PhD & EngD Students
Josh Turner (2019 – 2022) Smart Monitoring: Using System Data to Reduce GHG Emissions from Heat Pumps in Operation.
Robert Smith (2017 – 2021, PhD). Improved earthworks drainage for safer reliable railways.
Oleksandra (Sasha) Pedchenko (2015 – 2019, PhD). Investigating heat transport by groundwater in fractured aquifers for ground energy applications.
Miguel Angel Vivas Mefle (2015 – 2019, EngD). Vulnerability of railway earthworks to future extreme weather events.
Kui Liu (2014 – 2019, EngD). Computed tomography (CT) scanning to quantify the movement of moisture in soils under thermal gradients
Jasmine Low (2011 – 2015, PhD). Thermal properties of soils for energy foundation applications.
PhD Students Examined
Georgia Radioti (2016). Shallow geothermal energy: effect of in-situ conditions on borehole heat exchanger design and performance, University of Liege.
Yi Zheng (2015). Application Potential of Shallow Geothermal Energy at City Scale, University of Cambridge.
Asal Bidarmaghz (2014). 3D Numerical Modelling of Vertical Ground Heat Exchangers, University of Melbourne.
Sean Fells (2017) Sea water air conditioning in the Lesser Antilles
Alex Foden (2016) The effect of soil grain size on thermal conductivity measurement
Xuechun Ji (2016) Thermal response testing for different sized energy piles
Anthony Salinger (2015) Performance of a ground source heat pump systems
Cynthia Tan (2014) Heating and cooling performance of the Crystal, a sustainable mixed use building in East London.
Jeff Brabec (2012) Laboratory determination of concrete thermal properties in relation to heat recovery in foundation piles with the use of a semi-analytical model.
Miriam Piemontese (Erasmus 2017) Design charts for energy diaphragm walls
Mumo Mutulil (Individual Project 2016/17) Carbon savings from use of energy foundations.
Matilde Calligaro (Erasmus 2016) Energy efficiency of diaphragm walls used as heat exchangers.
Vainu Goel (Individual Project 2015/16) The potential for 3D printing in soil mechanics applications.
Frederick Hailstone (Individual Project 2015/16) Carbon savings from use of energy foundations.
Tim Pellew (Individual Project 2015/16) The average temperature of energy piles for thermo-mechanical applications.
Stuart Field (Individual Project 2014/15). Investigation into rainfall driven slope instability.
Anduen Rrapo (Individual Project 2014/15). Moisture-saturation-thermal conductivity relationships in soils.
Ben Kelley (Individual Project 2013/14). The feasibility and potential of geothermal tunnel linings.
Group Design Project (2012/13). Hydrogeological analysis of the Limmo Peninsula using Crossrail shaft case study.
Lorenzo Giacon (Erasmus 2011/12). Flexible facings for soil nail retaining systems.