The event is organised by the Dynamical Systems and Risk Laboratory, School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, University College Dublin, Ireland. It will cover the findings of various working groups (WGs) of the COST Action TU1406 with a focus around WG5 on recommendations and guidelines along with contemporary topics around the Action including hazards, inspection quality and equipment, resilience and sustainability and environmental indicators.
The training school will be held between the 24th and 25th of July, 2018. The venue is located in south of Dublin, a global hub of innovation and research and University College Dublin is at the forefront of engineering innovation in Ireland.
There is plenty to see and do in Dublin and in Ireland – right from historical walks to the Great Atlantic Way. Some relevant websites in this regard are: www.failteireland.ie
The daytime temperature of Dublin in July is typically around +20 degree Celsius during daytime and around +9 and +11 degree Celsius at night. Rain is a part and parcel of Ireland, but when the sun shines, it is stunning. Therefore, it is highly recommended to check weather forecasts before you pack or bring warm clothes and umbrella/rain jacket with you.