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Seminários, ensaios, visitas de estudo (SEV)

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UC a decorrer no LNEC aos sábados (exceto visitas técnicas), Semana 2-8,
no entanto, podem ocorrer alterações condicionadas pela disponibilidade dos oradores convidados, planeamento das visitas técnicas e disponibilidade de equipamento para os ensaios. As alterações serão comunicadas aos formandos com a devida antecedência por email.

Objectivos da UC

• Proporcionar aos formandos uma visão mais abrangente sobre o conteúdo do curso e áreas afins.
• Motivar os formandos para o trabalho de investigação, participação no desenvolvimento dos artigos científicos, nos projetos de investigação, prosseguir para cursos de doutoramento.

Programa

• Seminários proferidos por participantes do curso.
• Seminários proferidos por personalidades nacionais de reconhecido mérito da Infraestruturas de Portugal, S.A., docentes do Instituto Superior Técnico, membros da Comissão Técnica de Normalização BIM (CT 197).
• Seminários proferidos por personalidades de reconhecimento internacional.
• Visitas técnicas.
• Ensaios laboratoriais (estudos de imbricamento, etc.)

Oradores confirmados

Dr. Fernanda Bessa Ferreira

Postdoctoral Researcher, Construct-GEO, University of Porto, Portugal
Formerly, Research Fellow, Centre for Geomechanics and Railway Engineering,
University of Wollongong, Australia

Title: Application of geosynthetics and recycled rubber products for rail track stabilisation
(F. B. Ferreira)
Abstract
Date: 14 March, 14h

Dr. Fernanda Ferreira is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Porto (Portugal) since January 2019. After completing a Masters in Civil Engineering (Bologna Integrated Master) at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto in 2010, she obtained a PhD in Civil Engineering from the same University, in 2016, developed under a PhD grant awarded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology. From 2016 to 2018, she was a Research Fellow at the Centre for Geomechanics and Railway Engineering of the University of Wollongong, Australia.

She has about nine years’ experience in geotechnical research and her main areas of interest and expertise include the reinforcement and stabilisation of geotechnical structures (such as soil walls, slopes and railway foundations) using geosynthetic inclusions, and the use of waste materials in geotechnical applications. She is the author of more than 30 technical publications in International Journals and Conferences and has been the recipient of several research awards over recent years. She is a Member of the Portuguese Geotechnical Society and of the International Geosynthetics Society (IGS), and the Portuguese Representative of the Young IGS Members Committee since 2015.

Dr. Javier Moreno Robles

Title: La técnica de las inyecciones de hidrofracturación como mejora del terreno. Aplicación a un relleno ferroviario.
(J. Moreno Robles)
Abstract
Date: 28 March, 14h

Dr. Leoš Horníček

Department of Railway Structures
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Czech Technical University
Prague, Czech Republic

Title: Geocomposites placed beneath ballast bed to improve railway track stability
(L. Horníček)
Abstract
Date: 6 June, 14h

Dr. Leoš Horníček is an assistant professor at the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Railway Structures (Czech Republic). He completed his master's degree in 1999 and doctoral degree in 2005, both in the field of structural and transportation engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering.

He has nearly 20 years of experience in designing the railway substructure. His research activities are focused primarily on the application of reinforcing and stabilizing geosynthetic products as well as elastic layers (under ballast mats, under sleeper pads). He focuses on physical modeling of structures in laboratory conditions and verification of new technologies and products in operational conditions. He is the author of more than 60 articles in professional journals and papers presented at scientific conferences, 1 monograph and several application outputs. He is a member of the International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) and secretary of its Technical Committee on Stabilization and also member of the European Committee for Standardization, Technical Committee „Sleepers and bearers“.

Prof. Piotr Koziol

Chair of Roads, Railways and Traffic Engineering
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Cracow University of Technology, Cracow, Poland

Title: Nonlinear and stochastic properties of rail track
(P. Koziol)
Abstract
Date: 6 June, 15h

Title: Modelling approaches to rail track condition analysis
(P. Koziol)
Abstract
Date: 20 June, 14h

Prof. Piotr Koziol is an associate professor at the Cracow University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering (Poland). He is a vice-head of the Chair of Roads, Railways and Traffic Engineering. He completed his doctoral degree in mechanical engineering at Brunel University London in 2008 and obtained a DSc in Civil Engineering (with specialization in Railways) at Cracow University of Technology in 2017.

He has nearly 25 years of experience in railway mechanics and modelling of dynamic systems. His research activities are focused primarily on analytical modelling, semi-analytical solutions and analysis of dynamic systems associated with moving loads, including rail track behaviour. In recent years he is also being involved in research activities associated with laboratory investigations and practical applications of geosynthetics to railway maintenance and reinforcement, including non-destructive methods of analysis based on wavelet applications. The main area of his activity remains modelling and prediction of railway track behaviour, mainly due to HSR. He is a member of national project related to the development of innovative design solutions leading to reduction of vibrations and noise generated by passing trains. Piotr Koziol published more than 70 research papers and gave more than 90 speeches at various conferences, mainly recognized international meetings. He is also an author of book presenting fundamentals of the developed by him wavelet based semi-analytical approach to the analysis of beam-foundation systems subjected to moving loads. This approach finds several railway applications, especially in its nonlinear case which is currently being improved and developed. Prof. Koziol also works actively as a member of many scientific committees of internationally recognized conferences organising special sessions or mini-symposia devoted mainly to railway engineering, e.g. Railways - International Conference on Railway Technology: Research, Development and Maintenance, ICEDyn – International Conference on Engineering Dynamics, ICoEV – International Conference on Engineering Vibrations etc.

Dr. Konrad Malicki

Chair of Roads, Railways and Traffic Engineering
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Cracow University of Technology
Cracow, Poland

Title: Application of digital image correlation method for road and railway material testing
(J. Górszczyk, K. Malicki)
Abstract
Date: 20 June, 15h

Dr. Konrad Malicki is an assistant professor at the Cracow University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Chair of Roads, Railways and Traffic Engineering (Poland). He completed his master's degree in 2003 and doctoral degree in 2012, both in the field of structural and transportation engineering at the Cracow University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering.

He has about 17 years of experience in road infrastructure designing and maintenance. His research activities are focused primarily on the application of geosynthetics in road pavement structures. He cooperates in laboratory investigations using digital image correlation (DIC) method. In recent years he has also been dealing with topics related to railway structures. He is the author of more than 30 articles in professional journals and papers presented at scientific conferences and several application outputs. He is a member of the International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) and a member of the scientific committee of the 7th EuroGeo geosynthetic conference organized by IGS in 2020 in Warsaw.

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