The Panel promotes the effective dissemination and application of the results of research to enhance the practice of structural engineering and influence the direction of future research priorities. The Panel’s main activities are:
Explore our range of online training, recorded lectures and up and coming events.
Proceedings of the most recent Young Researchers Conference
The executive summary from a 2020 Research Award winning project.
Umut Akguzel describes his research into seismic retrofitting of reinforced concrete structures using advanced composites, which won the Institution's inaugural Research into Practice essay competition in 2019.
This webinar is part 5 of a 6-part series on novel materials and methods to achieve net-zero, and it considers how fibre reinforced polymer can be used to build road bridges.
The executive summary from a 2018 Research Award winning project.
A poster from a project funded by the Institutions 2020/21 Undergraduate Research Grants.
A poster from a project funded by the Institution's 2019/20 MSc Research Grants.
The 23rd Young researchers conference took place virtually on 17 March 2021. This unique event offers young researchers a chance to display their work and receive feedback from academics and industry leaders.
The report of the 2020 Research into Practice Award winner. The project investigated how to undertake higher yield steel reinforcement and its implementation at HS2's Old Oak Station.
This one-day, online course offers an introduction to timber design to Eurocode 5.
This two-day course shows engineers how to arrive at a qualitative solution to both create a structure and check computational results.
This two-day, online course shows engineers how to arrive at a qualitative solution to both create a structure and check computational results.
A breakfast briefing, sponsored by Getzner, focusing on elastic building isolation and its application for achieving dynamic optimisation and structural integrity.
An expert from the British Board of Agrement will talk about aspects of performance of materials and structures from a perspective of the construction certification authority in the UK.
This webinar focuses on reusing waste materials, such as rammed earth and recycled bricks, in design and construction.
The final lecture of the History Study Group's autumn lecture series, celebrating it's 50th anniversary, will reveal the untold history of crafts people's role in the modernisation of the construction in the British Isles.
The Featured Article for Volume 55 (September 2023) of Structures , chosen by Associate Editor Lin-Hai Han, covers investigations into slip-critical blind bolts anchored in concrete-filled steel tubes.