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Civil Research Group

For sustainable and resilient buildings and infrastructure

The Civil Research Group has been focused on three research topics: Structural Health Monitoring, Circular Materials, and Resilience and Sustainability in Built and Natural Environments.

July 1-5, 2024

Summer School on Sustainable Design and Construction of Road Pavements

July 1-5, 2024, Online | July 8-12, In-person, Lisbon, Portugal, be-READY Summer School

May 22, 2024

GeoHyTE Software

GeoHyTE is a computational tool for the automatic identification of the small strain shear modulus of geomaterials from the output signal of bender element tests.

INTENT – Intelligent health monitoring of road infrastructures using bender elements embedded in pavements

INTENT is a R&D project to develop a new bender element for the continuous monitoring of the dynamic stiffness of unbound granular layers, and use it, along with conventional sensors and advanced numerical models, to fuel machine learning algorithms for continuous monitoring of pavements.

July 15-19, 2024

Summer Course on Structural Health Monitoring 2024 (2nd Edition)

5 ECTS | July 15-19, 2024, in person (30h) | 15h remotely | MSc and PhD Students

BuildingAdapt – Pioneer study to analyse the resilience of university teaching buildings to climate change

This study focuses on the growing concern about how university teaching buildings can adapt to climate change and how environmental comfort conditions for their occupants can be guaranteed in future scenarios.