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COST Training School Delft 2009 3D for disaster management

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  1. 1. Maria BOSTENARU DAN - education  born 15.01.1974, Bucharest, Romania  22.06.1999 graduated as Dipl.-Ing., Faculty of Architecture, Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Germany  Temporary study of regional planning, Universität Karlsruhe (TH)  Guest study of multimedia in architecture, State School of Design, Karlsruhe  Certificates (Uni Karlsruhe) in  English for Business,  Project Management,  Working with Multimedia  Doctorate studies in  2001-2006 Karlsruhe, Germany (civil engineering management)  2002-2003 Pavia, Italy (earthquake engineering)  since 2008 Bucharest, Romania (emergency architecture)
  2. 2. Maria BOSTENARU DAN - experience  Student participant to building survey in SFB 315, on preservation, 1998, Myslakowice, Poland  Graduate student assistant in SFB 461 “Strong earthquakes” 2000-2001, Karlsruhe, Germany, field work Bucharest, Romania  Scholarship Research Training Network “Natural Disasters” 2000-2003, Karlsruhe, Germany  Marie Curie Early Stage Research Fellowship 2002-2003 European School for Reduction of Seismic Risk, Pavia, Italy  Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship (experienced researcher) 2005-2007, Pavia, Italy  Marie Curie European Reintegration Grant 2007-2010, Bucharest, Romania  Researcher, permanent position, Architecture University, since 2008, Bucharest, Romania  Some other small research projects
  3. 3. Urban planning and disasters  Resilience planning (urban planning Masure & Lutoff)  RISK UE  UIA initiative  Mitigation planning (urban planning, M. Balamir):  Earthquake Master Plan of Istanbul  Preparedness planning (urban planning UAUIM, emergenza del progetto, civil protection)  Bucharest  Recovery planning (new architecture, urban planning, see Architettura e terremotto):  Lisbon  Ljubljana  Gibbelina
  4. 4. Interwar buildings in Bucharest  Interwar buildings give the face of Bucharest  Charter of Athens 1933, Master Plan 1934  Zonation with high buildings, vulnerable to Vrancea earthquake periods in city centre with microseismic effects  Irregular parcels, irregular shapes of buildings  Mapping of vulnerable buildings with little architecture contribution, however, CNCSIS project finalised last year  To be connected with restoration efforts and city routes to put buildings in value  Left: interwar buildings of high vulnerability  Right: interwar buildings strongly damaged in the 1977 earthquake, repaired with changed look of the corner
  5. 5. Study area: the city centre, with distribution of interwar buildings
  6. 6. GIS Database  MS Access database  GIS vectorial shapes  Data from field study and maps  structure  surface  building age  height  function  etc
  7. 7. GIS Database  MS Access database  GIS vectorial shapes  Data from field study and maps  structure  surface  building age  height  function  etc