- Union of Architects of Armenia,
- Yerevan Telecommunication Research Institute,
- YEREVANSHIN LLC
- Innovative Education Foundation
Main activities of the Seismic Resilience Research and Development Unit at NUACA are focused on:
- Conducting research in the sphere of sensor based construction health monitoring, digital techniques for construction safety, wireless sensor network systems, Internet of Things (IoT), with integration to Building Information Models(BIM)
- Establishment of fruitful and successful academy
- Industry cooperation through research and development.
Type of Services
Services of the Seismic Resilience Research and Development Unit are:
- Research projects
- Applicative Research projects
- International projects
- National projects
- Professional courses (LLL courses)
Human resources (staff)
Head of the Seismic Resilience Research and Development Unit is Doctor, Professor Tigran Dadayan. The Unit consists of a Research Unit lead by PhD, Associate Professor Lusine Karapetyan, an International-development Unit lead by PMP, Assistant Professor Gohar Avetisyan, Educational Unit lead by Doctor, Professor Mher Markosyan and Marketing-promotion Specialist Nelly Harutyunyan. SRRDU has one laboratory assistant. SRRDU employs Faculty staff members, based on current needs.
SRRDU uses the space of Institute of Faculty of Construction, the Chair of Building Structures where it is set.
The obtained equipment will be used and for research and for educational purposes. Equipment such as Schmidt hammer, digital impact hammer, three components velocity sensors, three components acceleration sensors, recorder of vibration periods, platform of horizontal vibration will allow to carry out scientific and experimental researches about building structures and for students and for Industry. Moreover, it will make possible to cooperate with different design and construction companies for conducting research projects. The full list of equipment can be found here.
Link to website (url link)
Contact person of the Cooperative R&D Unit
Address of the Cooperative R&D Unit
105 Teryan Street, 0009, Yerevan, Armenia