The 2nd International ROSE School Seminar

Pavia, 7-8 June 2002

DAY 1 SESSION 1
CHAIRMAN: M.N. Fardis

S. Glaister*, R. Pinho
A simplified deformation-based method for seismic vulnerability assessment

T. Sullivan*, M.J. Kowalsky, G.M. Calvi
Limitations and performances of different displacement-based design approaches

SESSION 2
CHAIRMAN: G. Fenves

A. Filiatrault, R. Tremblay, A. Wanitkorkul
Retrofit of a steel moment-resisting frame by passive damping systems in near-field seismic environment

M.C.Griffith, G. Magenes, G. Melis*, L. Picchi
Evaluation of out-of-plane stability of unreinforced masonry walls subjected to seismic excitation

DAY 2 Invited lecture

A. Der Kiureghian
From real-world observations to reliability assessment: a bayesian approach

Graduation Ceremony
CHAIRMAN: R. Schmid

G.M. Calvi, M.J.N. Priestley
ROSE School: first eighteen months of life and future programs

SESSION 3
CHAIRMAN: K. Kawashima

M. Schotanus*, P.E. Pinto
Fragility analysis of reinforced concrete structures using a response surface approach

H. Avery, J. Berrill
The Canterbury University strong motion accelerograph

SESSION 4
CHAIRMAN: I.M. Idriss

L.F. Restrepo*, J.J. Bommer, F. Sabetta
An exploration of the nature of the scatter in ground-motion prediction equations and the implications for seismic hazard assessment

D. Assimaki, A. Pecker
Effects of spatial variability of soil properties on surface ground motions

* ROSE School student