Young researchers conference 2021

Author: Lulu Zhang, Luke Lapira, Amila Jayasinghe, Nathan Vella, Zachariah Wynne, Robert Corbally, Ailsa Roberts and Adam Faircloth

Date published

28 January 2022

Price
Free
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Young researchers conference 2021

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Lulu Zhang, Luke Lapira, Amila Jayasinghe, Nathan Vella, Zachariah Wynne, Robert Corbally, Ailsa Roberts and Adam Faircloth

Date published

28 January 2022

Author

Lulu Zhang, Luke Lapira, Amila Jayasinghe, Nathan Vella, Zachariah Wynne, Robert Corbally, Ailsa Roberts and Adam Faircloth

Price

Free

This conference offered young researchers a chance to present their work and receive feedback from academics and industry leaders.

The Young researchers conference features the best research projects from PhD students in structural engineering and brings together practitioners, academics and students in a showcase of outstanding structural engineering research. 

Reasons to watch

  • Discover the range of structural engineering research happening around the world

  • Learn from PhD researchers and industry professionals with a passion for great research

Who is it for?

  • Industry professionals with an interest in emerging research trends or research with real potential for application in industry

  • Students looking to learn more about PhD and post-doctoral work

  • Anyone with an interest in learning more about the current research projects taking place in structural engineering 

Flexural-torsional buckling response of stainless steel angle columns Lulu Zhang, Nanyang Technological University

Analysis and design of steel plates with double curvature Luke Lapira, Imperial College London

Minimising embodied carbon of reinforced concrete beams Amila Jayasinghe, University of Cambridge

An investigation on the behaviour of cold-formed steel-to-timber connections with inclined screws Nathan Vella, Imperial College London

Learning from in-service behaviour of a 3D printed steel footbridge Zachariah Wynne, University of Edinburgh

A machine learning approach for drive-by condition monitoring of bridges Robert Corbally, University College Dublin

Using the real, tested properties of steel reinforcement Ailsa Roberts, Expedition Engineering

The development of a non-destructive evaluation system for cross laminated timber Adam Faircloth, Griffith University

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Format:
Video
Publisher:
IStructE

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Research & Innovation Training Suitable for students IStructE London HQ Research Panel

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