Friday, July 22, 2011

Advanced Training Courses in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions

Dear Colleague,
Please find below information about new Advanced short Training Courses in Structural Analysis of Existing Buildings, Monuments and Historical Constructions. I kindly invite you to disseminate this information to anybody who could be interested in applying.
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The courses integrated in the Erasmus Mundus SAHC Master Course ( can now be attended separately, without the need to enroll in the Master Course.

These courses are of interest to those interested in the conservation, repair and strengthening of the built heritage, be it monuments, other cultural heritage buildings or existing buildings in general. This includes mainly civil engineers and architects, but also, for some courses, art historians, archaeologists and other interested in cultural heritage buildings, interested in complementing or updating their knowledge with the most recent professional and scientific approaches and techniques. The attendants can be professionals such as consultants, employees in building contractors, building material producers and suppliers, heritage authorities and others, as well as graduate students (MSc or PhD) enrolled in other programs.

Detailed information can be found by visiting the webpage at

For further information, please contact the Secretariat at

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Yours sincerely,
Paulo B. Lourenco
Courses Coordinator
Editor of the International Journal of Architectural Heritage: Conservation, Analysis, and Restoration
Advisor of the International Conference Series on Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions

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