Guido Magenes is Associate Professor of Structural Engineering at University of Pavia. He took his Laurea degree at the Università di Pavia (1986), his MSc in Structural Engineering in 1989 at the University of California San Diego and his PhD in 1992 at the Politecnico di Milano. In 1995, Dr. Magenes became Assistant Professor of Structural Engineering at the Università di Pavia, obtaining the position of Associate Professor in the year of 2000. He has over 25 years research experience in the area of seismic analysis, design and assessment of structures, including extensive experimental activity. He has authored or co-authored over 160 scientific papers in the field of structural engineering, with emphasis on masonry and reinforced concrete structures subjected to seismic and nonseismic loading.
- Hak S., Morandi P., Magenes G., Sullivan T., (2012), Damage Control for Clay Masonry Infills in the Design of RC Frame Structures, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, Taylor and Francis, 16 (Suppl. 1), pp. 1-35.
- Tondelli M., Rota M., Penna A., Magenes G., (2012). Evaluation of Uncertainties in the Seismic Assesment of Masonry Buildings, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, Taylor and Francis, 16 (Suppl. 1), pp. 36-64.
- Menon A:, Magenes G., (2011) “Definition of Seismic Input for Out-of-plane Response of Masonry Walls: I Parametric Study”, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 15: 2, 165-194, 2011
- Menon A:, Magenes G., (2011) “Definition of Seismic Input for Out-of-plane Response of Masonry Walls: II Formulation” Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 15: 2, 195-213, 2011
- Rota M., Penna A., Strobbia C., Magenes G. (2011) “Typological seismic risk maps for Italy,“ Earthquake Spectra, Vol. 27, pp. 907-926
- Magenes G., Penna A.. (2011), “Seismic design and assessment of masonry buildings in Europe: recent research and code development issues”, Keynote paper, Proceedings of the 9th Australasian Masonry Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand, 15-18 February 2011
Rota M., Penna A., Magenes G., (2010). A methodology for deriving analytical fragility curves for masonry buildings based on stochastic nonlinear analyses. Engineering Structures, vol. 32, pp. 1312-1323