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An on-site teaching laboratory in a village damaged by the 2009 Abruzzo earthquake


Linda Giresini. This paper illustrates an on-site teaching laboratory that involved forty students of the School of Engineering at Pisa during the whole summers of 2010 and 2011. The activity consisted in a systematic survey of damages occurred in a small village after the 2009 Abruzzo earthquake and in the preparation of documents addressed to a reconstruction plan. The historical village of San Pio delle Camere (1000 inhabitants) was fully surveyed, including about 140 hypogean sites. Each student spent at least one month in these activities, funded by specific study grants provided by the Italian Tuscany Region. Teams of three-four students performed well-defined work packages, led by a tutor, who established roles and functions in the group. At the end of each day, the students discussed the progress made preparing also a weekly report. In the last phases, preliminary structural analyses were carried out to assess the seismic vulnerability of some relevant buildings, fully available to the s

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