Published: 09 June 2015

Studying Biorock in New York, Indonesia and The Philippines

Education, Other Awards

Marc Easton, (25), has been a member of the Institution since 2008, and a practising structural engineer since September 2012, when he joined Arup in London. He is currently working to become a Chartered Member of the Institution. Here he talks about winning the Educational Trust’s Pai Lin Li Travel Award, which funds young structural engineers on research trips outside their home nations.

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Published: 21 May 2015

Researching earthquakes

Earthquake Engineering, Nepal

Nelson Lam has been a member of the Institution since 1990. He worked as a structural design engineer in the Hong Kong Office of Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick & Partners from 1982 to 1989, before moving to Australia to begin an academic career in earthquake engineering at The University of Melbourne. He will be one of the keynote speakers at our International Conference in Singapore in September. Here he talks about earthquake engineering and how structural engineers can contribute to the recovery mission in Nepal.

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Published: 18 May 2015

Structural engineers in Nepal

Earthquake Engineering, Making a difference

Josh Macabuag is a Chartered Structural Engineer, currently conducting an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) in building design for earthquakes and tsunamis at EPICentre, University College London. He has over four years' experience in building design, working in the UK, the Middle East and South Africa, and has worked with our Earthquake Engineering Field Investigation Team on multiple research trips to Japan following the 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami. Josh travelled to Nepal after the devastating Earthquake of 25 April, as part of the search and rescue team, SARAID. Here he describes his work and experiences.

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Published: 05 May 2015

Scotland's model engineers


The Scotland Regional Group held a Student Model Competition on 1 April at Heriot-Watt University. Institution Fellow, David Millar, talks us through the event.

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Published: 20 April 2015

The Triangular One

Housing, Other Awards, Shelters, Women Engineers

Gemma Lockwood is a Chartered Senior Engineer at WSP. She has been a member of the Institution since 2012. Last year she entered our Young Structural Engineers International Design Competition, with a brief to design a temporary accommodation solution for use in the wake of natural disasters. This year she was awarded the John Barrett Prize (alongside team mate Elizabeth Side from Mann Williams) for her Competition entry, “The Triangular One”.

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