Bernardin Peros has graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at Sarajevo in 1976 and continued his postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb from 1977 to 1984. He had his doctoral thesis “Safety of structures with a dominant wind load” in 1995 at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb. Peros is a Professor lecturing at 6 courses at graduate studies and two courses at postgraduate-doctoral studies at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Split. Moreover, he is a Professor at postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Civil Engineering. He is a cooperator, main researcher, and counsellor at 15 scientific projects and a consultant for several scientific projects. His publications include 66 scientific papers in journals and proceedings of scientific conferences in Croatia and abroad, and he has 3 published books and 2 textbooks (for students). Furthermore, he is a mentor for a great number of postgraduate and doctoral theses and for 72 graduate theses. As a researcher, professional counsellor, and currently as an authorized reviewer, he has been engaged in the design, supervision, control of projects, technical revision, testing, expertises, and studies for more than 500 complex engineering structures (commercial and reisdential buildings, halls, bridges, fly-overs, stadiums, sport halls, antenna columns, columns for wind-generators, steel transmission equipment for hydroelectric power plants, etc.). In addition, Peros is a Member of the International Association for Wind Engineering (IAWE), European Convention for Constructional Steelwork (ECCS), Technical Boards for the develpment of Croatian norms and regulations in civil engineering in the field of action upon structures and metal and composite structures, Croatian Chamber of Architects and Civil engineers, and Croatian Association for mechanics.
Biography Updated on 7 April 2009