ICOM-EPFL hosts 2 COST-STSM visitors in Structural Glass

Dr Chiara Bedon (University of Trieste) and Mr Paulo Carvalho (University of Minho) visit ICOM-EPFL to collaborate on Structural Glass.

Dr Chiara Bedon (University of Trieste) and Mr Paulo Carvalho (University of Minho) visit ICOM-EPFL in the beginning of June 2013 to collaborate on Structural Glass."" width="324" height="182" src="/UserFiles/324x182.jpg" />

More specifically, Dr Chiara Bedon (University of Trieste) will collaborate with Dr Christian Louter (ICOM-EPFL) on the numerical modeling of reinforced glass beams. Mr Paulo Carvalho (University of Minho) will collaborate with Mr Manuel Santarsiero (ICOM-EPFL) and Dr Christian Louter (ICOM-EPFL) on investigations into the structural performance of laminated connections.

These so-called Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs) are funded by the European COST Action TU0905 Structural Glass - Novel Design Methods and Next Generation Products.

More information on this European COST Action TU905 Structural Glass is available here:

www.glassnetwork.org

More information on the Structural Glass research at ICOM is available here:

http://icom.epfl.ch/glass.

Author:  Christian Louter           Source: ICOM

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Date: 24 May 2013
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