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1st CERTBOND Training School
The first Certbond Training School took place University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy, from 20 to 22 September 2021.

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Workshop of Certbond Trainees – Poster Session

Nondestructive analysis of debonding in a honeycomb composite sandwich panel Kaleeswaran

BALASUBRAMANIAM, Poland

A lightweight floor system based on sandwich panel 

PolandPier Giovanni BENZO, Portugal

Structural glass facades subjected to seismic loading

Afonso MESQUITA, Portugal

Vitroceramic coatings bonded to metallic implants for dental and orthopaedic applications

Cristina BUSUIOC, Romania

Post-tensioned glass beams with adhesively bonded tendons

Jagoda CUPAC, Germany

Application of laser shock peening on high elastic limit steels for power transmission components

Maxime GUERBOIS, France

Development of structural connection joints for adhesively bonded glass–plastic-composite panels

Julian HÄNIG, Germany

Interleaving thermoplastic non-woven veils to enhance the structural behaviour of co-cured composite joints

Oğuzcan İNAL, UK

Finite element analysis of point fixed laminated glass panels under distributed load: A comparison between mechanical and bonded fixing solution

Eliana INCA, Portugal

Adhesive selection for the realization of a bonded edge seal for fluid filled IGU’S

Alina JOACHIM, Germany

A parametric study of friction riveting on the disimilar joint formation and strength

Damjan KLOBČAR, Slovenia

On the improvement of adhesion between glass and polymeric materials

Gregorio MARIGGIÒ, Italy

Effects of temperature and peel-rate on fracture energy in the peeling process of a commercial safety film by considering a variable peel-angle q

Silvana MATTEI, Italy

Propagation simulation of multiple cracks in adhesively bonded composite joints

Lukas MÜNCH, Germany

In search of the holy grail of adhesives for cast glass structures: two contradictory case studies, the crystal houses façade in Amsterdam and a small glass pavilion in Greenland

Faidra OIKONOMOPOULOU, The Netherlands

Numerical simulation of laser shock paint stripping on aircraft aluminum substrates

Kosmas PAPADOPOULOS, Greece

Influence of elevated temperature on glued-in steel rods for CLT element

Nikola PERKOVIĆ, Croatia

Epoxy-PVB composite binder reinforced with nanostructures of WS2

Danica BAJIĆ, Servia

Data fusion based damage study using electromechanical impedance method

Shishir KUMAR SINGH, Poland

Adhesion capability of eco-epoxy adhesives synthesized by the addition of modified tannic acid

Nataša Z. TOMIĆ, Serbia

Dynamical mechanical analysis and fracture toughness of carbon reinforced epoxy composites

UrošTRDAN, Slovenia

Adhesion tests and laser stripping process of paint using shock waves: application to aeronautical parts in al alloys and CFRP

Selen UNALDI, France

The application of adhesives for connecting structural glass strips to existing timber joists

Žiga UNUK, Slovenia

Structural performance of embedded liquid-laminated glass connections

Stratis VOLAKOS, UK

Tests of the embedded laminated connection for glass structures

Michaela ZDRAŽILOVÁ, Czech Republic

Mechanical properties of glass-metal adhesive connection under elevated temperature

Markéta ZIKMUNDOVÁ, Czech Republic

Winner of the Best Poster

In search of the holy grail of adhesives for cast glass structures: two contradictory case studies, the crystal houses façade in Amsterdam and a small glass pavilion in Greenland
Faidra OIKONOMOPOULOU, The Netherlands.

G Meeting, WG Meetings, MC Meeting

Date: 22-23 September 2021
Place: University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy

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Numerical Analysis of Adhesive Point Fixings for Glass Facades

Applicant: Eliana Inca Cabrera
Reference: ECOST-STSM-Request-CA18120-47663
Dates: from 2021-02-15 to 2021-04-15
Beneficiary Institution: University of Trieste, Italy
Hosting Institution: University of Coimbra, Portugal
Contact Name: Chiara Bedon, Italy
Relevant Working Groups: WG2

Proposing a repair and structural health monitoring method of adhesively bonded joints based on eco-adhesives from tannic acid

Applicant: Nataša Z. Tomić
Reference: ECOST-STSM-Request-CA18120-47619
Dates: from 2021-01-31 to 2021-02-28
Beneficiary Institution: Innovation center of Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy in Belgrade, Serbia
Hosting Institution: Faculty for Aerospace Engineering, TU Delft, Netherlands
Contact Name: Sofia Teixeira de Freitas, Delft, Netherlands
Relevant Working Groups: WG1

Certbond Workshop – Working Group WG5: Disassembling

Date: 31st March, 2021
Format: Webinar

Call for STSM and ITC CG for the 2nd Grand Period (a total budget of 25.000€)
Aramid fabric composite materials reinforced with tungsten disulphide nanostructures for high impact resistant applications

Applicant: Danica M. Simić 
Dates: from 2020-03-11 to 2020-03-13 
Beneficiary Institution: Military Technical Institute (MTI, VTI), Belgrade, Serbia 
Conference: 6th World Congress of Smart Materials 2020 – Toward a new way of Intelligent Manufacturing, Barcelona, Spain 

G Meeting, WG Meetings, MC Meeting

Date: 11-12 January 2021
Place: Virtual Meeting

Insights of adhesives from renewable resources and new trends in adhesive formulations

Applicant: Alexandra Mocanu
Reference: ECOST-STSM-CA18120- 46542
Dates: from 2020-03-07 to 2020-03-14
Beneficiary Institution: University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Romania
Hosting Institution: Innovation center of Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy in Belgrade, Serbia
Contact Name: Nataša Tomić (ntomic@tmf.bg.ac.rs), Serbia
Relevant Working Groups: WG1