The second Split Summer School with courses FDEM Application in Engineering (FDEM), Introduction to GIS with practical applications, Structural Analysis of Historic Buildings (SAHB) and Structural fire engineering analysis (SFEA) took place from 5thto 9thof September 2016 at Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy in Split, Croatia. As part of the Summer School, in collaboration with the studio Baldini, there was two more courses: BIM for Architects and Engineers for BIM.The school was attended by 40 students and engineers from China, Netherlands, Belgium, Romania, Poland, Russia, Germany, Slovakia, Italy, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
The events were organized by Vice-Dean, Assoc. Prof. Mirela Galić, Morena Galešić, mag. ing. aedif. and Vladimir Divić, Ph. D.. Assist. Prof. Martina Baučić, Marina Tavra, mag. ing. geod. et geoinf. and Jelena Kilić, mag. ing. geod. et geoinf.
After a week of lectures, exercises and work on individual projects, the final project presentations were successfully held on Friday 9th of September 2016. Upon completion of the presentations, Vice-Dean, Assoc. Prof. Mirela Galić awarded each participant the certificate for successful completion of the Split Summer School 2016.
In the afternoon, the group was taken to a sightseeing tour. Participants had the opportunity to walk through the Diocletian’s palace and take a peek at its most intimate corners. The Game of thrones fans had the opportunity to see where their favorite characters filmed the scenes in the palace.
At the final dinner, Faculty Dean, Assoc. Prof. Boris Trogrlić thanked all participants once again and invited them to promote STSS and reunion next year around topics related to: structural fire engineering analysis, water resources and environmental engineering, scientific visualisation in engineering, structures of historic buildings, FEM/DEM, GIS – selected topics and design of structures by SCIA Engineer.
New friendships have been built during the summer school, as well as opportunities for future cooperation. The first summer school of this kind was successfully completed through learning, socializing and entertainment and, leaving all its participants an optimistic impression for future development.
See you next year. Be a part of the Split Summer School! 🙂