Summaery 2024 »PlanB«

The Chair of Advanced Structures participated again this year in the Summaery 2024 (PlanB) with five interesting projects from the fields of earthquake engineering, reinforced concrete, soil-structure interaction, green buildings and robotics.

World Conference on Earthquake Engineering - WCEE2024

The Chair of Advanced Structures' actively participated at the World Conference on Earthquake Engineering 2024 in Milano, Italy. Members of the team presented recent research activities, engaged in scholarly discussions, reinforced partnerships, and significantly contributed to ongoing collaboration and knowledge-sharing within the earthquake engineering community.

Concluding Meeting: Research Project iBIMD »Erasmus+«

In part of the EU-funded project "Introduction to Building Information Modelling and Digitalization (iBIMD)", the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) hosted the concluding meeting on May 31st. Participants included the Chair of Advanced Structures from Bauhaus Universität Weimar and project partners from Politehnica University of Timișoara, Romania; Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal; and Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy.

Bauhaus Summer School »NextGen Engineers – Advanced Training Courses for a Sustainable Tomorrow «

NextGen Engineers will immerse you in cutting-edge topics within civil engineering, where you will explore the latest advancements in the use of polymer-modified concrete, simulation, advanced modeling and optimization design for reliability and efficiency in civil engineering structures, assessing their robustness in relation to increased abstraction and reduced dimensionality. Apply now and take the first step towards becoming a leader in sustainable engineering!

Admission Open: ProTELC Science Camp »Biodiversity Monitoring«

Admission for the ProTELC science camp "Biodiversity Monitoring - Complex Signal Analysis and AI Applications for Bird Song Recognition," is now open. Join us for an immersive experience where you'll delve into the fascinating world of biodiversity monitoring, learn advanced signal analysis techniques, and explore AI applications in bird song recognition. The application deadline is 31st August 2024!

Earthquake Engineering Forum 2024, Sofia

The professorship participated in the Earthquake Engineering Forum 2024 with the presentation titled "Earthquake performance assessment of complex cultural heritage buildings using FEM Updating" at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Geodesy in Sofia.

Field Trip »Kalocsa-Paks Danube Bridge«

The Kalocsa-Paks Danube Bridge undergoes intensive static and dynamic testing on the 4th of May 2024. It is the 20th bridge on the Hungarian stretch of the Danube. Spanning an impressive 946 metres, the bridge is accompanied by an extensive road network and is constructed by Duna Aszfalt at a total cost of EUR 238.8 million.

Visits from the Rector of TAQU

The Rector of Tashkent University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (TAQU), Professor Bakhrom Tulaganov, visited Bauhaus University Weimar on April 23rd. This brief visit primarily centered on discussions with the Executive Board and heads of the Chair of Advanced Structures and the Earthquake Damage Analysis Center (EDAC).

ERAMCA: Project Meeting and Concluding Workshop

The fifth meeting and the final workshop of the ERAMCA project, took place at Turin Tashkent Polytechnic University in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, from January 7th to 11th, 2024. This meeting was accompained by a workshop with presentations by teachers and students from the newly established ERAMCA MSc course. The event also included organized expert visits to significant cultural heritage sites.