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In the ISOGKP, multidisciplinary hubs and a laboratory have been established. Following the resolutions of Kyoto and Sendai, the institute explores hazards as phenomena while simultaneously using engineering tools to reduce their risks and consequences.

The Institute for Seismic-Resistant Structures and Climate Change is a multidisciplinary scientific institution registered in the Ministry of Education and Science of North Macedonia. The Institute develops design methods that aim to build structures that will not be damaged by minor shaking and will avoid serious damage or collapse during a major earthquake.

The Champion ISOGKP

As the youngest scientific institution, the Institute for Seismic Resistant Structures and Climate Change is dedicated to providing academic continuing education for engineers who will leave the institute ready to follow new developments in their profession and provide quality service to their community.

Creating Net Zero societies to reduce global warming is our duty for future generations.


Our Departments&Lab

Our departments and lab are established to solve the problems of citizens caused by natural hazards, man-made hazards as well as climate problems. Creating a resilient society against these threats is the task of each department’s team.

Who We've Worked With

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Mission Statement

By offering an enriched EUROCODE educational program, the ISOGKP institute develops the unique abilities and potential of each engineer. Hands-on experience is our key to excellence. We build seismically safe and green cities through the rich traditions of our innovative research.

Our Core Values

We have a scientific approach that is modern, relevant, and inspires our clients to achieve their goals. As scientists, we are bold in our ambitions for new scientific research and decisive in our approach to new solutions.

Our Philosophy

At ISOGKP, we pursue green buildings through a scientific approach. Our analyses are based on scientific observations of natural and technological hazards, as well as climate change. As far as global warming by 2050 is concerned, we believe that our research will contribute to the Paris target.