May 23-24, 2016, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
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Conference Program

Day 1, May 23

08:30-09:15 Registration
09:15-09:30 Opening Ceremony

Morning Session
Chair: Takahiro Tsuchimoto

09:30-10:00 Kabul Abdurashidov. Vulnerability and earthquake protection of industrial and residential buildings in Uzbekistan.
10:00-10:30 Hiroshi Isoda. Focusing around building damage detections by observation of seismic strong motion.
10:30-11:00 Yasushi Niitsu. Displacement measurement of shaking table damage test by image processing.

Coffee Break (11:00-11:30)

11:30-12:00 Sergey Tyagunov. In-situ data collection for structural modelling and assessing seismic vulnerability of existing buildings.
12:00-12:30 Kazumasa Watanabe. Resilience of Timber Post-Beam Structure with Flexible Joint.
12:30-13:00 Shakhzod Takhirov. Structural Assessment of Heritage Monuments by Means of Laser Scanning and Numerical Modelling in Uzbekistan: Samarkand, Bukhara, Tashkent and Shakhrisyabz.

Lunch break (13:00-14:20)

Afternoon Session
Chair: Angelo De Santis

14:20-14:50Toshikazu Hanazato. Structural Study for Restoration of the Prambanan World Heritage Temple Damaged by Central Java Earthquake of 2006.
14:50-15:20Yuri Petryna. Seismic protection of a school building by use of a tuned mass and stiffness control system.
15:20-15:50Takahiro Tsuchimoto. History of Seismic Disaster and Revision of Regulation for Timber Construction in Japan, and Properties of Recent Seismic Disaster.

Coffee Break (15:50-16:10)

16:10-16:25Chikahiro Minowa. Experimental manufacturing of a small shaking table in Uzbekistan.
16:25-16:55Tatsuo Narafu. Overview of Projects on Earthquake Disaster Management by JICA and Future Perspective in Central Asia and Neighboring Countries .
16:55-17:10Bakhodir Rahmonov. The engineering analysis of design feature of minaret Islom Hoja.
17:10-17:25Botir Rahmonov. Earthquake protection of architectural heritage buildings in Uzbekistan.
17:25-17:40Shukhrat Kenjaev. Structural peculiarities of Kalon Minaret in Bukhara.
17:40-17:55Anvar Yuvmitov. Influence of non-linear properties of the foundation with the ground seismic vibrations of adjacent buildings.
17:55-18:25Takahiro Tsuchimoto, Hiroshi Isoda, Toshikazu Hanazato. Special Talk on Recent Earthquake in Kumamoto (2016, On Houses, Kumanoto Castle).

Day 2, May 24

Morning Session
Chair: Kazumasa Watanabe

09:00-09:30Angelo De Santis. Earthquakes from space: examples of lithosphere-ionosphere coupling before large earthquakes detected by the ESA Swarm satellite mission.
09:30-10:00Bakhtiyar Nurtaev. The role of geodynamic conditions in unloading of intraplate stresses (on example of Southern Tienshan).
10:00-10:30Massimiliano Pittore. Earthquake Early Warning and Rapid Response Systems in Central Asia.

Coffee Break (10:30-11:00)

11:00-11:30Ilyas Aripov. Overview of seismic activity in Central Asia and neighboring areas.
11:30-12:00Davron Matrasulov. Seismic wave propagation in branched tectonic faults.
12:00-12:15Jasur Yuldashev. Seismic activity in Central Asia.
12:15-12:30Mukhamadzohir Kobulov. Structural analysis and seismic vulnerability assessment for Bibikhanum mosque in Samarkand.
12:30-12:45Axror Salokhiddinov. Instrumental methods for structural analysis of architectural heritage buildings.
12:45-13:00Nilufar Khasanova. Structural analysis and health assessment for heritage buildings Barakkhan, Kukaldash and Kaffol Soshi in Tashkent.

Lunch break (13:00-14:30)

Afternoon Session
Chair: Toshikazu Hanazato

14:30-14:45Fazil Kobulov. Seismic vulnerability assessment and retrofitting actions for Tilla Kori mosque in Samarkand.
14:45-15:00Zulfiya Khodjaeva. On the calculation of thermal strain state of reinforced concrete constructions in seismically active regions.
15:00-15:15Mukaddan Abduvasikova. Structural analysis and seismic vulnerability assessment for Shakhi-Zinda mouseleum in Samarkand.

Coffee Break (15:15-15:45)

15:45-18:00Round Table Discussions

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