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Read more at: Sally O'Brien in annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race Success
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Sally O'Brien in annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race Success

30 April 2019

FIBE PhD student Sally O'Brien has every reason to feel elated. She was one of eighteen rowers and coxes from the Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club (CUWBC) who raced Oxford University Women’s Boat Club in the annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. Sally raced in the 7-seater Blondie crew (the Cambridge reserve crew)...


Read more at: Success for FIBE2 CDT funding from EPSRC
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Success for FIBE2 CDT funding from EPSRC

6 February 2019

We are delighted to annonce that we have been successful in our bid for a Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Infrastructure and the Built Environment: Resilience in a Changing World (FIBE2). The official launch took place on Monday 4 February at the London Stock Exchange and the announcement is on the EPSRC website...


Read more at: Ioanna Papanikolaou wins 2 papers at the FIB International PhD Symposium in Civil Engineering
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Ioanna Papanikolaou wins 2 papers at the FIB International PhD Symposium in Civil Engineering

5 November 2018

Ioanna Papanikolaou won 2 international awards at the 12 th FIB International PhD-Symposium in Civil Engineering in Prague. The FIB is the International Federation for Structural Concrete and the bi-annual PhD symposium sees over 150 paper submissions. Ioanna presented her 1 st year PhD work on graphene-reinforced cement...


Read more at: FIBE student Francesca O'Hanlon of Blue Tap, wins £10,000 Cambridge University Entrepreneurs award
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FIBE student Francesca O'Hanlon of Blue Tap, wins £10,000 Cambridge University Entrepreneurs award

13 June 2018

Blue Tap, a Cambridge-based social enterprise directed by FIBE 1 st -year PhD student, Francesca O’Hanlon, has been awarded the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs £10,000 award in the social enterprise category. Blue Tap was founded in 2016 by Francesca O’Hanlon. The social enterprise uses 3D printing to design low-cost...


Read more at: Future Industry Partner Workshop
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Future Industry Partner Workshop

24 May 2018

FIBE-CDT Industry Partner event a huge success!


Read more at: Alexandra Clara Saracho nominated for British Geotechnical Association 49th Cooling Prize
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Alexandra Clara Saracho nominated for British Geotechnical Association 49th Cooling Prize

9 April 2018

Second year FIBE PhD student, Alexandra Clarà Saracho was shortlisted as one of 3 finalist of the 49th Cooling Prize Competition held in Manchester. Her research was one of the 12 submissions for the prize. The Cooling Prize is held annually by the British Geotechnical Association (BGA) to celebrate the life of Leonard...


Read more at: FIBE-CDT Constructionarium at the Cambridge Science Festival 2018
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FIBE-CDT Constructionarium at the Cambridge Science Festival 2018

12 March 2018

Judging from the excitement and huge smiles on many of our young visitors' faces, FIBE-CDT's very first own Science Festival events on 17th March 2018 was a huge success! This popular family-fun event is run by the University of Cambridge on multiple university sites all over Cambridge and has attracted over 45,000 people...


Read more at: Second-year PhD student Eftychia Dichorou goes to TU Delft for her academic secondment
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Second-year PhD student Eftychia Dichorou goes to TU Delft for her academic secondment

20 February 2018

Between October 2017 to December 2017, PhD student Eftychia Dichorou was on an academic secondment to TUDelft, in the Netherlands. She joined the TU Delft Seismic Research group whose research is complementary to hers in Cambridge University. Whilst in Delft, Eftychia was based in the department of Civil Engineering and...


Read more at: Christiana Smyrilli at MIT
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Christiana Smyrilli at MIT

2 February 2018

Christiana Smyrilli, final year PhD student from Cohort 1, spent 2 and a half months for her secondment at D-lab at MIT, Boston. D-Lab stands for Development through Discovery, Design and Dissemination and is a group that focuses on projects targeted at the development sector. D-Lab challenges talented students to use...


Read more at: Hannah Baker at TU Delft
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Hannah Baker at TU Delft

16 January 2018

Hannah Baker’s conference presentation and academic secondment in Delft, The Netherlands