The Young researchers conference returned for its 24th year. This online event featured the best research projects from Ph.D. students in structural engineering.
Eight young researchers presented their work to a panel of judges. The afternoon also included an inspiring keynote address from Dr Mariapia Angelino of WSP and a presentation from the Research into Practice competition winner Dr Smail Kechidi.
The panel of judges comprised of both academics and practicing engineers from the IStructE Research Panel and an industry guest.
Watch now to learn more about the range of structural engineering research happening around the world.
Enhancing the robustness of PBBS precast concrete systems, by Kamil Riedel, Imperial College London
Smart Net-Zero Energy Structural Control by Lefteris Koutsoulakas, University of Leeds
- Structural behaviour and design criteria of segmental high-speed railway bridges by Javier Cañada Pérez-Sala, Imperial College London
Bipedal inverted pendulum for modelling vertical pedestrian-structure interaction on footbridges, by Bintian Lin, University of Exeter
Pressurized sand damper as a sustainable solution for the response modification of structures, by Kostas Kalfas, Southern Methodist University
Web Crippling Strength and Behaviour of Cold-Formed Thin-Walled Channels with Web Openings, by Hasini Weerasinghe, University of Sri Jayewardenepura/University of Northumbria
Congratulations to our winners and thank you once again to the event's sponsors Rothoblaas and COWI.
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
Challenging technical standards for the construction industry Mariapia Angelino, WSP
Smart Net-Zero Energy Structural Control Lefteris Koutsoulakas, University of Leeds
Enhancing the robustness of PBBS precast concrete systems Kamil Riedel, Imperial College London
Structural behaviour and design criteria of segmental high-speed railway bridges Javier Cañada Pérez-Sala, Imperial College London