by Alessio PIPINATO
“Structure and infrastructure” is the thematic section of EDA dedicated to the multidisciplinary scope of construction and design, specifically dedicated to structures and transport infrastructure and service. In this section studies, research and realizations sent by academics, designers, construction companies, local authorities, such as universities, research centers, municipalities, provinces, regions, roads, highways, railways, port interport, hospitals managers. Jobs sent to the editorial staff are selected on the basis of the criteria of originality, consistency with the sectorial theme, the innovativeness of the proposed topic, the scientific and design importance. Each paper is evaluated within 30 days from the receipt, and the author will receive by this time the outcome of the peer review carried out, including judgment. The work deemed worthy of publication will appear on-line at the time of acceptance from the author and are valued as national publication online with ISSN code.
Area of interest of the thematic section:
1 - Design of infrastructure: it is dedicated to infrastructure projects that contain innovations and high quality of the project, also witnessed by awards and commendations.
2 - Design: is dedicated to structural design that contain innovations and high quality of the project, also witnessed by awards and commendations.
3 - Research: is dedicated to structural studies and infrastructure projects by young (maximum age of first author 35 y.o.) of particular importance and interest.
4 - Public: is dedicated to structural studies and infrastructure made by public bodies of particular importance and interest.
Alessio PIPINATO. Engineer, Architect, Ph.D. in Structural Design. At the University of Padua and the IUAV of Venice was: Adjunct Professor of Theory and Design of Bridges (UniPd) of Structural Engineering (UniPd), Adjunct Professor of Architecture and infrastructure (UniPd), Academic Coordinator Master in Infrastructure Planning (UniPd) and assistant Design Laboratory III (IUAV).