SMARTnet is the new and interactive part of Smart Shelter Research. We invite experts, professionals and students worldwide to participate and collaborate in finding safe building solutions for seismic regions, which can help save millions of people around the world!
We discuss urgent topics on the discussion forum and research the missing information with students and experts through our assignments.
With a group of experts, we will further test and validate the new data to supplement the current knowledge and create practical and clear information which is understandable for anyone.
Progress, conclusions and end results will be shown per topic on SMARTnet.
If you want to join us, please visit www.smart-net.org and fill out the application form.
You will find all the details and conditions you need for joining our research.
Currently we are seeking your professional input and expertise for the following topics:
Seismic Engineering – Rubble Stone Masonry – Material Properties -Seismic Testing- Seismic Modeling.
On SMARTnet you can participate in discussions related to your expertise. We are looking for reviewers and experts who like to give advice, or guide students with their research assignments. For more detailed information and to create an account to join our discussions, please visit www.smart-net.org
If you have any questions, or you would like to request a topic for research, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Your input is very valuable to us!
We believe in collaborations and SMARTnet will be THE place to work with fellow students around the world, experts and other professionals. We welcome students from universities and polytechnics with a study in Architecture or Engineering. The research assignments have a duration of at least 6 months, if you only have a timeline of 3-6 months we can discuss if it is feasible, less than 3 months it is not possible to join. All assignments will be conducted at your own university or polytechnic. You can choose to research on your own, or in a group.
Our Research assignments are divided in different categories. Please choose a topic that fits in/ is complementary to your study:
On www.smart-net.org you can create an account for your research, you can follow discussions, seek for experts and fellow students who can help you to bring your research to a success!
If you have any questions, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com