair
Anthony Abu, New Zealand, Chair
AFM Saiful Amin, Bangladesh
Eftychia Apostolidi, Austria
Mourad Bakhoum, Egypt
Jan Bien, Poland
Eric Brehm, Germany
Bruno Briseghella, China
Eugen Bruhwiler, Switzerland
Marcin Bulkowski, Germany
Eleni Chatzi, Switzerland
Jae-Yeol Cho, South Korea
Thomas Cooper, USA
Christian Cremona, France
Ane de Boer, The Netherlands
Thierry Delémont, Switzerland
Bart De Pauw, Belgium
Stephanos Dritsos, Greece
Thierry Duclos, France
John Duntemann, USA
Raed El Sarraf, New Zealand
Lennart Elfgren, Sweden
Christos Giarlelis, Greece
Gabriele Granello, New Zealand
Tong Guo, China
Katrin Habel, Canada
Rade Hajdin, Switzerland
Bartlomiej Halaczek, UK
Sergio Hampshire Santos, Brazil
Pawel Hawryszków, Poland
Bert Hesselink, The Netherlands
Stephen Hicks, New Zealand
Niels Peter Hoj, Switzerland
Laurent Rus Jenni, Spain
Konstantinos Kalfas, UK
Igor Kavrakov, Germany
Ho-Kyung Kim, South Korea
Steve Kite, Hong Kong
Hyun-Moo Koh, South Korea
Jochen Kohler, Norway
Andreas Lampropoulos, UK
Guy Larose, Canada
Oskar Larsson Ivanov, Sweden
Roberto Leon, USA
Maria Pina Limongelli, Italy
Poul Linneber, Denmark
Giuseppe Loporcaro, New Zealand
Jose Antonio Lozano Galant, Spain
Fernando Madrazo Aguirre, UK
Nisrine Makhoul, Lebanon
Andrew Martin, Denmark
Jose Matos, Portugal
Jonathan McGormley, USA
Carlos Mendez-Galindo, Mexico
Fausto Mistretta, Italy
Serge Montens, France
Helder Moreira de Sousa, UK
Luis Oliveira Santos, Portugal
Pedro Pacheco, Portugal
Aleassandro Palermo, New Zealand
Fabrizio Palmisano, Italy
Rakesh Pathak, USA
Ignacio Paya-Zaforteza, Spain
Gianluca Ranzi, Australia
Robert Ratay, USA
Marion Rauch, Germany
Armando Rito, Portugal
Daniele Rocchi, Italy
Jose Romo Martin, Spain
B. C. Roy, India
Fathy Saad, Egypt
Martina Schnellenbach-Held, Germany
Ann Schumacher, Switzerland
Peter Seitz, Germany
Ikuhide Shibata, Japan
Geralt Siebert, Germany
Tomasz Siwowski, Poland
Flavio Stochino, Italy
Alfred Strauss, Austria
Richard Stroetmann, Germany
Harshavardhan Subbarao, India
Ian Peter Thomas Firth, UK
Marina Traykova, Bulgaria
Brian Uy, Australia
Rob Vergoossen, The Netherlands
Chao Wu, New Zealand
Teng Wu, USA
Ye Xia, China
Stefan Zmigrodzki, Canada
Henryk Zobel, Poland
Daia Zwicky, Switzerland