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EGU 2009, Vienna, Austria

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  • Teching through research Maria BOSTENARU DAN ERGOROM ’99 “ Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning
  • Overview
    • Career
    • Research as a student
    • Research assistant
    • Advising individual studies and diploma works within the research project
    • Contribution of researchers to teaching at the university
    • Conclusions
  • Career
    • Studies in
      • Bucharest, Romania
      • Karlsruhe, Germany – graduation in Karlsruhe
    • Research in
      • Karlsruhe, Germany
      • Pavia, Italy
      • Bucharest, Romania
    • Currently in Bucharest
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  • Research as a student
    • Receiver of teaching through research
    • SFB 315 “Preservation of historically relevant constructions”
    • Subproject “The building survey as mean of architecture history research”
    • Universit ät Karlsruhe (TH)
    • Building survey in Poland
    • Exhibition at UniSchau
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  • Research assistant
    • SFB 461 “From geosciences to civil engineering”
    • Subproject “Modelling and simulation”
    • Universit ät Karlsruhe (TH)
    • Building survey at urban scale: 1500 buildings in Bucharest, Romania
    • Report on how to survey
    • The report contributed to a diploma work of a student
  • Postgraduate researcher
    • Research training network 450 “Natural disasters”
    • Own project “Applicability and economic efficiency of seismic retrofit measures”
    • Universit ät Karlsruhe (TH)
    • Individual study
    • 2 Diploma works
  • Individual study
    • Student: cand. ing. Gregor Bourlotos
    • Costs calculation for seismic retrofit
    • Greece
    • Traditional measures: steel and concrete
    • Contact maintained, numerous papers using the work and right now an invited paper in the ISI journal Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering
  • Diploma work
    • Student: cand. ing. Gregor Bourlotos
    • Building survey with highlight of the load bearing structure
    • Civil engineering with emphasys on construction management
  • D iploma work
    • Student: cand. ing. G ü lay Ö zt ü rk
    • Proiect management for retrofit of RC with masonry infill with FRP – costs calculation
    • Civil engineering with emphasys on construction management
    • Work presented at FRP retrofit for RC symposium in Patras in 2007
  • Researcher, permanent position
    • “ Ion Mincu” U niversity of architecture and Urban Planning , Department of History & Theory of Architecture and Heritage Conservation, Conservation & Restoration Chair
    • Bucharest, Romania
    • Archive work
    • CNCSIS funded project
    • Earthquake engineering
    • Building survey
  • Archive work
    • Tzigara Samurca ş , an art historian who did research in Germany 100 years ago
    • Inventarisation and reseach of an archive of about 2500 slides from architecture of Romania and abroad and arts, dated 1904
    • Involvment of cand. arch. Irina Calot ă
  • CNCSIS project
    • “ Arts, urban communities, mobilisation – The social reinsertion of the artistic and architectural project”
    • Principal investigator: Ana-Maria Zahariade
    • Research about green spaces in Europe, especially German speaking countries
    • Students are involved in the project, but through the principal investigator
  • Earthquake engineering
    • Contact with earthquake engineering through another CNCSIS project: “Multihazard and vulnerability in the seismic context of the city of Bucharest” (principal investigator Iuliana Arma ş , Faculty of Geography, University of Bucharest) – giving hints on building survey to a student in geography
  • Building survey
    • The building survey is a constant in the research of the author, either as receiver or as giver of training through research
    • At the conservation and restoration chair the building survey is one of the accents
    • Hope for future teaching possibilities
  • Other related projects at the department
    • CETERS – CEEX project earthquake engineering project Principal investigator Dan Lungu, at the department Sergiu Nistor
    • ReSitus – CEEX project digital building survey and conservation project Principal investigator Augustin Ioan
  • Conclusions
    • In both Germany and Romania it is usual to involve students (undergraduate) in research projects of the faculty members
    • Also changing country and field may allow a focus in research at different levels of experience
    • Teaching experience can be integrated in research experience and being researcher at a university is using both
  • Thank you!