NEW! (@27 settembre 2021)
Corso "Riabilitazione Strutturale di Edifici in Cemento Armato" 2021/2022, LM 23
a) Il Syllabus (qui allegato) e materiale didattico saranno di volta in volta caricati su piattaforma Google Classroom (codice corso fppsvgq) e/o Dropbox
b) Le lezioni saranno in presenza, ma, per chi impossibilitato per ragioni legate al Covid-19 o per raggiunta capienza massima dell'aula, potranno essere seguite in modalità blended sincrona su Zoom al link indicato su Google Classroom
Stefano Pampanin is Full Professor of Structural Engineering at the Department of Structural and Geotechnical Engineering at La Sapienza University of Rome since 2015.
He has been Professor of the Structural Design and Earthquake Engineering and Chair of the Structural and Geotechnical Cluster at the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, where he joined in 2002.
He has been President of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering (2012-2014) and was nominated Fellow of NZSEE in 2017.
He received his Laurea magna cum laude in Civil/Structural Engineering at the University of Pavia in 1997, a Masters in Structural Engineering at the University of California at San Diego and a Ph.D. in Earthquake (Structural) Engineering at the Technical University of Milan in 2000. He was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of California, San Diego from 1998-1999.
In the past 20 years, he has dedicated a significant effort in the research and development, codification and practical implementation of innovative solutions for the seismic design of low-damage structural systems in concrete and timber, as well as for the seismic assessment and retrofit of existing RC structures.
Professor Pampanin has been actively involved in a number of national and international code and technical committees for the preparation of design guidelines and standards including: fib, international federation of concrete: WG 7.4, WG7.5 (Co-Chair), WG7.6, WG6.10, WG6.6 (Co-Chair) ACI440-F, NZS3101:2006 (appendix B), Department of Building and Housing (DBH) guidelines for the design, assessment and retrofit of hollowcore floors; current revision of NZS3101 (concrete), NZS3603 (timber), NZSEE2006 guidelines on Assessment and Improvement of the Performance of Existing Buildings (Task Leader), Minister of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) special technical committees to produce White Paper on Residual Capacity of Reinforced Concrete Structures ; Base Isolation Guidelines ; Guide for Good Practice on Low-damage Design .
He has been Principal Investigator (PI) or Co-PI of externally funded and competitively granted research project for over NZ$15Million since 2002 with strong focus on development and implementation of new technological solutions for seismic resisting structures, either newly designed or existing ones
He is author of more than 450 peer-reviewed scientific publications in the field of earthquake engineering, including 100+ journal paper, 17 Book chapters, 2 edited books, 3 patents.
He has received numerous awards for his research activities including:
PCI (precast Concrete Institute) Martin P. Korn Award 2000
fib Diploma 2003 for Younger Engineers (under 40-years old)
2005 EQC/NZSEE Ivan Skinner Award for the advancement of Earthquake Engineering in NZ (inaugural recipient).
NZSEE (NZ Society for Earthquake Engineering) Best Research Paper Awards 2005,2007,2008, 2010
Otto Glogau Award 2005, 2013
NZ Concrete Society, Sandy Cormack Award 2004, 2010
Supreme Concrete Award 2008
IstructE Henry Adams Award, 2012
UC Innovation Medal, 2013
ACI Design Award 2015
Fellow, IPENZ (FIPENZ), NZ Institute of Professional Engineers, 2015
Fellow, NZSEE (New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering, 2017
He has delivered many invited/keynote lectures at conferences, universities, research institutions and groups of practicing engineers.
Following the 22 February 2011 earthquake in Christchurch, Prof. Pampanin has played an active and key role in the recovery and post-earthquake investigation activities:
Leader of the Recovery Project Seismic Performance of RC Buildings under the Natural Hazard Research Platform;
Invited member of the Expert Panel of the Department of Building and Housing, investigating the collapse of critical buildings, namely CTV, PGC, Forsyth Barr and Grand Chancellor Hotel reporting to the Canterbury Earthquake Royal Commission of Enquiry;
Main author of a technical report commissioned by the Royal Commission on low-damage design philosophy and technology;
Expert witness appearing before the Royal Commission during the hearings related to the Grand Chancellor Hotel and Low-Damage Solutions;
Invited member of the Engineering Reference Group advising the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment on policy making related to the civil design and construction industry sector.
He is a Charter Professional Engineer in Italy and in New Zealand. In this role, he has assisted with the design and/or acted as peer reviewer on a number of building projects implementing:
advanced design methodology, such as Displacement-Based-Design;
numerical modelling for non-linear time history analyses;
innovative/advanced technology, such as rocking-dissipative solutions for concrete, timber steel base isolation and supplemental damping
Seismic Assessment and Retrofit solutions.
In 2015 he was elected Fellow of IPENZ for his application of engineering technology in the community and innovation in creating technological products. As an internationally-regarded researcher, educator and innovator, he progressed the theory and practice of earthquake engineering. His work alongside others on developing earthquake-resistant buildings and materials aims to reduce seismic risk
|Course||Code||Year||Course - Attendance|
|Riabilitazione Strutturale di Edifici in Cemento Armato||1051382||2021/2022||Civil Engineering|
|Seismic Design of Concrete and Timber Structures||1051937||2021/2022||Civil Engineering|
|Fundamentals of Structural Dynamics and Seismic Design||1047242||2021/2022||Building engineering-architecture|
|Seismic Design of Concrete and Timber Structures||1051937||2020/2021||Civil Engineering|
|Riabilitazione Strutturale di Edifici in Cemento Armato||1051382||2020/2021||Civil Engineering|
|Fundamentals of Structural Dynamics and Seismic Design||1047242||2020/2021||Building engineering-architecture|
|Riabilitazione Strutturale di Edifici in Cemento Armato||1051382||2019/2020||Civil Engineering|
|Seismic Design of Concrete and Timber Structures||1051937||2019/2020||Civil Engineering|
|Fundamentals of Structural Dynamics and Seismic Design||1047242||2019/2020||Building engineering-architecture|
|Seismic Design of Concrete and Timber Structures||1051937||2018/2019||Civil Engineering|
|Riabilitazione Strutturale di Edifici in Cemento Armato||1051382||2018/2019||Civil Engineering|
|Seismic Design of Concrete and Timber Structures||1051937||2017/2018||Civil Engineering|
|Riabilitazione Strutturale di Edifici in Cemento Armato||1051382||2017/2018||Civil Engineering|
|ADVANCED DESIGN OF PRECAST STRUCTURES||1042026||2016/2017||Civil Engineering|
|ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN||1042000||2016/2017||Civil Engineering|
|Shake-table tests of innovative drift sensitive non-structural elements in a low-damage structural system||EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING AND STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS||2021|
|Numerical investigations on the residual capacity and economic losses of earthquake-damaged reinforced concrete wall structures||2021|
|PELL-SCHOOLS a standardized and interoperable platform for the seismic vulnerability and energy efficiency data management of italian schools||2021|
|Material Property Uncertainties versus Joint Structural Detailing: Relative Effect on the Seismic Fragility of Reinforced Concrete Frames||JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING||2021|
|Experimental Testing of a Low-Damage Post-Tensioned C-Shaped CLT Core-Wall||JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING||2021|
|Design recommendations to prevent global out-of-plane instability of rectangular reinforced concrete ductile walls||BULLETIN OF THE NEW ZEALAND SOCIETY FOR EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING||2021|
|Comparison of traditional vs. low-damage structural & nonstructural building systems through a cost/performance based evaluation||EARTHQUAKE SPECTRA||2020|
|Enhancing Seismic Safety and Reducing Seismic Losses: Overview and Preliminary Results of Sera Project - 3D Shaking Table Tests on an Integrated Low-Damage Building System||2020|
|SHAKE-TABLE TESTS OF A TIMBER-CONCRETE LOW-DAMAGE BUILDING: ANALYTICAL/NUMERICAL vs. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS||2020|
|SEISMIC DEMAND AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF NON- STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN A LOW-DAMAGE BUILDING SYSTEM||2020|
|A slama-based analytical procedure for the cost/performance-based evaluation of buildings||2019|
|Shaking table tests on post-installed traditional and dissipative fasteners in uncracked and cracked concrete||2019|
|Overview of SERA Project: 3D shaking table tests on an integrated low-damage building system||2019|
|Cost/performance evaluation of traditional and low-damage structural & non-structural building configurations||2019|
|Seismic vulnerability of non-structural components: from traditional solutions to innovative low-damage systems||2019|
|Feasibility study of low-damage technology for high-rise precast concrete buildings||2019|
|Non-linear analysis of RC masonry-infilled frames using the SLaMA method: part 2—parametric analysis and validation of the procedure||BULLETIN OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING||2019|
|Non-linear analysis of RC masonry-infilled frames using the SLaMA method: part 1—mechanical interpretation of the infill/frame interaction and formulation of the procedure||BULLETIN OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING||2019|
|Analytical seismic assessment of RC dual wall/frame systems using SLaMA: Proposal and validation||ENGINEERING STRUCTURES||2019|
|Postyield Bond Deterioration and Damage Assessment of RC Beams Using Distributed Fiber-Optic Strain Sensing System||JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING||2019|