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Fabrizio Paolacci

Fabrizio Paolacci

Professor
Roma Tre University
Italy

Biography

Graduated in Civil Engineering in 1992 at the University of Rome "La Sapienza" and Ph.D. in Structural Engineering in 1997, He is currently Assistant Professor in Structural Engineering at University Roma Tre – Department of Engineering. His main scientific interests are focused mainly on: a) Performance-based design of steel-concrete composite bridges, b) Assessment and reduction of the seismic risk of reinforced concrete buildings and bridges, c) Seismic risk of major-hazard industrial plants and applicability of innovative protection systems (base isolation and energy dissipation), e) Seismic vulnerability of high-voltage electric networks and substations and applicability of innovative seismic protection systems, f) Passive and semi-active control of structures. He gained a long standing experience in the management of research projects about experimental assessment of the seismic response of structures. He is currently PI of many European projects. From 2008 to 2013 He assumed the role of scientific coordinator of the Laboratory of Testing Materials and Structures of the Department of Structures of the University Roma Tre. He received a fellowship provided by CNR (National Research Council) for a research activity of six months at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of University of California at Berkeley from September 1999 to February 2000 as visiting scholar. He is author of more than 100 publications on International peer-reviewed Journals and conferences.

Research Interest

a) Performance-based design of steel-concrete composite bridges, b) Assessment and reduction of the seismic risk of reinforced concrete buildings and bridges, c) Seismic risk of major-hazard industrial plants and applicability of innovative protection systems (base isolation and energy dissipation), e) Seismic vulnerability of high-voltage electric networks and substations and applicability of innovative seismic protection systems, f) Passive and semi-active control of structures.