Componente Consiglio Scuola Master (Specialising Master’s Programmes and Lifelong Learning School)
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Prof. Daniele Peila graduated cum laude as Mining Engineer in 1987 at Politecnico di Torino where, after a period as field engineer in construction firms, he become before research assistant and then professor.
He presently is Full Professor at Politecnico di Torino teaching “Tunnelling” and “Reinforcements of soil and rock” and he is Director of the Post-graduate Master Course on “Tunnelling and Tunnel Boring Machines”.
He is member of the Board of the Specializing Master and Lifelong Learning School of Politecnico di Torino and head of the DIATI laboratories “Tunnelling and Underground Space” and “Rock fall protection Engineering” at Politecnico di Torino.
He has been vice-president of International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association and since 2013 acts as vice-president Italian Tunnelling Association.
He has been Editor “Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology” and presently is Editor in Chief of the “Environmental and Mining Geo-engineering” Journal and member of the editorial board of many international journals.
His fields of specialization are: tunnelling (conventional and mechanized), mining and rock-fall protection.
In these fields he acted as person in charge of many research projects and is author of more than 250 papers published on both international journals and congress proceedings.
Furthermore, he is often called upon to give worldwide lectures and seminars for events organized by International Universities (among which INSA Lyon; Queen’s University (CA); Colorado School of Mines ; National Technical University of Athens; ETH; Universitat Innsbruck; SUPSI (CH); Technical University of Petrosani (Romania), Italian Universities (among which Politecnico di Milano, Rome “La Sapienza”, Udine, Trento, Palermo, Florenze, Genoa and Piemonte Orientale)
Ha regularly delivers lectures and seminars for the Italian Boards of Engineers and of Geologis and has delivered lecture for International life learning courses or key notes in Salisburg, Teheran; Guadalajara (Mexico); Kuala Lumpur; Santiago; Geneve; Seoul; Montreal; Bangkok; Sinliurfa (Turkey); Lyon; Bern; Warsaw; Ljubljana; Buenos Aires; Vancouver; Washigton; Budapest; Praga; Istanbul and Lyon.
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(Area 0008 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura)
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Scopus Author ID: 6701326050
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ERC sectorsPE8_3 - Civil engineering, architecture, maritime/hydraulic engineering, geotechnics, waste treatment
SDGGoal 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure Goal 15: Life on land Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities
KeywordsArte mineraria Costruzione di gallerie Frane Landslides Mining Opere di protezione contro la caduta massi Rockfall protection devices Rockfalls Tunnel boring machine Tunnelling
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