Resilience-based design of steel and composite structures, Birmingham

16 May, 2016 | 18:00 - 20:00

Testing the resilience of steel and composite structures.
Testing the resilience of steel and composite structures.

About this event

Resilience-based design is a modern performance-based design philosophy, which aims to achieve minimal loss of service during the lifespan of a structural system.

  • Steel buildings under earthquake loading
  • Precast composite bridges under service loading
  • Smart damage-free steel connections
  • Replaceable structural components
  • Performance-based design

Event materials

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Speaker

Dr Theo Karavasilis

Dr Theo Karavasilis

Dr Theo Karavasilis is Associate Professor at the University of Warwick. He leads a research group working on projects related to resilience in steel and steel-concrete composite construction. He is the author/co-author of more than 100 publications; member of the Editorial Board of two Journals; and member of the working group WG7 of IABSE.

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