Confirmed Associate Professor
Member of Interdepartmental Center (SISCON - Safety of Infrastructures and Constructions)
+39 0110904871 / 4871 (DISEG)
Prof. Giuseppe Lacidogna - Short presentation text
Giuseppe Lacidogna achieved the National Academic Qualification in Italy as Full Professor of Structural Mechanics in 2018.
He is Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences, Engineering Division, Brussels, Belgium, effective from July 4, 2018.
He has been Associate Professor in Structural Mechanics at the Department of Structural, Geotechnical and Building Engineering (DISEG), Politecnico di Torino, Torino (Italy) since January 2011.
He received his PhD degree in Structural Engineering from Politecnico di Torino in 1994, where he graduated cum Laude in Architecture in 1985.
Professor Lacidogna is currently Member of the Academic Board of the Doctorate Course in Civil and Environmental Engineering of Politecnico di Torino, and has been Director of the Doctorate Course in Structural Engineering (2016-2018).
He is member of the Editorial Board of several international journals, and is an active member of several associations; among them: AIMETA, IA-FraMCoS, SEM, and RILEM.
He is Author of more than 300 publications, among which: seven monographs, more than 120 papers in refereed international journals (appearing on SCOPUS and ISI databases), 24 book chapters. He received a Certificate Merit Award from the European Society for Experimental Mechanics (EuraSEM) for his research activity (2018), and has been Inserted in "Top Italian Scientists List", Engineering-Mechanics Area, Macro Area Engineering.
Torino, January 2021
|Scientific branch||ICAR/08 - SCIENZA DELLE COSTRUZIONI
(Area 0008 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura)
Scopus Author ID: 12646395900
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ERC sectorsPE8_3 - Civil engineering, architecture, maritime/hydraulic engineering, geotechnics, waste treatment PE8_4 - Computational engineering PE8_8 - Materials engineering (metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, etc.) PE8_9 - Production technology, process engineering PE6_12 - Scientific computing, simulation and modelling tools
SDGGoal 1: No poverty
KeywordsAcoustic, electromagnetic and particle emission energy Acoustic emission methods for damge identification Concrete, masonry and rocks Cracking evolution in masonry arch bridges Creep behaviour of concrete structures Critical phenomena from structural mechanics to geophysics Damage diagnosis in structures and construction materials Mechanics of proteins and macro-molecular structures Microcracking fracture propagation Static and dynamic analysis of high-rise buildings
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