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24. February 2022.

The annual meeting of the 2BeSafe research group was held on February 22. The meeting was attended by project leader Mario Uroš, researchers Senad Medić, Marta Šavor Novak and Marija Demšić, and project PhD students Ante Pilipović and Romano Jevtić Rundek.

4. January 2022.

We are pleased to announce that Assoc. Prof. Vitora Silva will give a lecture on “Earthquake Risk Assessment: Are We Doing Enough?” on January 18, 2022 (Tuesday) starting at 14:00 in the lecture hall VP at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Kačićeva 26, Zagreb.
Covid certificate is required to attend the lecture. In addition to the live presentation, the lecture will be accessible remotely via a link:

12. December 2021.

From 8 to 12 December, the team members visited EPFL, where they toured the structural testing laboratories, gave presentations on current research activities and held discussions on possible collaboration.

 

3. November 2021.

Invited lecture of Assoc. prof. Mario Uroš on the international scientific conference on earthquake engineering and geotechnical aspects of civil engineering.

1. November 2021.

Romano Jevtić Rundek has joined our research team as a PhD student within the Young Researchers’ Career Development Project funded by the Croatian Science Foundation.

We warmly welcome Romano!

2. October 2021.

On October 20-21, 2021, the Building Engineering Forum was held in Sofia, Bulgaria, with the topics Turning seismic hazard awareness into risk mitigation and Seismic risk reduction through integrated design. Assoc. prof. Mario Uroš and Assoc. prof. Josip Atalić gave a presentations on damage to the buildings and activities after the Zagreb and Petrinja earthquakes.

3. September 2021.

A meeting was held with the partners of the Faculty of Science, Prof. Marijan Herk, Assist. Prof. Iva Dasović and member of the 2BeSafe team Snježan Prevolnik.

19. June 2021

The Croatian Chamber of Civil Engineers awarded the “Kolos” prizes for the work done to eliminate the consequences of the earthquake to Assoc. prof. Josip Atalić, Assoc. prof. Mario Uroš and Assist. prof. Marta Šavor Novak for their efforts after the earthquake in Zagreb and to assist. Maja Baniček, Assist. prof. Marija Demšić and Prof. Joško Krolo for their efforts after the earthquake in Petrinja.