Young researchers conference 2024

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Date published

10 May 2024

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Free

Young researchers conference 2024

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Date published

10 May 2024

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A showcase of outstanding structural engineering research, bringing together students, academics and practitioners.

The Young researchers conference returns for its 26th year. Six young researchers presented their work to a panel of judges, comprised of both academics and practising engineers from the IStructE Research Panel. 

A Pecha-Kucha style session saw two presentations bridging the gap between industry and research and demonstrating perspectives on future research areas.
The event was sponsored by IABSE.

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Winning research presentations

First place: 

  • Three-dimensional response of a full-scale masonry arch bridge under static and cyclic loads - Bowen Liu, University of Leeds
Joint second place:
  • 3D modelling of masonry arch bridges - Mohammed El Ashri, Imperial College London
  • Timber vault floors for low-embodied carbon buildings - Shane Hossell, University of Bath

 

Three-dimensional response of a full-scale masonry arch bridge under static and cyclic loads Bowen Liu, University of Leeds

3D modelling of masonry arch bridges Mohammed El Ashri, Imperial College London

Timber vault floors for low-embodied carbon buildings Shane Hossell, University of Bath

Winning posters

First place: 

  • ArchIMEDES: the development of computer vision based structural health monitoring methods for predicting scour at bridges - Ben Millar, Queen's University Belfast
Joint second place:
  • Waterborne debris impact forces on structures: is it accurate to assume the structure as massless in computing them? - Alessandro De lasio, University of Nottingham
  • Material and structural behaviour of rubberised alkali-activated concrete - Mohamed Elzeadani, Imperial College London

ArchIMEDES: the development of computer vision based structural health monitoring methods for predicting scour at bridges Ben Millar, Queen's University Belfast

Waterborne debris impact forces on structures: is it accurate to assume the structure as massless in computing them? Alessandro De lasio, University of Nottingham

Material and structural behaviour of rubberised alkali-activated concrete Mohamed Elzeadani, Imperial College London

Pecha-Kucha presentations

Bridging the gap between industry and research: perspectives on future research areas Andy Cross, Network Rail Efe Ayedog, Arup

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

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