E. García-Macías graduated with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering with First Class Honours in 2011 at the University of Granada, Spain. He received his MS degree from the University of Granada, Spain in 2012. Ph.D. cum laude in Civil Engineering in 2018, University of Seville, Spain. He is currently working as a postdoc at the University of Perugia, Italy.
Enrique García Macías
C/ Doctor Severo Ochoa S/N CP:18001 Granada, Spain
(+34) 625 01 85 21
My educational background is Civil Engineering, and my research career has focused on the development of novel sensing solutions for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of civil infrastructures. Specifically, I have devoted large efforts to the development of self-diagnostic cement-based composite materials, both from a fundamental and methodological standpoint.
Supervisors: Andrés Sáez Pérez and Rafael Castro Triguero. From 11/2015 to 03/2016 – Swansea University (UK) From 06/2016 to 10/2016 – University of Perugia (Italy)
Master's thesis: “Alternative methodologies to the semi-analytic solution to the problem of moving loads on high speed railway bridges based on the sensitivity of the response to train speed and on Hilbert’s transformation”. Qualification: 9.55/10, A GPA=4.00/4.00
Dissertation: “Dynamics of bowstring arch high-speed railway bridges: case study, alternatives analysis and conclusions for the design”. Qualification: 8.558/10, B+ GPA=3.30/4.00. Valedictorian honours (highest grade point average of the graduating class)
Group Head: Filippo Ubertini
Group Head: Rafael Castro-Triguero
Three-month internship awarded in the M.Sc. in Structural Engineering. Among the assigned tasks was the design of a training steel platform for ski cross, design of a meteorological mast with wave-tide interaction, and design and fabrication of in-house load cells. Oritia y Boreas (Private company). Ojos del Salado 100, 18008, Granada, Spain.