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.


Dynamic behaviour of soil-foundation-structure systems subjected to scour
Antonopoulos C, Tubaldi E, Carbonari S, Gara F, Dezi F
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (2021)
Numerical modelling of reinforced concrete frames with masonry infills and rubber joints
Dhir Prateek Kumar, Tubaldi Enrico, Ahmadi Hamid, Gough Julia
Engineering Structures Vol 246 (2021)
Innovations in earthquake risk reduction for resilience : recent advances and challenges
Freddi Fabio, Galasso Carmine, Cremen Gemma, Dall’Asta Andrea, Di Sarno Luigi, Giaralis Agathoklis, Gutiérrez-Urzúa Fernando, Málaga-Chuquitaype Christian, Mitoulis Stergios A, Petrone Crescenzo, Sextos Anastasios, Sousa Luis, Tarbali Karim, Tubaldi Enrico, Wardman John, Woo Gordon
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction Vol 60 (2021)
Seismic risk management through insurance and its sensitivity to uncertainty in the hazard model
Gkimprixis Athanasios, Douglas John, Tubaldi Enrico
Natural Hazards Vol 108, pp. 1629-1657 (2021)
Examining the contribution of near real-time data for rapid seismic loss assessment of structures
Tubaldi Enrico, Ozer Ekin, Douglas John, Gehl Pierre
Structural Health Monitoring (2021)
Influence of viscous dampers ultimate capacity on the seismic reliability of building structures
Scozzese Fabrizio, Gioiella Laura, Dall'Asta Andrea, Ragni Laura, Tubaldi Enrico
Structural Safety (2021)

More publications


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
Optimal design of rubber joints for seismic protection of masonry-infilled frame structures (EEFIT Research Grant-Institution of Structural Engineers, £1500)
Tubaldi, Enrico (Principal Investigator)
Annual grants supporting short-term projects that benefit earthquake disaster mitigation and post disaster reconnaissance efforts.
01-Jan-2020 - 31-Jan-2020
TRANSPORT SCOTLAND-SRRB Decision Support System based on “adaptive” Flood Level Markers
Tubaldi, Enrico (Principal Investigator) Ferguson, Neil (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2020 - 31-Jan-2021
A parsimonious method for masonry arch bridge assessment
Tubaldi, Enrico (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2020 - 31-Jan-2020

More projects


Civil and Environmental Engineering
James Weir Building

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