Author: Yung Loo, Matt Sykes and Craig Sturzaker (Arup) and John Osborne and Charlie Cook (CERN)
1st July 2015
First published: 1st July 2015
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Yung Loo, Matt Sykes and Craig Sturzaker (Arup) and John Osborne and Charlie Cook (CERN)
In his winning entry to the Institution's 2015 Kenneth Severn Award, Eamonn Keane sets out six ways in which he believes the education of structural engineers could be improved to develop their creativity and problem-solving ability.
All articles published in the July 2015 issue.
The Structural Engineer intends to publish a Special Issue devoted to analysis and design tools and is seeking contributions based on the topics outlined in the Call.