The team in SMARTI ETN has a multidisciplinary background including civil, mechanical, chemical and electrical and electronic engineerscomputer scientists and business and marketing managers from Academia, Research Centres and Industry. They are experts in the fields of infrastructure design, construction and management, material testing and sustainability analysis, based in 6 European countries (Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Spain and United Kingdom).

Individual Training

Mr Andrew Dawson

Doctoral Studies Panel

 

Group Training

Dr Davide Lo Presti (The University of Nottingham)

Ms Alison Johnson (The University of Nottingham)

Ms Ana Jiménez del Barco Carrión (The University of Nottingham)

Ms Ana Jiménez del Barco Carrión (The University of Nottingham)

Miss Jelena Stankovic (The University of Nottingham)

Miss Natalia Colinas Armijo (The University of Palermo)

Dr Davide Lo Presti (The University of Nottingham)

Dr Filippo Giustozzi (RMIT)

Dr Laura Inzerillo (The University of Palermo)

Dr Antonina Pirrotta (University of Palermo)

Dr Paul Clarke (AECOM)

Mr Mathias Andersen (Dynatest)

Dr Paul Doherty (GDG)

Prof Mayca Rubio (The University of Granada)

Dr Simon Pouget (EIFFAGE)

Dr Davide Lo Presti (The University of Nottingham)

Dr Emmanuel Chailleux (IFSTTAR)

Dr Alvaro Garcia (The University of Nottingham)
ESR1 – Encapsulated rejuvenators for asphalt mixture – “REJUCAPHALT”

Dr Simon Pouget (EIFFAGE)
ESR2 – Nanosensor technology for road pavements – “Nano Asphalt”

Dr Emmanuel Chailleux (IFSTTAR)
ESR3 – Development of a pavement system able to capture solar energy – “RA2ROAD”

Dr Matthew Brough (AECOM)
ESR4 – Development of a railway system component (earthworks, transitions, trackbed, drainage) remote condition monitoring methodology and analysis tools to predict future system deterioration – “RaCoMo”

Dr Paul Clarke (AECOM)
ESR4 – Development of a railway system component (earthworks, transitions, trackbed, drainage) remote condition monitoring methodology and analysis tools to predict future system deterioration – “RaCoMo”

Dr Craig Govan (AECOM)
ESR4 – Development of a railway system component (earthworks, transitions, trackbed, drainage) remote condition monitoring methodology and analysis tools to predict future system deterioration – “RaCoMo”

Mr Andrew Dawson (The University of Nottingham)
ESR5 – Sustainable Harvesting of Energy from Rail Infrastructure – “SHERI”

Dr Antonina Pirrotta (The University of Palermo)
ESR6 – Smart railway and road bridges through novel formulation for introducing seismic damper – “Smart Damper”

Dr Davide Lo Presti (The University of Nottingham)
ESR7 – Smart and Sustainable solutions for road and airport pavements – “SmartEcoPave”

Dr Davide Lo Presti (The University of Nottingham)
ESR8 – COMPutational design and characterisation of RHEOlogically COMPlex emerging Materials to enhance durability and resiliency of transport infrastructure’s technologies – “COMP2RHEO”

Dr Luis Neves (The University of Nottingham)
ESR9 – Risk-based Resilience indicators for Roadway networks – “ResilRoad”

Prof Gaetano Di Mino (The University of Palermo)
ESR10 – Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment for Transport Infrastructures – “LCSA4TRANSPORT”

Mr Mathias Andersen (Dynatest)
ESR11 – Dynamic Structural Evaluation of Runways – “DYSER”

Dr Laura Inzerillo (The University of Palermo)
ESR12 – SUstainable ROad MAnagement through Low Cost Techniques – “SuRoMa”

Dr Paul Doherty (Gavin&Doherty Geosolutions)
ESR13 – Satellite Monitoring of Traffic Loading on Bridges – “Sat-Mon”

Prof Mayca Rubio (The University of Granada)
ESR14 – Mechanomutable asphalt binders for the construction of smart pavements – “MAB”

Dr Fernando Moreno (The University of Granada)
ESR14 – Mechanomutable asphalt binders for the construction of smart pavements – “MAB”

Dr Pierre Hornych (IFSTTAR)
ESR15 – Multi-functional road monitoring system – “WirelessBox”

Dr Juliette Blanc (IFSTTAR)
ESR15 – Multi-functional road monitoring system – “WirelessBox”