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The panel administers our Research Fund.
It oversees the Research Award, MSc Research Grant and Undergraduate Research Grant and develops initiatives to attract young people into research careers.
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Six previous winners of awards at the Young Researchers Conference update us on their careers and give their thoughts on the future of research and structural engineering.
The executive summary from a 2018 Research Award-winning project. The project worked to experimentally explore and numerically describe the ductile behaviour of hollow steel sections in cyclical loading in the inelastic range.
A report summarising a 2018 Research Award-winning project. The project developed recommendations for the casting position factor !1 used in the determination of basic bond strength of reinforcement in EC2.
Jon Shave discusses how his career has been shaped since winning the Young Researchers Conference prize and talks about why research is so important to the industry.
The aim of this project is to optimally design an efficient floating man-made windbreak for the infrastructure and fragile coastlines vulnerable to wind storms.
This research addresses the scientific base for a new resilience-based bridge pier design and construction using a new composite column inspired by the human anatomy.
The aim of this study is to further the understanding of the seismic behaviour of multi-storey CLT buildings.
This research examines the damaging effects on reinforced concrete dual buildings, triggered by soil-structure interaction.