Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje was founded in 1949 and consists nowadays of twenty-three faculties, ten institutes and other institutions. The present structure of the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University can be illustrated with the following figures: over 36,000 students from the Republic of Macedonia as well as over 700 foreign students are enrolled at all faculties; over 2,300 teaching and scientific staff and associates are engaged in the teaching, educational and scientific process at the faculties and over 300 at the institutes. In its up-to present development of the University, over 100,000 students acquired their Bachelor degree, over 5,000 candidates obtained their master’s degrees while over 2,000 became doctors of science. In 2009 a Doctoral School, on University level, is established to foster and unify the quality of structured doctoral (PhD) education.

Faculty of Civil Engineering is one of the 5 oldest faculties at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University. The Faculty offers three main study programs: Civil engineering, Geodesy and the Geotechnical engineering on bachelor, master and doctoral level. But also the faculty is one of the three technical faculties organizing study program in environmental engineering prepared in the frame of two TEMPUS Projects – DEREC and DEREL. It should be also notified that the faculty was the seat of the international Doctoral School SEEFORM from its establishment in 2004 until 2010 and later is one of the three main Universities in its structure in the Region (Skopje, Belgrade and Nis). Faculty has excellent cooperation with companies from building industry, and is usually invited as consultant in the most challenging projects.

Chair of Structural  Analysis  has  a  twofold  focus:  continuous  improvements  in  teaching  and training methods, as well as keeping pace with research trend lines by nurturing an international scientific network.  The  central  teaching  disciplines  of  the  Chair  are  the fundamental methods for static and dynamic analysis of structural systems, various assessment algorithms for beam, plate and shell structures, as well as the theory of finite element modeling. Additional  specialized  courses  are  in  the  field  of  finite  element  modeling  of  real engineering  structures,  aseismic  design  of  buildings  and  engineering  structures,  assessment  of  masonry  structures,  dynamic  analysis  of  concrete  dam  structures, concepts for optimization, risk assessment, and nonlinear analysis.

The  relatively  high  seismic  hazard  in  the  region  of  Republic  of  Macedonia  directly establishes the  research epicenter.  The Chair of Structural Analysis is permanently  in  step  with  the  overall  developments  in  the  field  of  earthquake engineering,  starting  with  the  earliest deterministic  approaches  (design  of  seismic resistant structures) up to the latest probabilistic treatments of existing structures.


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