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Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile

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Il Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile (DINCI) ricade nell’area tecnologica CUN 08–Ingegneria Civile e Architettura e si ispira ai valori culturali che hanno da sempre contraddistinto l’ingegneria civile italiana, punto di riferimento nella pianificazione, costruzione e gestione delle infrastrutture e delle opere in ambiente urbano e nei contesti naturali. Il progetto culturale si basa sull’eredità dei tre Dipartimenti – Difesa del Suolo, Pianificazione territoriale, Strutture - ante legem 240/2010 e mantiene e rafforza le aree caratterizzanti dell’ingegneria civile, quali la Scienza e la Tecnica delle Costruzioni, l’Architettura tecnica e la Composizione architettonica, la Geotecnica, l’Idraulica e le Costruzioni idrauliche, le Strade, i Trasporti, l’Urbanistica e altre discipline di confine quali l’Estimo, la Tecnologia dei materiali e la Topografia. Ciascuna di esse sviluppa tematiche legate anche alla trasformazione delle opere, come è oggi richiesto dalla società, riprendendo temi classici dell’ingegneria civile e dell’architettura e riproponendoli alla luce delle nuove esigenze di sostenibilità e sicurezza.

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