Jack Morgan Young Geotechnical Practitioners Award 2017
The Jack Morgan Award is presented biennially to an outstanding Victorian geotechnical practitioner under the age of 35.
This year, six applicants have been shortlisted to give short presentations on their chosen topic and an expert panel will judge each candidate on their contribution to geotechnics and understanding of geotechnical issues. The winner will be announced on the night.
Geotechnical and Hydrogeological Ph.D candidate, RMIT University
Service Life Prediction of a Metro Tunnel based on Water Infiltration
Ph.D Student, Department of Infrastructure Engineering, University of Melbourne
Geothermal Solutions for the Melbourne Metro Project using Energy Geo-structures
Geotechnical Engineer, ARUP Pty Ltd, Melbourne
Confined and Partially Confined Swelling Pressure of Basaltic Clays
Geotechnical Engineer, Golder Associates Pty Ltd
Load Transfer Platform Behaviour in an Instrumented Geosynthetic Reinforced Column Supported Embankment in Melbourne, Australia
Senior Design Engineer, Keller Pty Ltd, Notting Hill
Installation Effects of Various Piling Techniques in Soft Marine Clays
East Coast Technical Manager, CMW Geosciences Pty Ltd
Geotechnical Design Innovations for the Waikato Expressway
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