What is the Institution's Research Panel?

Author: Gardner L. (Imperial College London)

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1 February 2018

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What is the Institution's Research Panel?

The Structural Engineer
What is the Institution's Research Panel?
Date published

1 February 2018

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Gardner L. (Imperial College London)

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Gardner L. (Imperial College London)

Research and development are crucial for the future of our profession, and help to ensure that the structures we design are safe, efficient and sustainable. The primary role of the Institution's Research Panel, which comprises members from both industry and academia, is to support and promote research through our various grant schemes and initiatives. We also seek to enhance engagement between academia and industry to maximise the impact of research. Our key resource is the Institution's Research Fund, which relies heavily on annual donations
from members. In this article, we set out our initiatives, priorities and future plans.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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