Graduation Ceremony 2023

On 4 November 2023, the graduates of the Faculty of Civil Engineering were bid farewell with a traditional ceremony in the Audimax of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.

eTeach Annual Conference 2023

The professorship participated in the eTeach annual conference 2023 with a poster presentation of the ongoing research project “GeViLAB - Joint virtual laboratory visits for large-scale and special tests”.

ProTELC: Conclusion and impressions of Science Camp »RoboBau 2023«

As part of the ‘Studying Successfully’ phase in the Allianz Thüringer Ingenieurwissenschaften project – ProTELC, the RoboBau 2023 Science Camp for master students in Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences (HSM) in cooperation with the Chair of Advanced Structures at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar finished on 29th of September 2023. The camp provided the participants with a unique combination of theoretical knowledge and practical application.

Gastvortrag von Professor László Dunai von der Universität für Technologie und Wirtschaft Budapest. Foto: Professur Komplexe Tragwerke

ProTELC: Science Camp »RoboBau 2023«

On the preceding Thursday, Science Camp RoboBau 2023 commenced its activities at Hochschule Schmalkalden. This event brought together students from four universities in Thuringia, who have converged to take on a distinctive challenge: the creation of a bridge using robotic arms, facilitated by camera technology. This camp, scheduled to run from September 21st to the 29th, will culminate in a final competition set for Friday 29th September 2023.

Die Teilnehmer*innen der Professur Komplexe Tragwerke inkl. Preisträger Daniel Agudelo (ganz rechts). Foto: Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Silke Beinersdorf

18. D-A-CH Conference & DGEB Thesis Award

The researchers and doctoral students of the Chair of Advanced Structures presented new results at the 18th D-A-CH conference in Kiel (September 14th to 15th, 2023). The conference is a notable gathering of civil engineers and scientists from the D-A-CH region to promote knowledge exchange, experiences, best practices, innovations and research results in the field of earthquake engineering and structural dynamics.

Engineering Course »Forecast Engineering«: Experimente, Exkursionen, ERASMUS+

Since the 21st August, international students who are enthusiastic about engineering and technology have been participating in Forecast Engineering course of the Faculty of Civil Engineering as part of the Bauhaus Summer School. The focus is on intercultural exchange alongside intensive learning, project work and guest lectures from academia and practice. The two-week program ends on September 1st, 2023 with a public final presentation in lecture hall D at Marienstraße 13.

New Article in Buildings (MDPI)

The open access article "Seismic Performance Assessment of the 18th Century Jesuit College in Dubrovnik's Old City" is published as a contribution to the research project SeisRICHerCRO of the Croatian Science Foundation.

Summary 2023 (Science Mile Q3)

This year, the Chair of Complex Structures once again participated in Summaery2023 with two interesting projects in the field of earthquake engineering.