Dr Enrico Tubaldi

Senior Lecturer

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Personal statement

Dr. Enrico Tubaldi joined the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Center for Intelligent Infrastructure at University of Strathclyde in October 2017 as Lecturer in Structural Engineering. Before joining University of Strathclyde, he was Marie Curie Reaserch Fellow at Imperial College London (UK). His research interests include risk assessment of structures and infrastructure under natural hazards such as earthquakes and floods, and computational structural mechanics. This research aims at reaching a better understanding of the physical behavior of building and bridge structures, by also taking into account the stochastic nature of the loading environment and of the structural properties. This effort can lead to safer, more economic and more rational design procedures and contribute to make the built environment more resilient against the impact of natural disasters. Please feel free to contact Dr. Tubaldi if interested in research or knowledge exchange collaborations or doing a PhD under his supervision.


An SHM-based classification system for risk management of bridge scour
Maroni Andrea, Tubaldi Enrico, McDonald Hazel, Zonta Daniele
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers – Smart Infrastructure and Construction (2022)
Mechanical behaviour of rubber bearings with low shape factor
Orfeo Alessandra, Tubaldi Enrico, Muhr Alan H, Losanno Daniele
Engineering Structures (2022)
A Bayesian network-based probabilistic framework for updating aftershock risk of bridges
Tubaldi Enrico, Turchetti Francesca, Ozer Ekin, Fayaz Jawad, Gehl Pierre, Galasso Carmine
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics (2022)
Vibration-based and near real-time seismic damage assessment adaptive to building knowledge level
Ozer Ekin, Özcebe Ali Güney, Negulescu Caterina, Kharazian Alireza, Borzi Barbara, Bozzoni Francesca, Molina Sergio, Peloso Simone, Tubaldi Enrico
Buildings Vol 12 (2022)
Invited perspectives : challenges and future directions in improving bridge flood resilience
Tubaldi Enrico, White Christopher J, Patelli Edoardo, Mitoulis Stergios Aristoteles, de Almeida Gustavo, Brown Jim, Cranston Michael, Hardman Martin, Koursari Eftychia, Lamb Rob, McDonald Hazel, Mathews Richard, Newell Richard, Pizarro Alonso, Roca Marta, Zonta Daniele
Natural Hazards and Earth System Science Vol 22, pp. 795–812 (2022)
Rapid earthquake loss updating of spatially distributed systems via sampling-based Bayesian inference
Gehl Pierre, Fayjaloun Rosemary, Sun Li, Tubaldi Enrico, Negulescu Caterina, Özer Ekin, D'Ayala Dina
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering (2022)

More publications


Low-cost sensor system for enhanced bridge flood resilience (TRIG)
Tubaldi, Enrico (Principal Investigator) Patelli, Edoardo (Co-investigator) White, Chris (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2022 - 30-Jan-2022
Affordable monitoring system for improving bridge flood resilience
Tubaldi, Enrico (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2022 - 28-Jan-2023
RAMOBRIS Risk Assessment and MOnitoring for BRidges under Scour hazard (MSCA IF 2020)
Tubaldi, Enrico (Principal Investigator) White, Chris (Co-investigator)
07-Jan-2022 - 06-Jan-2024
The Development of a Hybrid Empirical-Expert Opinion Model of the Vulnerability of the Scottish Road Network to Flooding
Ferguson, Neil (Principal Investigator) Patelli, Edoardo (Co-investigator) Tubaldi, Enrico (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2021 - 31-Jan-2022
Investigating approaches to encourage seismic retrofitting in less-developed countries
Tubaldi, Enrico (Co-investigator) Douglas, John (Principal Investigator)
Funder: Royal Academy of Engineering
Award: £18,500
13-Jan-2020 - 12-Jan-2021
Evaluating the benefit of structural health monitoring for improving bridge resilience against scour - National Centre for Resilience (NCR)
Tubaldi, Enrico (Principal Investigator) Ferguson, Neil (Co-investigator) Patelli, Edoardo (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2020 - 31-Jan-2021

More projects


Civil and Environmental Engineering
James Weir Building

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