Research

Latest activities

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Publications

K. Stavrianaki, M. Shortt, and P. Sammonds (2020). Source Location and Dataset Incompleteness in Acoustic Emissions from Ice Tank Tests on Ice-Rubble-Ice Friction. Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held in Espoo, Finland, 3-7 June 2019. Springer Bookseries.

I. Abubakar, et al. (2018). The UCL–Lancet Commission on Migration and Health: the health of a world on the move. The Lancet 392.10164:2606-2654.

D. Pohoryles, J. Melo, T. Rossetto, M. Fabian, C. McCague, K. Stavrianaki, B. Lishman and B. Sargeant (2016). Use of DIC and AE for monitoring effective strain and debonding in FRP and FRCM retrofitted RC beams. Journal of Composites for Construction: 04016057.

Keynote presentations and Invited talks

A Statistical and Mechanical Analysis of Ice Friction Experiments using Acoustic Emissions.
IUTAM Conference on Physics and Mechanics of Sea Ice, Aalto University, June, 2019.

A study on Earthquake Magnitude Correlations in Southern California (2019). Presentation at the University of Bath, Department of Mathematics.

K.Stavrianaki (2017). Seismic Hazard and earthquake magnitude correlations. International Symposium on Disaster Management in the age of Innovation and change (ISDM), Guangzhou, China (Keynote)

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