Applications on our industry focussed research themes are encouraged, but you can cover other topics.
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Grants are not transferable to other supervisors or projects.
The £800 grant will be paid in two installments: £600 will be paid at beginning of project to the supervisor for project costs including equipment, consumables and software licenses.
£200 is paid to the student on submission of all deliverables.
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The best poster receives a £150 prize and will be displayed at our annual Young Researchers Conference.
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A poster from a project funded by the Institution's 2019/20 MSc Research Grants.
Publish Date ‐ 30 July 2021
Price ‐ Free
A poster from a project funded by the Institution's 2016/17 MSc Research Grants
Publish Date ‐ 1 June 2017
This poster describes a project to establish whether crowd simulation software, supplemented with a pedestrian loading model, could be a suitable tool for the analysis of human-induced vibrations of structures.
This poster describes techniques of coating recycled concrete aggregate with shredded waste plastic bags.
A poster from a project funded by the Institution's 2016/17 MSc Research Grants.
This poster describes a project to asses the viablilty of using structural topology optimisation to create a new exoskeleton for lattice self-supported towers.
Publish Date ‐ 30 August 2019
Location ‐ N/A
This poster describes a project that analysed the experimental behaviour of fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) wrapped exterior beam- column joints with detailing under static loading.
This poster describes a project to study the effectiveness of using bonded glass-fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) strips to strengthen joints in glass.
This poster describes a project to research the extremely variable physical properties of bamboo and predict the structural capacity of individual ‘culms’.
This poster describes a project that studied the response of a 12-storey cross laminated timber (CLT) structure designed by TRADA.
This poster describes a project that undertook both experimental and numerical incremental dynamic analysis of cantilever and soil-structure interaction models.
This poster describes a project to enable lower-cost, formwork-free, 3D manufacture of individual concrete elements reinforced with a novel, ultra-high performance, non-corroding fibretendon.