Pietro Meriggi




For students of SSDR course: Thursday, 6.30-7.30pm - Room 3 Ostia Branch ("New" building)
For other students: to be planned by email

Pietro Meriggi is a Researcher (RTD/A) and member of the Structures Research Group at the Department of Engineering of Roma Tre University, in Rome (Italy). Born in 1992, he got his BSc in 2014, his MSc in 2017, and his PhD in Civil Engineering in 2021 at Roma Tre University. 

Pietro’s research interests include the experimental, analytical and numerical analysis of the static and seismic behaviour of existing buildings, with particular interest in the preservation of the historical built heritage.
In particular, the development and design of composite systems for structural strengthening (FRCM, CRM), laboratory tests from material to structure scale, the development of analytical models for the verification of reinforced and unreinforced existing constructions, discrete element modelling (DEM) of masonry constructions, and the surveying and monitoring of existing structures and infrastructures with both traditional and innovative digital systems (digital photogrammetry and image and video processing), are the main activities carried out by Pietro in his research work.

In January 2020 Pietro was visiting PhD Student at Navier Laboratory – IFSTTAR in Paris, where he worked on the investigation of possible strengthening techniques for 3D printed digital concrete structures.

Pietro has recently been involved in International Technical Committees, including the RILEM TC 250-CSM “Composites for sustainable strengthening of masonry” and the ACI 549 0L – RILEM TC 250 CSM Liaison Subcommittee “Design and Construction of Externally Bonded Fabric Reinforced Cementitious Matrix (FRCM) Systems for Repair and Strengthening Masonry Structures”.


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