Young researchers conference 2023

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Date published

23 March 2023

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Free

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Young researchers conference 2023

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Various

Date published

23 March 2023

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Various

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Free

The Young researchers conference returned for its 25th year to bring together structural engineering practitioners, academics and PhD students in a showcase of outstanding research projects.

Seven young researchers presented their work to a panel of judges, comprised of both academics and practising engineers from the IStructE Research Panel. The winning posters from the Poster competition were announced. A Pecha Kucha style session saw two presentations on research and innovation.
The event was sponsored by IABSE.

View the full conference proceedings

Winning research presentations

  1. Structural integrity of pultruded GFRP bridge decks with random fibre misalignments - Matthew Poulton, University College London

  2. Towards the adoption of metal 3D printing in structural engineering - Ben Weber, Imperial College London

  3. Experimental study of DED-arc additively manufactured steel double-lap shear bolted connections - Xi Guo, Imperial College London

Structural integrity of pultruded GFRP bridge decks with random fibre misalignments Matthew Poulton, University College London

Towards the adoption of metal 3D printing in structural engineering Ben Weber, Imperial College London

Experimental study of DED-arc additively manufactured steel double-lap shear bolted connections Xi Guo, Imperial College London

Key research challenges (Pecha-Kucha) Mike Sefton, Associate Innovation Engineer, Expedition Engineering Ltd & Filip Kirazov, USAR Engineer, SARAID

Winning posters

  1. Design of stainless steel structural systems by GMNIA with strain limits - Hou Un Chan, Imperial College London

  2. Mechanical and structural behaviour of rubberised alkali-activated concrete - Mohamed Elzeadani, Imperial College London

  3. Data-driven structural design models using physics-informed neural networks - Adrien Gallet, University of Sheffield

View the winning posters

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Video
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IStructE
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Research & Innovation Training IStructE London HQ Research Panel Young Members’ Panel

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