Roberto Mauricio Luna

Roberto Mauricio Luna
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile | UC · Departamento de Ingeniería y Gestión de la Construcción

Master of Science

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COVID-19 has severely impacted construction projects, not only by contagions and imposed restrictions but also by dynamically changing supply, work, and labor conditions. Management teams have had to adapt to these dynamically constrained conditions, mostly reacting through trial and error. Since decisions regarding planning, resource, and preventi...
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The use of games in engineering teaching is common practice in classes with lecturers all over the world. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, undergraduate civil engineering education became virtual and remote. In this context, many games traditionally played in person among students have undergone adaptations to the digital environment. The gam...
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To avoid accidents on site, safety planning plays a crucial role in the construction domain. It consists of risk identification and making proper decisions about the safety measures required to be implemented during the construction phase. This safety planning process heavily relies on safety managers’ risk perception capabilities. These capabiliti...
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La seguridad es uno de los factores más importantes en muchos proyectos de construcción, debido a la alta frecuencia accidentes y las diversas fuentes de riesgo presentes en esta industria. Para mitigar los problemas de seguridad se debe poner el énfasis en las prácticas de gestión preventivas más que en las reactivas. Es por esto que, el objetivo...

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To promote the collaborative work of researchers who are beginning their career in the AIC industry, disseminating knowledge and research, through scientific publications, conferences, webinars, and other means of scientific dissemination.