Award winning Structures papers free to read for three months
The Institution is delighted to announce the winners of its annual Structures prizes, recognising outstanding examples of pure and applied research. The winning papers will be free to access online for the next three months.
The prizes, for papers published in the journal during 2016, were presented at the People and Papers Awards in London on 8 June. The winners were as follows:
Best Research Paper Prize
Design of Concrete Filled Tubular Beam-columns with High Strength Steel and Concrete
J.Y. Richard Liew, Mingxiang Xiong and Dexin Xiong
Best Research into Practice Paper Prize – joint winners
Partial safety factor for reinforcement
Andrew Beeby and Paul Jackson
Construction aerodynamics of cable-stayed bridges for record spans: Stonecutters Bridge
S.H. Robin Sham and Tom A. Wyatt
The Structures prizes are judged by the Institution’s Research Panel, and sponsored by Elsevier. Each prize carries an award of £500.
Structures is a collaboration between the Institution and Elsevier, publishing internationally-leading research across the full breadth of structural engineering which will benefit from wide readership by academics and practitioners.
J.Y. Richard Liew receives the Best Research Paper Prize
Paul Jackson receives one of the Best Research into Practice Paper Prizes