We are pleased to announce a new member of the SIBER-RISK team. Juan Pablo Muñoz, who recently defended his Master thesis, is joining us. In his thesis, he proposed a methodology for efficient inelastic dynamic analysis of structures, that can be used for evaluating their performance or to design seismic protection systems. Now, in SIBER-RISK, … Continue reading Welcome Juan Pablo!
Today was realized the first SIBER-RISK Extended Meeting, where professors, researchers and students discussed the advances of the project and the next steps to follow. The next meeting would took place between April and May of the next year.
In the context of her Seminar course, student Nuria Chiara Palazzi presented the advances and future work on her PhD thesis. Nuria Chiara is working on the seismic vulnerability assessment and structural consolidation of historical monuments. Good luck to Nuria Chiara in her project!
In the context of their Seminar course, students Yvonne Merino and Adrián Díaz presented the advances and future work on their PhD theses. Yvonne is working on a healthcare network model to study the effect of seismic isolation on critical infrastructures. On the other hand, Adrián is developing a transportation network model in central Chile … Continue reading Poster exposition of SIBER-RISK’s students
The conference titled "Seismic risk in systems and networks spatially distributed" will take place at the Institute of Engineering of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) on February 26. There will be a streaming link. More details in the attached figure (in spanish). UPDATE The presentation is available here:
Our postdoctoral researcher Elisa Ferrario has won a Fondecyt grant for her project titled "Risk Analysis for Critical Infrastructures Protection". This project is highly related with the SIBER-RISK project, and it aims at the development of integrated frameworks for risk, vulnerability, and resilience analyses of complex Critical Infraestructures accounting for the existing multiple sources of … Continue reading Postdoctoral researcher Elisa Ferrario wins Fondecyt grant