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University of Cambridge
The reconnaissance team was led by Dr Emily So, one of the Principal Investigators on LfE. She has 20 years of experience in the field of earthquake engineering and specialises in casualty loss estimation. She is Reader in Architectural Engineering at the Department of Architecture at the University of Cambridge.
University of Zagreb
Anamarija Babić is a student from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the University of Zagreb. She received a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering in 2018 and is completing her M.Sc. in Theory and Modelling of Structures. She was part of the field team deployed in Croatia.
Helena Majetic is also a student in the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the University of Zagreb. She received her B.Sc. in Civil Engineering in 2018 and is completing her M.Sc. in Theory and Modelling of Structures. She was part of the field team deployed in Croatia.
University College London (UCL)
Valentina Putrino is the researcher of the LfE project, within the UCL TEAM. She is the main developer of the EEFIT Mobile App and coordinated the training of damage surveys for the team.
Dr Diana Contreras Mojica is a research associate on the LfE project and is in charge of coordinating the project’s social media platforms. Her area of expertise is in assessing social vulnerability to natural hazards. She was in charge of collating and reviewing social media data, especially from Twitter for the event.
Professor Josip Atalić from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the University of Zagreb was the main coordinator of the national post-earthquake damage assessments, organising the data collection and the analyses of surveys. Professor Atalić and his team were also responsible for drafting the Law on reconstruction (and all additional documents related to it) for the Croatian government after the earthquake.
He will join the LfE team on the panel for discussions following the main presentation.
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