School of Civil Engineering

New Civil RHD students who are commencing in Research Quarter 2, 2016

Please welcome our new RHD students for Research Quarter 2, 2016:

 

Student

Program

Principal Advisor

Research Group

Saad BINHOWIMAL

PhD

Dr Vinh Dao

Structures

Jaro HOKKANEN

PhD

Dr Dorival Pedroso

Structures

Ting-Uei (Jeff) LEE

MPhil

Dr Joe Gattas

Structures

Li MIN

PhD

Dr Dilum Fernando

Structures

Diane MATHER

MPhil

Dr Jurij Karlovšek

Geotechnical

Partha MISHRA

PhD

Dr Alexander Scheuermann

Geotechnical

Thi Minh Thuy NGUYEN

PhD

Prof. Ling Li

Environmental

Quan SHI

PhD

Dr Joe Gattas

Structures

Diana SORIGUER

MPhil

Prof. José Torero

Fire

Civil RHD students who have graduated in Research Quarter 1, 2016

Congratulations to the following students who have successfully completed their RHD program in Research Quarter 1, 2016:

 

Student

Program

Principal Advisor

Thesis Title

Deborah GALE

PhD

Dr Alistair Grinham

Diatoms as indicators of ecological change in freshwater reservoirs of South East Queensland

Moritz SCHWING

PhD

Dr Alexander Scheuermann

Mechanical, hydraulic, and dielectric characterisation of fine-grained soils during densification.

Hamid Reza SAFI

PhD

Dr Mahmoud Mesbah

A Comprehensive Methodology for Performing Travel Surveys using Smartphones

Civil RHD students who have submitted their thesis in Research Quarter 1, 2016

Congratulations to the following students who have successfully submitted their thesis for examination in Research Quarter 1, 2016:

 

Student

Program

Principal Advisor

Thesis Title

Xuan Quang LE

MPhil

Dr Vinh Dao

A study of temperature gradient effects on mechanical properties of concrete at elevated temperature

Mohammad MOHAMMAD KHANI

PhD

Prof. Marc Ruest

Study on lagoon flushing at atoll Manahiki in Cook IslandsApplication of Rock Engineering Systems to Block Caving

Theo Garcia Rolim de MOURA

PhD

Prof. Tom Baldock

Infragravity wave forcing in the surf and swash zone.

Tomoko SHIMAMOTO

PhD

Prof. Tom Baldock

Beach recovery and studies in accretive sediment transport