AGS NSW Research Awards
AGS NSW Research Award for research in Geotechnical Engineering or Engineering Geology
As part of their ongoing support of academic institutions and students, the Sydney and Newcastle Chapters of the Australian Geomechanics Society are offering the prestigious AGS NSW Research Award for research in Geotechnical Engineering or Engineering Geology.
The award aims to provide a forum for research students from NSW universities to showcase their research to the wider Geotechnical Community. Abstracts for the below presentations can be viewed over page.
This year three (3) research award finalists have been chosen to provide their presentations to the wider geotechnical community and they are:
- Patrick Harutoonian, University of Western Sydney
Presentation title: Geotechnical Characterisation of Compacted Ground by Passive Ambient Vibration Techniques
- Xue Zhang, University of Newcastle
Presentation title: Particle Finite Element Limit Analysis for Geotechnical Problems
- Kourosh Kianfar, University of Wollongong
Presentation title: Advantages of Vacuum Pressure for Soft Soil Consolidation
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