on September 15, 2023
Published on March 21, 2023 Updated on March 4, 2024

Monitoring and rehabilitation of existing structures

Venue: Maison Internationale de la Recherche, Neuville-sur-Oise

International conference coordinated by George Wardeh, CY L2MGC laboratory.
Many countries throughout the world are seriously struggling to quantify and ensure the security of their built heritage and their aging infrastructure networks. These buildings are frequently exposed to hazardous environmental conditions, which decreases population safety. Therefore, engineers must be able to monitor the performance of existing structures and monuments throughout their lifetime for socioeconomic reasons related to the fact that construction and rehabilitation are very expensive processes.
The conference's aim is to investigate creative techniques and intelligent practices for structural health monitoring (SHM). The impact of climate extremes on the performance and long-term viability of built heritage will also be discussed. Finally, the event will focus in part on long-term rehabilitation.

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