Authors: Julián García

Julián García
Julián García
Education

B.S. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, 1994 B.A. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 2003 Ph.D. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, 2009

Professor García is a building engineer and historian of construction. Since 2000 he has been an associate professor of Construction at IE University. He conducts research on the mechanics and behavior of historical structures, with a primary focus on the collapse of masonry structures. Since 2002 professor García cooperates with a Spanish NGO, Fundación Vicente Ferrer, in their buildings under construction in India. His teaching interests include globalization of construction industry, structural design, history of construction and sustainable construction.

Selected Publications
1. García, J. Grau, J. y Martín, C. “La bóveda del aljibe del castillo de Jadraque”. In Actas del Séptimo Congreso Nacional de Historia de la Construcción. Instituto Juan de Herrera. Madrid, 2011.
2. García, J. y Losada, J.C. “Modern Shastras”. In Proceedings of the Third International Congress on Construction History. Cottbus University. Cottbus, 2009.
3. Diez-Pastor, C; Arroba, M; Alañón, P; García, J. y Grau, J. “Light as a Symbolic Definer of Spaces in Romanesque Architecture”. In LichtKonzepte In der vormodernen Architektur. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut. Berlin, 2009.
4. García, J. y Grau, J. “Technological and Industrial Colonisation”. In Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Construction History. Queens’ Collage. Cambridge University, 2006.
5. García, J. Maderas – Apuntes de Construcción. Editorial Visión Net. Madrid, 2003.