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Gian Paolo Cimellaro
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Gian Paolo Cimellaro

Projects:


Research Grants (PI)

REEDING

2015 - 2016

[11] Project Title: Improving Reliability and Efficiency of Electrical Distribution Infrastructures (REEDING), Seed Grant, sponsored by the Siebel Energy Institute of the University of California at Berkeley, August 2015 – January 2016: Principal Investigator (PI)

GRADUATE STUDENTS DESIGN GRANT

2015 - 2016

[10] Project Title: Design and construction of a bi-directional shaking table,   sponsored by the Politecnico di Torino Commission Program for graduate student projects, April 2015 – March 2016:  Principal Investigator (PI).  

IDEAL RESCUE

2015 - 2019

[9] Project Title: IDEal reSCUE— Integrated DEsign and control of Sustainable CommUnities during Emergencies,  ERC-StG-2014 Starting Grant, sponsored by the European Research Council, 2015-2019:  Principal Investigator (PI), Budget: 1.3M Euro. Watch the interview

INTERNAZIONALIZZAZIONE

2013 - 2015

[8] Project Title: A framework for modelling and assessing the effectiveness of resilience enhancement strategies for structures and infrastructures Grant agreement no.: ### Joint project for the internationalization of the Research sponsored by the Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation and the Politecnico di Torino, October 2013 – November 2015:  Principal Investigator (PI). 

GRADUATE STUDENTS DESIGN GRANT

2013 - 2015

[7] Project Title: Design and construction of a monodirectional shaking table,  sponsored by the Politecnico di Torino Commission Program for graduate student projects, December 2013 – November 2015:  Principal Investigator (PI). 

IRUSAT

2015 - 2016

[6] Project Title: IRUSAT— Improving Resilience of Urban Societies through Advanced Technologies Grant agreement no.: PIOF-GA-2012-329871 sponsored by the European Commission, August 2013 - August 2016:  Principal Investigator (PI), Budget: 350000 Euro.

MITOR

2013 - 2015

[5] Project Title: MITOR: Increasing Resilience of Communities to Earthquakes through Smart Phones after the 2012 Emilia Event, sponsored by MIT-POLITO joint MITOR program between Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Politecnico di Torino (POLITO), January 31, 2013- August 31, 2015:  Principal Investigator (PI).

ECRIS

2012 - 2015

[4] Project Title: ECRIS - European Communities resilient integrated through Smart Phones Grant agreement no.: 3435777CDC, sponsored by Israel-Italy Joint Innovation Program for Industrial, Scientific and Technological Cooperation in R&D, EUREKA Label, March 2012- February 2015:  Principal Investigator (PI). 

ICRED

2010 - 2015

[3] Project Title: ICRED-Integrated European Disaster Community Resilience Grant agreement no.: PIRG06-GA-2009-256316, sponsored by the European Commission, July 2010- July 2015:  Principal Investigator (PI). 

MITOR

2011 - 2012

[2] Project Title: MITOR: Guiding L’Aquila reconstruction after 2009 Earthquake rebuilding a resilient city to multiple hazards, sponsored by MIT-POLITO joint MITOR program between Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Politecnico di Torino (POLITO), January 2011- September 2012:  Principal Investigator (PI).

FIELD RECONNAISANCE ACTIVITIES

2012

[1] Project Title: Field reconnaissance activities after 2012 Emilia earthquake Grant agreement no.: #, sponsored by Politecnico di Torino and Emergency Authority Emilia Region, June 2012- December 2012:  Principal Investigator (PI).

Teaching Grants

2011

[2] Teaching grant for Short Course entitled:” Improving Community Resilience through emerging systems in North America Seismic design” by Professor Michel Bruneau, University at Buffalo (SUNY), USA, sponsored by the Doctoral School of Civil Engineering of the Politecnico di Torino, March 14-18th, 2011. 

2011

[1] Teaching grant for Short Course entitled:” Supplemental damping and seismic isolation for resilient structures” by Professor Andre` Filiatrault, Director of MCEER (Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research), USA, sponsored by the Doctoral School of Civil Engineering of the Politecnico di Torino, November 21-25th, 2011. 

Participation in Research Projects (CoPI)

TU1402 COST ACTION

[8] Project Title: Quantifying the Value of Structural Health Monitoring Grant agreement no.: TU1402 sponsored by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) Action through the EU RTD Framework programme: Role: Management Committee Member (MCM). 

ReLuis

2010 - 2013

[7] Project Title: Progetto esecutivo – Thematic Field 3 – Thrust Area 1 - Task 3 "Health Monitoring" sponsored by ReLuis-Network of Italian Seismic Earthquake Engineering Simulation Laboratories (2010-2013).

IRIS

2009 - 2012

[6] Project Title: Integrated European Industrial Risk Reduction System (IRIS) Grant agreement no.: CP-IP 213968-2, sponsored by Seventh Framework Programme, April 2009- December 2012. 

NIST

2009 - 2010

[5] Project Title: A Framework for Defining and Measuring Disaster Resilience at the Community Scale ($69,751) sponsored by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), September 2009-September 2010.

PACER-DHS

2006 - 2009

[4] Project Title: Quantification of Organizational Resilience for Health Care Facilities ($132,000) sponsored by PACER - A Homeland Security Center of Excellence, through DHS – Department of Homeland Security,  October 2006-September 2009.

MCEER-NSF

2004 - 2007

[3] Project Title: Quantification of Resilience Dimensions for Specific Facilities ($41,650) sponsored by MCEER (Multidisciplinary Center to Extreme Events) through NSF (National Science Foundation) and NYS (New York State), October 2004-September 2007.

MCEER-NSF

2004 - 2007

[2] Project Title: Seismic Global Retrofit of Structures by Strength Reduction and Damping Enhancement ($233,500) sponsored by MCEER (Multidisciplinary Center to Extreme Events) through NSF (National Science Foundation) and NYS (New York State), October 2004-September 2007.

MCEER-NSF

2004 - 2005

[1] Project Title: Definition and quantification of resilience – A center-wide system-integrated resilience measures ($45,000) sponsored by MCEER (Multidisciplinary Center to Extreme Events) through NSF (National Science Foundation) and NYS (New York State), January 2004-September 2005.



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