Young researchers conference 2024
Date & Time

2 May 2024
13:00 - 17:00 BST

Location

Online

Price
Free
Young researchers conference 2024

Young researchers conference 2024

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Date & Time

2 May 2024
13:00 - 17:00 BST

Location

Online

Price
Free

A showcase of outstanding structural engineering research, bringing together students, academics and practitioners.

The Young researchers conference returns for its 26th year. This online event features the best structural engineering research projects presented by PhD students. 

Apply to present at this conference for an opportunity to showcase your research to other young researchers, young engineers and industry professionals. Deadline for applications is 8 March 2024.  

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Reasons to attend

  • Discover the range of structural engineering research happening around the world 

  • Discover new areas of research that could be taken forward 

  • Contribute questions to the presenters and vote for the best presentation

  • Connect with the PhD researchers and industry professionals with a passion for great research 

Intended for

This conference is open to everyone but might be of particular interest to:  

  • Academics who are supporting PhD students 

  • PhD Students looking to participate in a future conference or identify research that can enhance or link to their research 

  • Students looking to learn more about PhD and post-doctoral work, including areas of research to focus on 

  • Industry professionals with an interest in emerging research trends or research with real potential for application in industry 

  • Anyone with an interest in learning more about the current research projects taking place in structural engineering 

Speaker

Pete Winslow Director, Expedition Engineering & Useful Simple Trust

Pete obtained his PhD from the University of Cambridge in 2009 and is now a practicing engineer and R&D lead, sitting on the executive board of Expedition Engineering and the Useful Simple Trust. He played key roles in designing the pioneering ferrocement solar canopy for the Stavros Niarchos Cultural Centre in Athens and the Stockton Infinity footbridge. He was in the engineering team for the award-winning London 2012 Velodrome and has experience across a range of unusual and special structures. Pete is actively involved in a portfolio of R&D programs and strategic engineering consultancy, working with universities, industry and major infrastructure clients to deliver tangible benefits with a particular focus on cost and carbon reduction.

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Contact

Email - [email protected]

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