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International Conference on Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions - SAHC 2020

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"New technologies for a sustainable conservation of heritage structures"

 

Due to the Covid-19 containment measures, please check the latest status of the event at the organisers’ webpage.

 

The International Conference on Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions (SAHC) was first celebrated in Barcelona in 1995, followed by a second edition also in Barcelona in 1998. Since then, nine subsequent editions have been organized in different countries of Europe, America and Asia. The SAHC conference series is intended to offer a forum allowing engineers, architects and all experts to share and disseminate state-of-art knowledge and novel contributions on principles, methods and technologies for the study and conservation of heritage structures. Through all its successful past editions, the SAHC conference has become one of the topmost periodical opportunities for scientific exchange, dissemination and networking in the field.

 

Motivation and Objectives

 

During the last decades the study and conservation of historical structures has attained high technological and scientific standards. Today’s practice involves the combination of innovative non-destructive inspection technologies, sophisticated monitoring systems, advanced numerical models for structural analysis, and respectful intervention solutions for restoration and retrofit. More than ever, it is understood that the studies must be performed by interdisciplinary teams integrating wide expertise (engineering, architecture, history, archeology, geophysics, chemistry…). Moreover, the holistic nature of the studies and the need to encompass and combine the different scales of the problem – the materials, the structures and the environment – are now increasingly acknowledged. Due to all this, the study of historical structures is still facing very strong challenges that can be only addressed through sound international scientific cooperation.

 

Taking these ideas in mind, the 12th edition of the SAHC conference aims at creating a new opportunity for the exchange and discussion of novel concepts, technologies and practical experiences on the study, conservation and management of historical constructions. We are most pleased to welcome you to join this international event in which, furthermore, we will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the SAHC conference series.

 

 

Organiser:
CIMNE.upc.edu
Contact Email: Contact Phone:
+34 93 405 46 94
Source Language:
English

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