Newsletter January 2018

Monitoring at the Roman Forum

We are honoured to have started a new interesting and complex monitoring project in our City concerning the health monitoring and safety management of one of the most significant monumental area of the Roman Empire's universal heritage.

An integrated, multisensor monitoring network, based on both remote and contact instruments, has been developed for the monitoring and control of the Roman Forum archaeological heritage during the construction works of the new underground line.

In the framework of the monitoring network, Terrestrial SAR Interferometry is adopted for the continuous displacement monitoring of buildings and retaining walls surrounding the excavations. The fully remote, widespread and sub-mm monitoring capabilities of such a technology have been considered the best option for such a strategic site.

Early Registration for the 5th IcGSM closing soon!

Do not miss the 5th International Course on Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring (22 - 25 May 2018, Rome)!

The clock is ticking! Register before 31st January to get your discounted sit at the 5th IcGSM!

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Do you want to be PARTNER of the Course? Call for partners is open!

Find out more on the new website!

Share your experience during the participants' sessions by submitting your abstract within the 28th February 2018!

The Abstract Sessions are scheduled:
1) New Trends (presentation of an innovative technology)
2) Case Histories (case studies description)


Please send the title, an abstract of max 250 words and the name of the speaker.
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Award of Excellence

We are pleased to announce that the Department of Earth Sciences of Sapienza University of Rome has been awarded as Department of Excellence for the period 2018-2022. This recognition has been achieved also thanks to the Experimental Landslide Monitoring Site of Poggio Baldi Landslide, developed and managed by NHAZCA, which led to the achievement of the socio-environmental sustainability objective as an experimental, didactic and informative program related to geological risks.

Find out more in the article

"Experimental Landslide Monitoring Site of Poggio Baldi Landslide (Santa Sofia, N-Apennine, Italy)"

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