Summer school SPBS510 Load test Deterioration SPBS510

International and National Lecturers

Giuseppe Mancini
Born in Pizzo (VV) in 01/01/1947, Degree at Politecnico di Torino (Turin - 1972). Engineers of Turin, number 3170Y since 11.09.1974. Full Professor at Engineering Faculty of Politecnico di Torino of Structural Design and Bridge Design. Member of teaching body of PhD School in Structural Engineering. Professor in the Bridge Design Master at Politecnico di Milano and Roma 3, and at Politecnico di Torino Master on Highrise Buildings.               Giuseppe Mancini
Honorary President of fib (Federation International du Beton), (on the chair on 2004÷2006). DeputyChairman of Comm.3 fib (Fédération International du Beton) « Assessement and Interventions upon Existing Structures ». Chairman of Project Team for Eurocode EN1992-2 Concrete Bridges (2002÷2005). Chairman of SC2 Commission - Concrete Structures (Eurocodes 1992’s) - TC250 of European Community (period 2005÷2014). Chairman of TC250/SC2/WG1/TG9 Concrete bridges. Co Chairman of fib Model Code 2020 Core Group. Member of National Council for Researches (C.N.R.) Commission for Technical Rules for Constructions. Chairman of CIS-UNI n° GL9 Commission – Bridge Design. Member of Science Academy of Turin (Founded by Lagrange). Proud Member of ASCE (American Society for Civil Engineering). Partner and President of the Board of Directors of Engineering Society Sintecna srl; corso Massimo d’Azeglio 118 – Turin (founded in 1979). Design leader of more than 150 railways and road bridges. Author of 185 scientific publications.

Aurelio Muttoni

Aurelio Muttoni was born in 1958 in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland. He received his diploma in Civil Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH)  in 1982 and his doctorate from ETH as well in 1989. His research topic was the application of the theory of plasticity to the design of reinforced concrete structures.Aurelio Muttoni

From 1989 to 2001, he worked as partner in a consulting engineering office in Lugano. He participated to the design of several building and civil engineering structures. He was especially recognized for his innovative structural solutions. He also participated as expert in a series of offshore platform projects in the North Sea.

As part of the initial teaching team of the “Accademia di Architettura” of the University of Southern Switzerland, he worked as a professor and developed the field of structures between 1996 and 2001.Since 2000, he is Full Professor and Head of the Structural Concrete Laboratory of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). His teaching activities focus on the conceptual design of structures, theory and dimensioning of concrete structures as well as bridge design. His research group is active in the following domains: behaviour and design methods for structures, conceptual design of innovative structures, punching shear of slabs, shear, bond between steel and concrete, mechanical behaviour of ultra-high performance concrete and soil-structure interaction.

Hugo Corres Peiretti

Civil Engineer, MSc and PhD from the Technical University of Madrid. Doctor Honoris Causa from the Technical University of Bratislava. Professor of Structural Concrete and Conceptual Design of Structures at the School of Civil Engineering at the Technical University of Madrid. President of fib (InternationalFederation of concrete). Former president of ACHE (Structural Concrete Scientific Association of Spain).Hugo Corres Peiretti

Member of the Project Team that prepared Eurocode 2 (Structural Concrete). Member of the Special Activity Group 5 for the preparation of Model Code for Concrete Structures, 2010. Member of fib COM10 for the preparation of the new Model Code 2020. Member of different Spanish committees for the development of codes and regulations.  Author of several papers and books. Founder and designer of FHECOR Consulting Engineers, www.fhecor.es.

Peter Mark

Born 1970 in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany. Diploma 1994 in Civil Engineering at Ruhr-University Bochum. PhD in 1997 and post-doctoral degree (habilitation) in 2006, both on reinforced and prestressed concrete structures. Since 2007 independent checking engineer (ICE) and state-approved expert (SaSV) for concrete and composite structures, consultant engineer (CE) and partner at Grassl Consultant Engineers, Germany with more than 200 employees focused on bridge and subsurface engineering. Since 2009, full professor of Concrete Structures at Ruhr-University Bochum.Peter Mark

 Member of several international and national committees for the development of codes and regulations (Model Code 2020, EC 2, SFRC, power plants, mechanized tunnelling, life-cycle civil engineering). Since 1997 designer or ICE of several concrete and composite bridges, road tunnels, subway and sewer tunnels, high-rise buildings, water-retaining and industrial structures. Since 2008 responsible engineer for the maintenance and rehabilitation of large bridge and tunnel stocks. Author of about 200 scientific publications.



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